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Any truck recs for a school movie night in Pasadena?

steph_bower Jul 26, 2010 10:07 PM

We're looking to book a fun truck for a PTA event in Pasadena on Sept. 24th. It's not a fundraiser, but we have a lot of families with lower incomes so we're looking for a price point about $20-30 per family. It's also not private, so potentially we could have other members of the community participate. Do trucks do this kind of thing? Or do most of them require advance payment? Thanks for the help!

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    apple7blue RE: steph_bower Jul 26, 2010 10:38 PM

    In n Out does, but they seem to be temperamental about which events they go out to.

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      wienermobile RE: apple7blue Jul 28, 2010 08:51 AM

      In n Out does it at our school events but it must be booked months in advance but you could still check with them

    2. Kevitivity RE: steph_bower Jul 27, 2010 04:50 PM

      The Grilled Cheese Truck hits Pasadena once or twice a month. You might email them about making a stop at your event. They are always looking for friendly locations to stop and setup shop.


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        ExtraCheesePlease RE: steph_bower Jul 27, 2010 10:04 PM

        I was at Jones Coffee on Raymond a couple of weeks ago for a friend's debut at Open Mic night. They had two trucks there, The Sweets Truck (yum) and the AhnJoo Truck which is Chef Debbie Lee from the Next Food Network Star. Chef Lee's food is Southern meets Korean. Had some really good salmon skewers and a buckwheat noodle salad. The food was fresh and good and fairly priced. Their website is www.ahnjoo.com. Chef Debbie said they were making stops in Pasadena so check it. out.

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