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June 28, 2013

Exciting News: Food Trucks To Serve Hungry Navy Yard Patrons Daily Beginning On Monday, July 1

Rejoice, Navy Yard dwellers, food trucks will soon be providing you with breakfast and lunch break eats beginning on July 1. (Photo courtesy The Navy Yard)

Lunch break and breakfast woes, be gone! The Navy Yard is the latest site to jump on the daily food-truck bandwagon.

The Navy Yard, which is home to more than 10,000 employees, is now inviting some of Philly’s most loved food trucks down to its extensive South Philadelphia campus, which is quickly growing into a South Philly destination.

That’s right, beginning on Monday, July 1, the city’s food trucks will serve fine eats to the masses.

On Mondays and Wednesdays, food trucks will line up in Crescent Park, on Tuesdays and Fridays look for street fare at 15th street and Kitty Hawk Avenue and on Thursdays, visit Marine Parade Grounds for your food truck fix.

Previously, The Navy Yard welcomed food trucks exclusively on Thursday afternoons, but will soon provide solutions for hungry folks every day of the week.

Be sure to pack your own breakfast on Thursdays, morning eats will only be available on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays.

The lofty lineup consists of Rival Bros Coffee, Vernalicious, Pitruco Pizza, Foo Truck, Sum Pig and much, much more. Be sure to check The Navy Yard’s Facebook page for the schedule.

This exciting lunchtime addition isn’t only for the folks who work at The Navy Yard, it’s open to the public. The Navy Yard is easily accessible by shuttle and subway, and welcomes folks to come down.

Food Trucks at the Navy Yard
When: Daily, beginning Monday, July 1
Where: Mondays and Wednesdays, Crescent Park; Tuesdays and Fridays, 15th Street and Kitty Hawk Avenue; Thursdays, Marine Parade Grounds
Cost: Pay as you go
More info: www.navyyard.org

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kilroy says:

make sure to tell the folks to leave the cameras at home…photography is forbidden at the yard