The California Heritage Museum launched its “Food Truck Bazaar” on Tuesday, which is set to become a weekly community event on Main Street.
Ten food trucks, each hosting a different type of cuisine, were featured as well as merchants presenting various items such as antique and contemporary jewelry, children’s clothes and toys, yoga and gym clothing, knitted scarves, sculptures from Bali, photographs representing Santa Monica, real estate information on Santa Monica and Venice properties, snow boards, and surf boards.
The event will be held every Tuesday from 5:30 pm through 9:30 pm at 2612 Main Street, on the corner of Main Street and Ocean Park Boulevard, in Santa Monica.
The Victorian Restaurant is open so that guests that purchase from the food trucks can eat their dinner in the outdoor patio, the indoor first floor bar, or the downstairs Basement bar.
There is no charge for using the Victorian’s facilities.
Parking is available within the museum’s lot. Additionally, visitors to the museum event can find parking in adjacent “quarter metered” parking lots.
For additional information, visit www.californiaheritagemuseum.org or contact the California Heritage Museum directly at 310.392.8537 or email Tobi Smith at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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