Back by popular demand, Downtown Spokane is shutting down Wall Street on Fridays in June, July, August and September to bring you Food Truck Fridays.
Starting the First Friday in June, Wall Street will close from 11:30am to 1:30pm weekly to host 4-6 members of the Greater Spokane Food Truck Association. This year with a wider variety of trucks, downtown workers, residents and visitors are invited to a break from the day for great food, entertainment and company.
Appearances by: Brain Feeze Creamery * Compass Breakfast Wagon * Couple of Chefs * Crate * D. Lish’s * King of Tacos * Mac Daddy’s * Mangia * Meat BBQ * Mixed Plate * One Night Stand BBQ * Skewers * Tacos Camargo * Toby’s BBQ
As Downtown Spokane’s revitalization continues, the Downtown Spokane Partnership and Business Improvement District strive to promote the heart of our city to the region and keep building the synergy and momentum surrounding it. “Ever since the redevelopment of Wall Street in 2016, we’ve been working to find activities that bring a sense of community to the festival Street,” said Elisabeth Hooker, Marketing and Programming Manager for downtown. “Last year’s event was an experiment that took off and we’re excited to bring it back again in partnership with the Greater Spokane Food Truck Association, as well as explore other opportunities for Wall.”
For a weekly schedule of trucks visit http://greaterspokanefoodtrucks.com/events/.
About Downtown Spokane
The DSP is a private, non-profit membership organization that serves as Spokane’s central city advocate and service provider, dedicated to enhancing the quality and vitality of Downtown Spokane as the basis for a healthy region. The DSP accomplishes its mission through advocating for public policies, business and project development, quality planning, physical improvement projects, public safety, beautification, and marketing programs that ensure downtown’s continued success. To learn more, visit www.downtownspokane.org.
About the Greater Spokane Food Truck Association
In 2014, a number of independent Spokane food trucks created the Greater Spokane Food Truck Association (GSFTA). The GSFTA focuses on upholding health department standards, advocating-for and promoting the growth of food trucks in the greater Spokane region, allowing operators to focus on offering quality food. Membership now spans from Spokane to Coeur d’Alene. For more information visit www.greaterspokanefoodtrucks.com.