Food Trucks to Cater Mayor Jim Kenney’s Inauguration Party

The victorious Jim Kenney on Election Day| Photo by Jeff Fusco

The victorious Jim Kenney on Election Day| Photo by Jeff Fusco

Instead of an inaugural ball, Jim Kenney will celebrate taking the mayor’s office with a block party at the Pennsylvania Convention Center. And instead of a big catering company, Kenney is feeding the 1,500 attendees via nine Philadelphia food trucks. The Kenney team worked with the Philadelphia Mobile Food Association to select the participants who will be paid for the gig.

The invitation to the food trucks by Kenney, who has previously  bodes well for mobile food industry in Philadelphia, which has been working hard to change laws and regulations towards the budding small businesses industry.

Check out the menu of what will be offered during the block party.

Sweet Box
mini cupcakes-red velvet, vanilla vanilla, chocolate peanut butter

UndrGrnd Donuts
donuts-French toast, wake up (chocolate/vanilla swirl,espresso dust), vanilla with jimmies

The Cow and The Curd
Wisconsin battered fried cheese curds with sriracha mayo, chipotle ranch, smoky ketchup dipping sauce

The Tot Cart
plain tots, new bay tots, drunk cheese tots, sweet chili ketchup tots

Baby Blues BBQ
pulled pork sliders, brisket sliders

SeoulFull Philly
Korean cheesesteaks, spicy chicken sandwich

Foolish Waffles
boneless buttermilk fried chicken glazed with chili honey, topped with cabbage slaw and bourbon pickled jalapenos served on a light crisp Brussels waffle

Innovative Catering
meatball sandwich, sausage sandwich with peppers

Taco Mondo
smoked mushroom cabbage with avocado chimichurri, gold angus beef with pico de gallo, cheese, chili lime crema and lettuce, pork al pastor-roasted pork shoulder with pineapple salsa