Jaimey Hamilton performs at Beach Food Fridays in Colwood in 2016. This year’s Beach Food Fridays and Saturdays kicks off May 18 and 19. (Gazette file photo)

Beach Food Fridays and Saturdays kicks off in Colwood

Event includes variety of food vendors, musicians throughout the summer

What better way to kick off the weekend than with a walk along the Colwood waterfront and a delicious meal from your favourite food truck.

The City of Colwood is offering that and more as part of Beach Food Fridays and Saturdays, which kicked off at Esquimalt Lagoon last weekend.

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As part of the event, a number of food trucks and musicians will be scheduled throughout the summer, including L’Authentique Poutine & Burger, Molly’s Fish & Chips, Deadbeetz, Grilled to the Mac, Indecent Risotto, Greek on the Street, and Road Treasure Treats.

The food trucks will be set up in designated areas near the welcome sign on Ocean Boulevard between noon and 7 p.m. until September. This long weekend, residents can grab a bite from food trucks Grilled to the Mac and Greek on the Street on Friday, May 18 and Greek on the Street on Saturday, May 19.

For more information visit colwood.ca.


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