Addison Farms Vineyard hosts Bud Break Party with El Lemon food truck

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Addison Farms Vineyard Bud Break Party with the Vince Junior Band and El Lemon Food Truck
Saturday, May 21st
Open noon-5 with live music 1-4 pm
Wine tastings $8 and food truck onsite
4005 New Leicester Highway

Addison Farms Vineyard is hosting its annual Bud Break party. You can sample new releases as well your old favorites. Kick back with your selected vintage and enjoy the refreshingly soulful blues of the Vince Junior Band.

Local food truck El Lemon will please guests with their fresh, authentic Mexican flavors. Co- owner, Neal Ann Reeves grew up on a neighboring farm in Sandy Mush, and many of their fresh vegetables come from the Reeves Homeplace Farm; she and her husband co-create the food he grew up enjoying. Neal Ann shares, “The love of family and food has encouraged us to create Hildalgo style Mexican food that is very traditional, eating at El Lemon it is like being transported to a small village in central Mexico. Our salsas are our own unique recipes and are super hot to very mild, there is a taste that everyone will love.”

“The Vince Junior Band makes music that we’d like to hear when we go out to wind down or dance,” says guitarist and singer Vince Junior of the Vince Junior Band. “I love that Muscle Shoals sound of bass, drums, Fender Rhodes and a Fender guitar. Simple, soulful, and funky. We just try to make that sound our own.”

Bring your picnic blanket, select your bottle of wine, grab your fresh El Lemon lunch and kick back and enjoy a fun and beautiful day at Addison Farms Vineyard, all the while enjoying the groovin sounds of the Vince Junior Band.

http://www.addisonfarms.net/budbreak

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Gina Smith is the Mountain Xpress Food section editor and writer. She can be reached at gsmith@mountainx.com.

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