One of Denver’s tasty summer traditions is revved up again for its 18th year. Civic Center EATS is the largest gathering of food trucks in the Denver metro area. The tasty lunchtime caravan runs every Wednesday and Thursday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. — from May 17 to August 31. The “mobile eatery” serves up delicious food, fresh air, gorgeous views and live music.
What a great way to spend a sunny afternoon! Whether you’re a downtown employee, resident or tourist, everyone can enjoy a great lunch and the beauty of Civic Center Park.
Metro Denver’s largest gathering of gourmet food trucks, Civic Center EATS showcases a wide variety of deliciously diverse vendors. With many dining options, attendees can enjoy an authentically local lunch, while experiencing Civic Center’s architectural, horticultural and historic beauty.
Diners also have the option to take in the ambience of the 100-year-old Greek Theater, while eating under umbrellas in the historic performance space.
EATS for ALL
Again this year, the organizers are offering EATS for ALL, in partnership with Barefoot PR, the Conservancy’s pay-as-you-are-able initiative to remove the cost barrier at Civic Center EATS for many.
Here’s how you can participate in EATS for ALL:
1 – Scan the QR code at the Civic Center Conservancy table at EATS and pay what you are able via a mobile device. There is also a cash option.
2 – You’ll then receive a Civic Center EATS for All token.
3 – Use the token at your food truck of choice.
4 – Not able to pay? You can still get a token to enjoy food in the park.
If you want to contribute to the Eats for ALL fund, simply scan the QR code at the Civic Center Conservancy table and donate any amount.