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Silver Lake Art Crawl: Also a Food Truck Crawl?

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A Coolhaus ice cream sandwich | Photo by carlos ※ rossi via LAist Fearuted Photos on Flickr

A Coolhaus ice cream sandwich | Photo by carlos ※ rossi via LAist Fearuted Photos on Flickr
The Silver Lake Art Crawl begins tonight with a series of events through Sunday. The majority of art gallery openings are happening Saturday night, but on Sunday, when the "Official Silver Lake Art Crawl Party at Barnsdall Art Park" occurs, a handful of food trucks will arrive to cater.

Those include Let’s Be Frank, the Dosa Truck, Del's Lemonade, and Coolhaus Ice Cream. The Buttermilk Truck, scheduled for a grand street opening on Wednesday in Venice, reportedly will make a visit for a sneak peek. So get ready to get your yum on.

Eater LA also notes a pretty cool art crawl event on Saturday: "Materials & Applications gallery will host a neighborhood fish taco party on Saturday at their closing reception. A group of volunteers spent the last two months developing a tilapia fish farm maintained through local resources (collecting rainwater, for example, instead of exclusively relying on the city's water supply). And, you guessed it, the harvested fish will be fried up for the party."

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- Map: The Silver Lake Art Crawl
- Coolhaus: The Kogi of Ice Cream Sandwiches

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