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Daily Dining News: Trucktoberfest by SactoMoFo coming to West Sac

The next installment of the mobile food festival, Trucktoberfest, will be Saturday, Sept. 29 in West Sacramento, reports Brandon Darnell in Sac Press.

Dubbed “Trucktoberfest,” it will feature 15 local trucks and five from the Bay Area, though event organizers said the final list of trucks isn’t yet determined.

“We’ll have a wide variety of beer offerings, and it’s going to be right on the river,” said Paul Somerhausen of SactoMoFo.

Having the event at Riverwalk Park, near the Ziggurat Building at 707 Third St., is something that wouldn’t have been possible when the city incorporated, West Sacramento Mayor Christopher Cabaldon said.

Read the entire article in Sac Press or the Sacramento Bee.

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