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A meal with a side of sound

Since December 2010, First Friday diners have been able to partake in a diverse array of epicurean delights served on wheels, including morsels from The Greasy Wiener, Mango Tango, Rajin Cajun on Wheels, India Jones Chow Truck, Cousins Maine Lobster, Waffles De Liege, and even the vehicle that started L.A.’s food truck craze: Roy Choi’s Kogi truck. A customer might hit up The Melt for a Parisian Melt — a brie, apple and honey baguette sandwich — with a cup of their wild mushroom soup, and then grab a double-decker ice cream sandwich at Paradise Cookies and Ice Cream for dessert.

This year music became the whipped cream on the sundae, so to speak, when McNay performed with his banjo and the seven-piece country outfit Rhubarb Meringue Pie.

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