|Brisket Sandwich w/chips, pickle and drink|
But what has made First Fridays even better over the last year or so are the numerous food trucks that are now allowed to set up shop (you can find them all at approximately 21st and Wyandotte) and serve anything from tacos to snow-balls.
On one recent trip to First Fridays I decided to try the offerings of the KC BBQ truck. First of all, it was hard to miss. It was a huge red truck with flames on the side. But what really drew me to them were the free pulled pork and brisket samples they were handing out - yummy!
|The KC BBQ Truck At First Fridays|
As I ravenously checked out their menu, not only were my taste buds pleased with their delicious "teaser" meat samples, my nose was happy as well. Coming from their truck was the irristible smell of fresh smoked meat.
On the menu that evening was either a pulled pork or brisket sandwich with chips and a pickle for $7 or a rib basket with either potato salad or coleslaw for $8.
They also offered several kinds of soda, bottled water and frozen lemonade. The side items by themselves (potato salad and coleslaw) were $2.
|Lots of BBQ Sauces To Choose From|
After I wolfed down my food, I told the gentlemen working on the KC BBQ truck how much I enjoyed my meal and that I was going to write about them in my blog. They were nice enough to answer questions about their business and give me a tour of their truck.
|Inside The KC BBQ Food Truck|
I also learned that KC BBQ has been catering for aproximately eight years. They work most First Fridays, state fairs, and cater for many special events in the area.
|Imagine How Good This Smells!|
So, with First Fridays coming up again at the end of this week, if you find yourselves in the Crossroads and hungry, consider giving KC BBQ a try. I don't think you'll be sorry, and you might even find yourself heading back for more!
|KC BBQ at the Crossroads|