By JAMES GAGE | Reporter
Since 2012, Street Food Cinema has been bringing delicious meals and celluloid reels to Angelenos from Arcadia to Manhattan Beach, Glendale to Pacific Palisades.
This Saturday evening, July 27, at 6 p.m., Palisadians can enjoy the consonant 2004 comedic classic “Mean Girls” projected onto a giant inflatable screen al-fresco at Will Rogers State Historical Park.
In “Mean Girls,” Cady Heron (Lindsay Lohan) falls for the ex-boyfriend of Regina George (Rachel McAdams), the most popular girl at school, thereby inciting the wrath of “The Plastics,” Regina’s A-list clique of shallow, wily minxes.
The event will be emceed by Justine Marino with music from DJ Ivy. Come with a hungry stomach, as a cavalcade of food trucks will cater the event, including Astro’s Doughnuts and Fried Chicken, Boba Ni Taco, Cheddar Wheel, Pacific Owl, Spitz, LA Donut and more. Most trucks will offer vegetarian and vegan options.
Attendees will also have the chance to win prizes, with the spin of a wheel sponsored by SoCal Chevy.
The event is dog friendly but chairs taller than six inches off the ground are not allowed. Residential street parking is not allowed.
To buy tickets and see a complete schedule of screenings this season, visit streetfoodcinema.com/mean-girls.
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