The top women-owned food trucks will be serving up the treats at Wilmington Brew Works on Sunday, from 12 to 6 p.m., at the All Women Owned Food Truck Festival.
And here’s why you might want to get there early: The festival’s event page on Facebook says some 6,300 people are interested in making it to the inaugural event.
Here’s the lineup of pun-tastic food trucks:
- Gotta Lotta Gelata
- I Don’t Give a Fork
- Serena’s Soul Food
- Natalie’s Fine Foods
- The Sweetest Rose Cupcake Co.
Cider affogato on a cold day with make you warm and cozy. Cider from #linvillaorchards poured over cinnamon toast…
Of course, there will be plenty of WBW brews on tap inside, including most of these:
Wednesday Beer is here! Expanded hours start this week with Wednesday evening hours from 5-9 and staying open until 10…
Wilmington Brew Works is a full-production brewery housed in a renovated century-old former laboratory on Miller Road. You can keep on top of WBW’s events, including Yoga Works, Retail Therapy (aka shopping from local vendors with beer) and the occasional movie screening on their Facebook page.-30-
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