Tomorrow night, the second Justice League of Street Food party will take place in the same vacant lot at 29th Avenue and Huron Street that hosted the first. This time, though, more vendors and more space will alleviate the long lines, and extended hours -- this party starts at 5 p.m. -- will create a bigger window in which revelers can eat and drink (and will let families get in and out before the crowds arrive).
In case you missed the update, the second shindig will feature the Deluxe Little Orange Rocket, the Inventing Room, Sully's Slice Truck, Cupcake Truck, Biker Jim's, Steuben's, the Biscuit Bus, Pinche Tacos, Steamin' Demon and the Gastro Cart, as well as alcoholic beverages from Great Divide Brewing Co and the Infinite Monkey Theorem. Entertainment will come by way of DJ Bobby C, who mixes film and audio clips into his set.
And once again, we're giving away a chance to eat free.
And once again, we're offering a Cafe Society prize: free food from three trucks and three free beers for the lucky winner (who'll need to be older than 20 in order to enjoy those beers).
Want to win?
In five words or less, pitch your best idea for a food truck.
Put your answer in the comments section below. Make sure you include a valid e-mail address (we won't share it) so that if you win, we can give you all the details on how to claim your prize at the party. Deadline for entering this contest is noon tomorrow -- just five hours before the party starts.
For more party details, check out the Justice League's Facebook page.
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