Enjoy food and rural environment

July 5, 2012 by  

Living life in the fast lane and being in the rat race 24/7 can take a toll on people. Many people may agree that, every now and then, it is good to take a break from urban life and enjoy the rustic beauty of the countryside, experiencing what it has to offer.

In Huntersville, located just 14 miles north of Charlotte, residents of the area and neighboring communities will be able to enjoy a culinary experience and at the same time appreciate the bucolic appeal of historic Rural Hill.

The Rural Hill Food Truck Rally will take place on July 27, 2012, from 5:00 pm till 9:00 pm, at 4431 Neck Road, Huntersville, North Carolina. There will be plenty of food trucks to meet the fancies of all participants including Wingzza, TCBY, Smoke and Go, Charlies, Tasty Yo, Roaming Fork, Outdoor Feasts, The Homegrown Crepe, Harvest Moon Grille, Maki Taco, I Scream 4 Ice Cream, and the Sahlin Grillin Wagon. Since visitors will not be allowed to bring their own food or beverages, the vendors could invest in poster printing to advertise their prices.

Though the food trucks will be the main attraction, there will be plenty more activity in which participants can engage. There will be live music, a kids’ zone for children’s activities, hayrides, corn hole games, and much more to do and see.

Admittance to the event is free but participants are encouraged to bring money for the delicious food, wine, and beer. Some vendors will accept credit and debit cards.