Niagara Gazette


February 3, 2014

Food trucks put on ice in the Village of Lewiston


With his plan turned down, Attardo, who grew up in Lewiston and is a graduate of the prestigious Culinary Institute of America in Pennsylvania, will instead focus on other communities along with feeding the masses at some of Lewiston's festivals. He said he's setting up shop in Orchard Park for the first time later this week and is serving in the Williamsville area as well, while appearances at last year's Peach and Harvest festivals will only be the start of his presence during Lewiston's warm-weather events.

Wednesday's edition of the Niagara Gazette will have more on this story.

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