Reno to mark ‘hump day’ with foodie-friendly fun

May 24, 2018 by  

Wednesday, which is commonly known as ‘hump day’, may soon become a day to look forward to thanks to a special Reno event.

Local food trucks will be setting up shop under the Keystone Bridge, and they will all be offering a variety of unique dishes to the public. Local beer will also be on tap, and the whole occasion has been planned so that it will have a fun atmosphere where the public can get some midweek relaxation.

The location for this foodie-friendly occasion will be the McKinley Arts and Culture Center, which is in the Riverwalk District. It is within easy reach of the city’s downtown, and while they relax with their food, those who come out can enjoy views of the Truckee River.

The food trucks that will be participating in ‘Feed the Camel’ will be open for business starting at 5:00 pm, and they will be serving up an assortment of dishes until 8:30 pm. A printer can use graphic design to produce vehicle warps, printed menus, flyers, and other promotional products mobile food service operators can use during an event like this.

The first of these ‘hump day’ celebrations will be held on June 6, and they will take place each Wednesday evening right up until August 29. Anyone who would like to know more has been asked to visit the organizer’s Facebook listing.

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