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Edgewood keeps on eating

Original post made on Jul 6, 2012

On their first trip to Edgewood Eats, Palo Alto residents Lenore and Carl Jones circled the wagons, all 11 of them. This is a good strategy, because the food-truck menus range from duck confit spring rolls (Little Green Cyclo) to barbecued ribs (Armadillo Willy's, BBQ Kalbi) and change every time.

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Posted by Larry, a resident of Midtown
on Jul 6, 2012 at 9:01 pm

Edgewood Eats needs to relocate due to the impending demolition of Edgewood Plaza! The posted the following on their Facebook page:

"We're appealing to our FB & Twitter followers to help us find a new home for Edgewood Eats. If you know of a nearby location that could accommodate 6-12 trucks which would be making a charitable donation in lieu of a location fee, please email edgewoodeats.paloalto.ca@gmail.com"


Posted by Trucks, a resident of Charleston Meadows
on Jul 6, 2012 at 9:46 pm

6-12 trucks could easily fit at Rinconada Park. It's central to Palo Alto. Lots of seating. Plenty of parking and spots for bikes.


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