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Thursday, November 1, 2018

The World's Largest Food Truck Rally rolls through Belle Isle this Sunday

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Posted By on Thu, Nov 1, 2018 at 6:00 AM

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Start your engines — and bring your appetite, as the World’s Largest Food Truck Rally is making a mammoth pit stop at Belle Isle.

The free single-day event boasts the Guinness World Record for the largest gathering of gourmet food trucks on Earth. Featuring everything from light bites to entrees and desserts hailing from south of the border, across the pond, and right around the corner, Belle Isle will be converted into a foodie’s wet dream with over 65 trucks (and more being added every day). Among the trucks are Cupzilla Korean BBQ, Tots & Tots of Burgers, Nolo’s Soul, the Drunken Rooster, Crepes by the Lakes, Heaven on a Roll, the Wicked Lobstah, and so many more.



The Worlds Largest Food Truck Rally will take place on Sunday, Nov. 4 starting at noon at Belle Isle Park, Detroit; 313-821-9844; theworldslargestfoodtruckrally.eventbrite.com; Event is free.


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