Food Truck Friday Kicks Off At Peco Liquors

FOOD TRUCK SEASON KICKS OFF AT PECOS LIQUORS
Food Truck Friday’s is from March to August and is held on the last Friday of each month.

BELLEFONTE (DE): “Food Truck Friday’s” kicked off Friday night at Pecos Liquors in Bellefonte. Three featured food trucks with various foods and drinks was on hand from 5:00 pm. to 8:00 pm. The three trucks were WiLDWiCH, I Don’t Give a Fork, and Mojo Loco, and New Belgium Brewing Tap took over at the growler bar.

Sandwiches, soups, salads, tacos, and more, all available at Food Truck Friday’s. Here’s a look at some of the trucks on display Friday night:

ABOUT THE TRUCKS

WiLDWiCH Cafe is Delaware’s Newest Destination for Gourmet Sandwiches, Soups, Salads & More! 🍞🌯🥗 Look for us in the WiLDWiCH Food Truck and visit us at the WiLDWiCH Cafe at 800 Delaware Avenue, Wilmington, Delaware.

I Don’t Give a Fork is a food truck dedicated to serving delicious and easy-to-eat food! Food trucks have emerged as a serious contender in the food industry and are no longer seen as being a fad. I Don’t Give a Fork’s objective is to provide the market with food for the long term and our goal is to serve food with not only high quality ingredients, but with personality as well…. but without utensils.

Mojo Loco Food Truck and Catering offers eclectic, innovative and farm fresh dishes around Delaware and Beyond! From delicious street tacos, like our Carne Asada Tacos, to our innovative and one of a kind catered plates, Mojo Loco is perfect for a relaxing lunch or a 5 Course Meal.

New Belgium Brewing Company, a 100% employee-owned brewery and maker of Fat Tire Belgian Style Ale, La Folie, Voodoo Ranger IPA, 1554 and other Belgian-inspired beers, began operations in a tiny Fort Collins basement in 1991. 

According to it’s website, “For 75 years Peco’s Liquors has stood in its original home at the corner of Philadelphia Pike and Marion Avenue in north Wilmington. And it has stood by its commitment to its customers just as long. Peco’s is proud to be a family business and we invite you to be part of our family. Our customer service is second to none, so whether you are an old member or new to our family come in and let us serve you the very best.”

Francine’s son Ed Mulvihill has followed in the tradition of his family. Recently graduating from St. Joesph’s University in 2011, Ed has contributed to meeting the needs of the store’s customer by organizing wine tastings, selecting new products, and handling the store’s marketing. In 2013 Ed lead the charge for filling growlers in Delaware. Ed coordinated with state officials and fellow retailers, in drafting and ultimately passing legislation that allowed liquor retailers in Delaware to fill Growlers. Peco’s was the first store to open their growler bar.

STORY HIGHLIGHTS

    • Food Truck Friday Kicks Off.
    • Last Friday of every month from March to August..
    • Three featured trucks.

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