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  • Food Truck Night Returns to Warwick City Hall

    [CREDIT: Mary Carlos] Crowds returned for a second Food Truck night Thursday at City Hall.

    [CREDIT: Mary Carlos] Crowds returned for a second Food Truck night Thursday at City Hall.

    [CREDIT: Mary Carlos] The Jesse Liam Band plays, "500 Miles" for the crowd during Food Truck Night.

    [CREDIT: Mary Carlos] The Jesse Liam Band plays, “500 Miles” for the crowd during Food Truck Night.

    WARWICK, RI — Warwick hosted a second Food Truck Night at Warwick City Hall Thursday, drawing a big crowd of hungry citizens who lined up for quality fare, conversation and music provided by the Jesse Liam band.

    “Where else do you have 1,000 people, all having a good time?” asked Mayor Scott Avedisian in the side lot between Warwick City Hall and the Warwick Museum of Art, which was filled with food trucks and people either lining up for food or enjoying it.

    Karen Jedson, Director of Warwick’s Tourism Department, who said last month the first event was the start of an effort to bring more food trucks into the city, a test of the popularity of the concept, was convinced.

    “They’re (food trucks) doing really well,” Jedson said.

    They’re doing so well, in fact that there’s another one scheduled for Oct. 13.

    NOW, CHECK OUT THIS:
    GAMM Welcomes Community to Food Truck Night

    [CREDIT: Mary Carlos]

    [CREDIT: Mary Carlos] Mayor Scott Avedisian speaks with friends during Food Truck Night Sept. 8 at Warwick City Hall.

    [CREDIT: Mary Carlos]

    [CREDIT: Mary Carlos] Jesse Liam of the Jesse Liam Band waves from the vantage point of the top of the steps at Warwick City Hall.

    [CREDIT: Mary Carlos]

    [CREDIT: Mary Carlos]

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