Next Saturday November 30th is the Rock & Shop Market in downtown Durham. This event is awesome – tons of great holiday shopping, live music, and 6 food trucks! The event is at the Armory and costs $5. Hope to see you there!
Coming up on Saturday December 17th is the Rock & Shop Market, an awesome event that will feature about 100 designers selling handmade goods, a bevy of food trucks, a fashion show, and two bands! The festivities will occur at three adjacent venues in Durham: Motorco Music Hall, FullSteam Brewery, and the Trotter Building. Admission to the shopping and music experience is $5. There’s no admission fee for access to the food trucks, and the following trucks are tentatively slated to appear to feed the masses:
- Chirba Chirba Dumplings
- Klausie’s Pizza
- KoKyu BBQ
- Monuts Donuts
- Old North State BBQ
- Only Burger
- Pie Pushers Pizza
- Slippin Sliders
- Will & Pop’s
The event goes from 12 noon – 6 pm. For more information, please visit http://www.rockandshopmarket.com
I look forward to seeing you there!
The Cookery is a new venture in downtown Durham that’s meant to foster and support the area’s food entrepreneurs. Described as a “culinary food incubator”, it will be much more than just a kitchen for rent. In addition to four commercial ovens, a 30 quart mixer, coolers, fridges, freezers, terminals for cleaning and stocking food trucks, and rental lockers, the goal is to offer design and marketing services as well to help get local food businesses off the ground. The venture’s founders are Nick Hawthorne-Johnson, who bought the building at 1101 W. Chapel Hill St. when the Durham co-op closed, and his wife Rochelle Johnson, of Row Design Studios.
To celebrate its inception, the Cookery will be hosting an open house this Thursday April 7th from 7-9 pm. Those who come out will have the chance to check out the facilities and eat some scrumptious goods from the likes of Pie Pushers, Slippin Sliders, Farmhand Foods Sausage Wagon, and other local food trucks. Sounds like another great event and a really cool place!
credit/source: Bull City Rising for almost all of this info