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Food options abound Thursday, May 17, at the Spring Monroe Food Truck Fare.

Presented by the city of Monroe and Monroe Police Department, the event takes places from 5 to 9 p.m. at Monroe Community Park, 500 South Main St. and feature 16 food trucks.

MORE: New restaurant opens at former Red Onion location in Monroe

The list includes Bone Brothers Wings, The Cheesecakery, Rovey’s Turkey Burgers, Chicken Mac Truck, Hunger Paynes, Brent’s Smokin’ Butts & Grill, BrewCity Sausage, Caveman Crepes, The Dapper Doughnut, The Wandering Coffee Co., Funnel Vision Sweet Tooth Concessions, Roll On In, Adena’s Beefstroll and Krimmer’s Italianette Food truck.

Will Fluke will provide live entertainment.




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