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Fremont Street Eats May 18

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FOOD TRUCKS:

El Gran Taco Loco - authentic Mexican* - tacos, tortas, burritos
Street Steam bunz - Asian fusion* - steamed buns, rice bowls
Mini Street Burger - Sliders/burgers - classic, bacon cheese, southwestern; cheeseburger fries
Yummi BBQ - Asian BBQ* - sweet & spicy beef short ribs, lemongrass beef slider, veggie lumpia, veggie pancit
Mario's French Dips - roast beef sandwiches with au jus, loaded fries
Haley McNicoll's Celtic-American Eatery - Celtic American fusion - Irish tacos, Scotch eggs, fish & chips, cluck Norris chicken
Halal Bites of Chicago - Mediterranean cuisine* - chicken/lamb/veggie gyros/rice plates
Out of the Cave - gourmet paleo cuisine* - 
Marley's Treats - desserts: cupcakes, macarons
KettleTopia, Inc. - fresh popped kettlecorn

* = indicates vegetarian options on menu

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LIVE ENTERTAINMENT:

 DJ Aaron Dalugdug - ImageSource Entertainment

DJ Aaron Dalugdug - ImageSource Entertainment

MEMBER MARKET:

American Swim Academy - American Swim Academy began in 1973 as Fremont Swim School. It was founded and is still owned and operated by the Alberti family. From the beginning, their mission has been to provide high-quality swim instruction with unsurpassed customer service. Today, that principle remains the backbone of their company, which has expanded to four Bay Area locations.  It's important to them to provide consistent, superior swim instruction at each of their schools. They have designed and built safe and comfortable indoor pools at each location to provide the optimum learning environment year-round.  More importantly, each of their instructors is hand-picked for their love of children, and then formally trained to provide consistent, quality swim instruction for every swimmer of every ability. Student safety is their highest priority, and all of their instructors are CPR Certified. In fact, they were doing so much in-house safety training, that it lead them to start the American Safety Academy in order to offer CPR, first aid, and other safety training classes to the public.