BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) - Food Truck Tuesdays at Larkin Square are proving to be so popular, organizers have decided to extend the event through the fall.
On Tuesday, Larkinville had food trucks from Buffalo and Rochester serving up tasty options.
Leslie Zemsky, Director of Fun, said, "Buffalo [is] beautiful [in the fall], and we thought as long as people keep coming, and the trucks keep coming, we'll keep going. So we're playing it by ear, week to week, but we know we'll be here at least two more weeks."
Around 20 trucks and carts were coming to Larkinville each Tuesday, and that was before Rochester vendors were invited to join in.
Food Truck Tuesdays will continue at least through October 1, but may be extended further than that.
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