Food Truck Rally parks at Ybor Saturday Market

Burger Culture
Coconut Bo’s
Fork in the Road
Keep’n it Reel
Michelle Faedo
Nuba Truck
Stinky Buns
Taco Bus
Tasty Stacy
Wicked ‘Wiches

The food trucks will be parked along the north side of Ninth Avenue, between 18th and 19th streets, and the market will take place in its usual spot at Centennial Park, on Ninth Avenue and 19th Street.

Ybor City Saturday Market offers produce, gourmet foods and sauces, fresh baked breads, fresh eggs, prepared foods, honey, herbs and plants, orchids, pet treats, unique gifts, photography, artwork, jewelry, woodworking, bath and body products, candles and more.

11 a.m. to 3 p.m., Sat., Feb. 4. The market will be open for its usual hours of 9 a.m.-3 p.m. For more information, visit or

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Food Truck Rally parks at Ybor Saturday Market

This Saturday, head to Ybor and satisfy your food truck craving and pick up fresh, local produce simultaneously. Tasting Tampa and Ybor City Saturday Market have organized a Food Truck Rally event to happen in conjunction with the popular Saturday market. If you are looking for an excuse to visit Ybor, the ability to enjoy multiple food trucks AND a plethora of market items within mere feet of each other is an excellent excuse.

You Food truck fanatics undoubtedly have a favorite truck, so it is likely that your favorite will be parked at this event. Here is the lineup to look forward to:

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