BITS AND BITES
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.