Go to the closest one to you or try them all — nothing compares to a summer night spent with friends or family at a gathering of food trucks, each with unique delicious dishes, drinks and desserts.
Here are some events to look forward to the whole summer long.
Where: 377 Pine St., Burlington (behind Barge Canal Market and Myer's Bagels).
When: 4:30 to 9 p.m. every Friday through Sept. 2.
What: Over 20 food trucks rotate through the Truck Stop schedule with food ranging from Japanese soul food to pizza to broccoli in every form imaginable. A live DJ plays the beats while you enjoy the beginning of your weekend. Bike valet parking is available, car parking is tight.
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Dogs? Allowed, must be leashed.
Thursday Night Take-Out/SoBu Nite Out
Where: Veterans Memorial Park, 1000 Dorset St,, South Burlington.
When: 5 to 8 p.m. every Thursday.
What: Through June. South Burlingtonians can enjoy a limited number of food trucks on a weekly basis in a teaser event to the weekly SoBu Nite Out which will start July 7 and go through Aug.. SoBu Nite Out will offer more food trucks and live music.
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Where: The Intervale, 180 Intervale Road, Burlington.
When: 5:30 to 8 p.m. every Thursday starting July 7.
What: Live music, three rotating food truck options and five consistent trucks every week, tastings from Slow Food Vermont, activities from City Market, raffle prizes, guest organizations and valet bike parking. Trucks that will be there every week include American Flatbread, Skinny Pancake, Lake Champlain Chocolates, Halyard Brewing, and Shelburne Vineyard.
Dogs? No pets allowed.
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Free First Friday Eve
Where: Shelburne Museum Grounds, 6000 Shelburne Road, Shelburne.
When: 5 to 7 p.m. on June 10, July 1, Aug. 5, Sept. 2.
What: Food trucks with cuisine ranging from ice cream to pizza to tacos, yard games, live music, a chance to explore the museum's current exhibit on eye glasses and artist meet-and-greets.
This article originally appeared on Burlington Free Press: Where to find Burlington food trucks this summer