Palm Coast, FL (April 20, 2021) – Offering up a cultural trip around the world with food as the main attraction, Food Truck Tuesday retuned to Palm Coast under fair skies and wide open spaces.

A beautiful evening drew families to Town Center for Food Truck Tuesday in Palm Coast, on April 20, 2021.

From Irie Cuisine’s jerk chicken and African Love Kitchen’s lamb curry to Monsta Lobsta’s famous lobster rolls and local go-to Cool Beans Barbeque, there was a dish to appease every palate.

Patrick Delsordo puts Cool Beans Barbeque on his list of favorites during Food Truck Tuesday in Palm Coast, on April 20, 2021.





The once-a-month food truck gathering takes place in Town Center and shines a spotlight on a local charity or nonprofit organization.

Enjoying a picnic from Irie Cuisine of jerk chicken, Denise and Ron Zacharias attend the April Food Truck Tuesday in Palm Coast on April 20, 2021.



Representing the Family Life Center, Flagler County’s only domestic violence and rape crisis shelter, Candice Wilkie talked with those out for dinner around Central Park about the facility’s 24-hour free and confidential services.

“Tonight we’re here to promote our services because it’s sexual assault awareness month and we’re hoping we’ll be able to reach the community and let them know that we’re here,” said Wilkie. “These events help us let people know that they’re not alone, that there is help out there.”

It was also a chance for Wilkie and the Family Life Center team to promote this weekend’s annual event to benefit the shelter.

Representing the evening’s spotlight charity, members of the Family Life Center team share information on the center and about the upcoming Walk a Mile In Her Shoes event on Saturday, during Food Truck Tuesday on April 20, 2021. From left, Shikeeta Giles, Erica Rivera and Gary Perkins.

“We have ‘Walk a Mile In Her Shoes’ on Saturday, 10 am at Heroes Park, which is right behind the Flagler County Library. We hope that people will come out and help show awareness for sexual assault awareness month,” she said.

“Typically it’s a pretty big event where men wear red, four inch stilettos but due to COVID that’s changed things a little bit, so it’s going to be wear your sneakers, come out and walk to raise awareness in the community.”  For more information, visit