Peel Art Gallery Museum + Archives (PAMA) launched an exciting event last month which features local artists playing great music, pop-up art talks, local eats and drinks from breweries in the area, and this month Rick’s Good Eats will be part of it.
The event, called PAMA Thursdays, is happening on October 25 and will feature food from the Rick’s Good Eats food truck.
The restaurant, which has maintained a near-perfect score on Yelp since it opened, has been frequented by celebs like Lily Singh, Kardinal Offishall, Humble the Poet and even Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
They serve up delicious Punjabi-Canadian fusion eats — fries chaat, jerk chicken samosas and dosa burgers, to name a few — and they recently started taking their delicious food on the road with a food truck.
The event happens from 6 to 10 p.m. and will also have craft beer from local brewery GoodLot Farmstead Brewing Co, as well as live music from Death Party Playground and Al Quinn.
Since it’s close to Halloween the theme is Masks and Mischief, so you’re welcome to wear a mask or a full costume.
The event is 19+. Tickets are available here.