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You have two more chances to load up on some of the best food truck brunches

As food truck season nears an end, we encourage you to brunch out one last time.

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This summer on every first Sunday of every month, Yellow Cab Tavern (700 E. 4th St., Dayton) has hosted Brunch! A Food Truck Rally. 

On Sunday, Sept. 2, from 10 a.m.-2 p.m., food trucks including Son Of a Biscuit, Greek Street Food Truck, El Meson, EAT and Smokin Barrels, LLC will be showing off their spin on breakfast. Ghostlight Coffee will also be there to supply brunchers with freshly brewed coffee.

While the brunch truck rallies were originally scheduled to end in September, one has been added to October as well.

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Whatever your brunch preferences, you will be hard pressed not to find something to like. In addition to eggs done every way you can think of, all the salty breakfast meats, waffles, biscuits and gravy and lunch creations for those who think brunch is overrated (you're crazy by the way), Yellow Cab will have all of the beverages you are looking for including coffee, Bloody Marys, mimosas and craft beer. 

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OUR FAVORITE DISHES THIS SEASON ...

Here are some of the dishes we tried and loved at the brunch rallies this season. 

Lobster poutine fries from Harvest Mobile Cuisine (Alex Perry)

LOBSTER POUTINE FRIES 

I tried the lobster poutine fries from Harvest Mobile Cuisine — and all I can say is I should have gotten another order. 

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The dish features crisp harvest fries topped with local cheese curds, fresh Maine lobster and lobster bisque. This was one of the top recommended orders at the event.

A brunch food truck rally will be held monthly on September 3 at the Yellow Cab, 700 E. 4th St., Dayton. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO (Contributing Writer)

WICKED FRENCH TOAST

Another dish I tasted was The Wicked ‘Wich’s French toast. The fluffy bread (fresh from Evan’s Bakery) featured just the right amount of crunch and included a side of syrup for a sweet finish.

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“We got to do all our fun sandwich ideas for brunch, including a French toast sandwich with bacon, Nutella and banana,” said Katie Marks, owner of The Wicked ‘Wich food truck. 

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Greek Street Food Truck's Baklava (Alex Perry)

BAKLAVA

The last bite I tried was literally that — Greek Street Food Truck’s baklava, which delivered a flaky, crunchy, sweet end to my brunch adventure. 

MORE DISHES TO TRY: 

Cuban sandwich pictured from El Meson. On Sunday, July 1 from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. food trucks including The Drunken Waffle, EAT, Son of a Biscuit, El Meson and Ghostlight Coffee served their best breakfast and lunch dishes for Brunch! A Food Truck Rally. PHOTO / TOM GILLIAM PHOTOGRAPHY (Tom Gilliam)
Breakfast eggrolls and garlic Parmesan fries from EAT food truck. On Sunday, July 1 from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. food trucks including The Drunken Waffle, EAT, Son of a Biscuit, El Meson and Ghostlight Coffee served their best breakfast and lunch dishes for Brunch! A Food Truck Rally. PHOTO / TOM GILLIAM PHOTOGRAPHY (Tom Gilliam)
Breakfast sandwich from Son of A Biscuit food truck. On Sunday, July 1 from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. food trucks including The Drunken Waffle, EAT, Son of a Biscuit, El Meson and Ghostlight Coffee served their best breakfast and lunch dishes for Brunch! A Food Truck Rally. PHOTO / TOM GILLIAM PHOTOGRAPHY (Tom Gilliam)

Want to go?

WHAT: Brunch! Food Truck Rallies

WHEN: The first Sunday of each month from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. through October. Rallies to take place on Sept. 2 and Oct. 7.

WHERE: Yellow Cab, 700 E 4th St., Dayton

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