BITS AND BITES

The Hamilton Spectator - - FOOD -

Art and es­presso Holy food trucks Food with soul

Gore Park has a new hang­out. The Red­church Cafe + Gallery, at 68 King St. E., fea­tures es­presso, teas, drinks, healthy snacks and light meals. In their ded­i­cated gallery space, the first ex­hi­bi­tion, “Brick + Glass,” by Hamil­ton ar­chi­tec­tural artist Thomas Allen (@re­build­hamil­ton), fea­tures pho­tos of some of the city’s build­ings. @red­church­cafe and www.red­church­cafe.com Bethesda United Church is help­ing you fill your tummy and feed your soul. Ev­ery Tues­day night from May 30 through Septem­ber, the An­caster church is host­ing some of the re­gion’s best food trucks, from 4:30 to 8 p.m. Ten per cent of all pro­ceeds will go di­rectly to sup­port Bethesda United. At 584 Garner Rd. W. (just be­fore Walmart on the hill). The new­est eatery at the Hamil­ton Farm­ers’ Mar­ket is serv­ing up healthy, en­vi­ron­men­tally con­scious take­out (yes, it ex­ists!). The Herb & La­dle Soul Food stall, on the lower level, of­fers lighter fare in­clud­ing soups that change daily, ma­son jar sal­ads, and break­fast items. For more in­for­ma­tion, call (905) 630-9635 or find them on so­cial me­dia at @Her­banLa­dle.

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