Posted Monday, October 20, 2014 10:56 AM | Contributed by Jeff
Food options abound for Six Flags New England visitors, but Saturday the park had a few dozen more culinary treats to choose from. The park hosted its first Food Truck & Beer Festival Saturday, which featured 17 New England food trucks and a few beers brewed in Massachusetts.
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I've been completely impressed with these kinds of food truck gatherings, almost anywhere they happen. The people who do these tend to really care about their product and make some really delicious stuff. It used to be a very regional thing, now these guys are everywhere.
Charlotte has Foodtruck Fridays and its a big deal.
More parks need to do this. It is always a culinary treat.
Fort Worth and Dallas both have food truck parks where the trucks can set up around an open air seating area with a bar. The Clear Fork Food Park in Fort Worth is one of my favorite patio dining experiences in town.
It's all well and good until someone starts a fight or throws up in the bushes.
Or in your bathroom ;-).
Or on Vortex...
[URL][IMG]I was there on saturday but the weather did not help the turn out with showers all day. I did notice local police in the pick up lot and tram stop just incase there was any problems.
The Clear Fork Food Park in Fort Worth is one of my favorite patio dining experiences in town.
I run by there every day and it looks nice, smells good, and has a lot of customers, but I've never tried it.
There's another one over on 7th Street that is tucked into an industrial area that doesn't have much ambiance. The Clear Fork park is just so great sitting on the river with the access to the jog/ride trails. I work about a half a mile from there and it's a great place for lunch at this time of year.
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