Every Wednesday beginning in May, Water Street in Clinton Square will be closing during lunchtime for the Syracuse Food Truck Association to hold a weekly “Clinton Square Food Truck Rally”.
“Food trucks are a driver of economic development,” said Councilor Michael Greene. “They allow entrepreneurs to open a business with less capital than is required for a restaurant and can be an incubator for aspiring restaurateurs to test their business plan before graduating to a brick and mortar location. Food trucks are also an amenity that improves the quality of life for citizens. Many people increasingly want to try creative dishes and food trucks tend to have adventurous menus that meet that need. This new event will attract more people to experience the vibrancy of Downtown Syracuse.”
The Clinton Square Food Truck Rally will run from 11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. every Wednesday beginning in May with six food trucks per week. The food trucks will be rotating and different every week.