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Downtown Revitalization to Bring Back Food Truck Fete

The Downtown Revitalization Inc. Food Truck event, St. Thomas Eats, will return to Main Street, Charlotte Amalie, from 4:30- 9 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 15. It will be bigger and better with improvements such as waterfront parking, portable bathrooms, and tents, tables and chairs for more convivial dining.
Residents, visitors and everyone who’s looking for some great local eats are invited Downtown for an evening of island cuisine and entertainment. Try tastes from favorite food vans and make sure to get a ballot to vote for the People’s Choice Award for the best vendors.
There will be music from favorite island entertainers; many stores will be open late and offering St. Thomas Eats shopping specials; Gallery St. Thomas will be premiering an exhibition by painters Ronni Harris and Teri Jones.
Attend and help create a more vibrant Downtown, and discover the best mobile food on St. Thomas.
For more information, contact David Bornn, event coordinator, at 774-2501 or visit the Web site: www.downtownrevitalizationinc.com
 

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The Downtown Revitalization Inc. Food Truck event, St. Thomas Eats, will return to Main Street, Charlotte Amalie, from 4:30- 9 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 15. It will be bigger and better with improvements such as waterfront parking, portable bathrooms, and tents, tables and chairs for more convivial dining.
Residents, visitors and everyone who’s looking for some great local eats are invited Downtown for an evening of island cuisine and entertainment. Try tastes from favorite food vans and make sure to get a ballot to vote for the People’s Choice Award for the best vendors.
There will be music from favorite island entertainers; many stores will be open late and offering St. Thomas Eats shopping specials; Gallery St. Thomas will be premiering an exhibition by painters Ronni Harris and Teri Jones.
Attend and help create a more vibrant Downtown, and discover the best mobile food on St. Thomas.
For more information, contact David Bornn, event coordinator, at 774-2501 or visit the Web site: www.downtownrevitalizationinc.com