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VPR Cafe: Burlington's South End Truck Stop


Sunday, July 21, 2013 10:40am  It's a tiny parking lot surrounded by art studios the rest of the week, but on Friday night, the space behind 400 Pine Street is home of The South End Truck Stop.  A dozen or more food trucks offer everything from macaroni and cheese to curried goat to cupcakes.  Hundreds of people gather to eat, listen to the music, meet up with friends and make new ones.  Sally Pollak of the Burlington Free Press talks with Ric Cengeri about how the South End Truck Stop came to be.

Sally writes for the Savorvore Section of The Free Press, where you can read more about this weekly event.  The VPR Cafe is produced in collaboration with The Burlington Free Press and is made possible on VPR by  The Kitchen Store at J.K. Adams, on Dorset Street in South Burlington and at TheKitchenStoreOnline.com

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