Mobile food purveyors are slated to converge in NoMa this weekend for an annual gathering billed as “the DMV’s original food truck party.”
The DMV Food Truck Association‘s Curbside Cookoff is scheduled for Storey Park (1005 1st St. NE) on Saturday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., according to a Facebook event post.
Captain Cookie & the Milkman, Say Cheese and Tapas Truck are among the dozen food trucks expected to participate.
Admission is free, with food and drinks available for purchase. But the DMV Food Truck Association also is selling tickets for $39 person and $55 for two people. Each ticket includes four “hearty tastings” and one alcoholic or nonalcoholic drink, according to the food truck group.
In addition to the food, the Curbside Cookoff is slated to have music from Evan and Ross and DSM4, games, art, fashion trucks, mobile retailers, chef battles and a kids area.
The DMV Food Truck Association also will accept donations for No Kid Hungry, a nonprofit organization that works to get food to American children in need.
Photo via DMV Food Truck Association