Truck Stop sets up permanent residency on the north side of the Bridge, just in time for spring.
As we bid farewell to winter’s chilly grip and welcome the start of spring, where else would you rather be than the sunny Northern Beaches? You’ve got more than one reason to head to Mona Vale this weekend, as a brand new permanent food truck opens its doors. Coinciding with Father’s Day on Sunday 2nd September, Truck Stop marks the latest edition to the recently opened Park House.
You can expect those distinguishably relaxed Beaches vibes, complete with vibrant wall murals, festoon lighting, overgrown planter boxes and picnic tables set up to provide the ultimate chill out zone. Both kids and kids-of-heart will be kept well entertained with an array of activities available, including the likes of hand ball courts, snooker, croquet, ping pong tables and more.
As for the all important food and drinks, expect a rolling programme of food trucks alongside a vintage 1950s Airstream bar. Accompanying this is also a pizza kitchen and vintage school bus transformed into a taco truck. To keep you jiving late into the day, a stream of live music acts will also play weekly atop an old flatbed pickup truck.
Along with a weekly rotation of Sydney’s top food trucks and musicians, you can also expect fun pop-ups including ‘Craftoberfest’. Running from 28th September – 7th October, head along to this Northern Beaches take on the iconic Oktoberfest and taste your way through a range of local craft breweries. There will also be a Pound Paws Doggy Day on 3rd November in support of local rescue pups.
Truck Stop is the vision of Park House co-owner Fraser Short, who said: “We wanted a fun, sophisticated space for parents to be able to really relax and unwind while the kids get entertained, fed and occupied!”
Walk ins are welcome, so why not check out this fun-fuelled outdoor food and drink precinct this weekend.
For more information, check out the website here