11 Apr Food Trucks Arrive at the Wine Village
The Food Truck Plaza at the Wine Village has its first tenants. Swampy’s BBQ, Frost Me Sweet Mobile Desserts, The Ciao Wagon, and Rollin’ Fresh Ice Cream will be operating a variety of days and hours along the Columbia Gardens Urban Wine & Artisan Village on Columbia Drive in downtown Kennewick. The food truck plaza will eventually be home to up to six food vendors.
Please contact the food trucks directly for menus and hours.
Food Truck Plaza Vendor Application
Food truck vendors interested in operating at the Food Truck Plaza at the Village may submit applications through 2019. Send applications to Amber Hanchette at email@example.com. She can be reached at 509-586-1186 with questions.
More about Columbia Gardens Urban Wine & Artisan Village
In 2018, the Port and its partners completed initial public-sector investments, which included a winery waste-water treatment facility and three winery production and tasting room buildings. The Port leased those buildings to Bartholomew Winery and Monarcha Winery. In early 2019, work concluded on a pedestrian-friendly, interior road called Columbia Gardens Way between North Cedar and Date Street, a waterfront food truck plaza, utilities, sidewalks, additional parking, landscaping, a signalized pedestrian crossing, and public artwork. The finished road and utility work created shovel-ready sites for private sector development with parcels now available.
Work is now underway on Columbia Garden’s next waterfront building with tasting rooms for Cave B Estate Winery and Gordon Estate Winery. Those tasting rooms are anticipated to open in late fall 2019.
In addition to Port and City investments, Benton County awarded the project $2.1 million in Rural County Capital Funds and the Hanford Area Economic Investment Fund Advisory Committee granted $150,000 toward Columbia Drive revitalization efforts.