Bites on the Bridge Returns! | Beaufort County Now | The popular Bites on the Bridge event returns this Thursday, April 15, at the Town Common Pedestrian Bridge located on the east end of the park.

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Bites on the Bridge Returns!

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    GREENVILLE, N.C.     The popular Bites on the Bridge event returns this Thursday, April 15, at the Town Common Pedestrian Bridge located on the east end of the park.

    Attendees will be able to enjoy food trucks, a dessert truck, a beer garden sponsored by Uptown Greenville, and live music by Back Pocket Buddha from 5-9 p.m. Cost of attendance is free, but services are provided at the vendor's cost. Food trucks attending this event include Anita's Taqueria Food Truck, Lottah Queso, The Jerk Truck, and D's Shrimp & Grits. East Carolina Italian Ice is providing the dessert truck.

    Coastal Beverage Company will be providing beverages at the Uptown Greenville Beer Garden. A map of the event's layout is included below.

    For more information, contact info@uptowngreenville.com or check out the social media platforms below!

    Website | Instagram | Facebook


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