Meals On Wheels

Although Civic Center Eats has ended for the season, some food trucks are still rolling. And from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., they’ll stop at the Morey Middle School basketball court, on 13th Avenue between Emerson and Clarkson streets, for Snack Attack, a benefit for Capitol Hill United Neighborhoods.

“We are looking to connect our constituents, especially our younger people and our renters,” says CHUN director Andrea Furness. “We really want to engage our demographic and reach out to our community in the greater Capitol Hill neighborhood to help make our neighborhood a better place to live. We’re really looking forward to bringing the food trucks to Capitol Hill.”

Those trucks will include some of Denver’s favorites: Max Lunch, Crazy Good Food, Gigi’s Cupcakes, Stick It to Me, NZ’s Smokin’ Guns, Bambu Chinese, Quiero Arepas, the Crock Spot and Uber Sausage.

Admission to the Snack Attack is free — though you’ll be paying by the dish at the trucks. For more information, go to
Sun., Oct. 16, 11 a.m.-4 p.m., 2011


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