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Beauty Bar

Last week I went to the Beauty Bar to watch my fiancé and his band play a show in their patio, which is behind the bar.  When I walked in, I saw picnic tables and the food vendor (!), The Lunch Box selling hot dogs.  They don't make just regular hot dogs, if you see in this photo below, you can see what makes what makes their hot dogs special:

For dessert, I saw a lady make the Ice Cream Wafflewich.  She poured a waffle batter into a big waffle maker and let it cook.  Afterwards she took two pieces of waffles and placed scoops of vanilla on top and squished them together like a sandwich.  I really wanted to try it, but I absolutely had no appetite... So next time I'll try it!

Other food truck vendors that also come to the Beauty Bar are Sloppi JosFukuburgerMuncheeze, and Slidin' Thru.  I have yet to try foods from all these food trucks, I can't wait! 

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