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Beach Eats "To Go" Returns to Marina del Rey


Popular Gourmet Food Truck Gathering Returns for the Summer Paddling Season


Hey Marina del Rey paddlers! Come on out to help the Los Angeles Department of Beaches and Harbors kick off the return of Beach Eats TO GO, Thursday, May 13 in Lot 11 - 14101 Panay Way, Marina del Rey. Every Thursday through September 30th, from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m., they will feature some of Los Angeles’ most popular food trucks, bringing you delectable food options. Beach Eats TO GO is a grab and go event.


Visit bestfoodtrucks.com/beacheatstogo or scan the QR code on the image above to place your order, select your pick-up time, and check out the food truck lineup in the coming weeks. Food orders can be purchased up to five days before each scheduled event.


This week's inaugural food truck lineup includes:

  • StopBye Cafe (Asian Fusion)

  • Yuna's Bob (Korean)

  • Roll'n Lobster (Seafood)

  • Pasta Sisters (Italian)

  • Baby's Badass Burgers (American)

  • Scooter's Italian Ice (Dessert)

Beaches and Harbors have modified their traditional Beach Eats weekly food truck event to comply with COVID-19 precautions and L.A. County Department of Public Health directives.


All patrons are required to wear a face cover and maintain a physical distance of 6+ feet from others outside of their group. Masks must be worn at all times. Therefore, eating is prohibited in the Beach Eats TO GO area and food must be taken offsite to enjoy.


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Parking is available in Lot #11 at a rate of $0.25 for each 10 minutes. There is a $2 minimum for credit card payments.


To get the scoop on the weekly schedule of trucks, use the Best Food Trucks app or check back with PaddleXaminer each week where we'll plan to publish the weekly line up and any additional information around the weekly event.

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