‘Food Truck Thursdays’ Return to the Courthouse
Milwaukee County Executive Chris Abele welcomes back some of the best food on wheels when Food Truck Thursday returns to the Courthouse on Thursday, April 17th.
The popular weekly event gives workers at the Courthouse and people all over downtown different lunch options and a chance to enjoy the, hopefully, beautiful weather.
This is the fourth year food trucks have been invited to the Courthouse, with more trucks and food options showing up every year.
The trucks will park along the Wells Street frontage road on the south side of the Courthouse. Vendors will serve from 11am – 2pm.
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