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Friday, June 3, 2016

Food truck Bem Bom announces new brick and mortar location in Audubon Park

Posted By on Fri, Jun 3, 2016 at 3:34 PM

click image PHOTO VIA BEM BOMFACEBOOK
  • Photo via Bem BomFacebook
The popular Portuguese food truck Bem Bōm will finally settle down in a new brick and mortar location in Audubon Park. 

As first reported by Daily City, the new restaurant will be located at 3101 Corrine Drive and will go by "Bem Bom on Corrine."



If you aren't typically in the Audubon area, fret not, the food truck will remain in operation. 

The restaurant will undoubtedly be a nice addition to the Audubon Park Garden District, which recently won the 2016 Great American Main Street Award.  
click to enlarge New location on Corrine Drive - PHOTO VIA GOOGLE MAPS
  • Photo via Google Maps
  • New location on Corrine Drive

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