HO-HO-KUS, N.J. -- The Hermitage Food Truck Festival, a fundraiser, is coming to a historic site Saturday, July 23, in Ho-Ho-Kus.
An array of dining choices will be available at about a dozen food trucks from 11 a.m.-6 p.m.
They include Taxi Cab Burger, Toy's Traveling Trattoria, Empanada Lady, Hola Paella, Kona Ice, Luke's Lobster, Flying Pie Guy, The Cow and The Curd, Thai Elephant, Chicken Wings and Things, and Polkadot Cupcake.
Admission to the festival is $5. There will be a beer garden, live bands and activities for kids.
The Hermitage is a Gothic Revival house and museum. It was built in 1847-48 from designs by William H. Ranlett for Elijah Rosencrantz Jr.
Members of the Rosencrantz family owned the estate from 1807 to 1970. The site was designated a National Historic Landmark and added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1970. In 1971, it was added to the New Jersey Register of Historic Places.
The Hermitage is at 335 Franklin Turnpike, Ho-Ho-Kus.