6 Calgary food trucks to try at Picnic in the Park 2017

With Calgary’s warm weather (hopefully) here to stay, the city’s food truck scene is entering its busiest time of year. Since there are so many delicious mobile eateries to choose from, YYC Food Trucks has organized Picnic in the Park, a two-day food frenzy that takes place May 27 and 28 in Murdock Park in Bridgeland. Here are six food trucks you need to check out while you’re there. [Photo credit: YYC Food Trucks]

Righteous Gelato

110-221 19 St Se, Calgary, AB T2E 7M2

This small-batch gelato company is a Calgary institution, serving up scoops of handcrafted gelato and dairy-free, vegan sorbetto. Customer-favoured flavours include Strawberry Rhubarb, Dark Chocolate Caramel Sea Salt, and Madagascar Bourbon Vanilla Bean. Fiasco’s food truck also has its own espresso bar to help you satiate your caffeine mix.

Sal's Flatbread

311 17 Ave SW, Calgary, AB T2S 0A5

The mobile offerings of Sal's Flatbread will also keep guests of the Picnic in the Park full with both savoury and sweet flatbread options. But if you want to chow down, take note – Sal's will only be on site in Murdock Park on May 28.

The Sugar Cube

Calgary, AB T3K 1P5

If you’ve got a hankering for sweets, Sugar Cube is Calgary’s very own mobile candy store. The bright purple food truck serves up a variety of old-school and hard-to-find sweets, with a selection that far rivals what you’d find in the grocery stores or convenience store candy bins.

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