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Food
Trucks

 

 

The food trucks begin serving at 11 a.m., which is an hour earlier than last year, and will flip burgers and press waffles until 10:00 p.m.

No matter what your palette prefers, the Festival food truck lineup has something for everyone, from the picky eater to the adventurous foodie. Back Door BBQ, which is also a trendy storefront on NW 23rd street, offers pulled pork, brisket and other smoked meats. C'est Si Bon offer a taste of New Orleans with Cajun delights like fried catfish and red beans and rice, while Taste of Soul Chicken and Waffles chicken and waffles platter is truly a spiritual experience.

Vegetarian options include Holey Rollers and their signature vegan donuts, pastries and coffee, The Loaded Bowl, serves vegan comfort food and Let's Do Greek serves falafel wraps, bowls and salads.

 
 
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Backdoor BBQ

BBQ Sandwiches / Fries / Cole Slaw / Drinks


C'est Si Bon

Catfish / Po'boys / Southern Cooking.


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El Reno Onion Burgers

Onion Hamburgers / Chips / Drinks


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Holey Rollers

Donuts / Coffee / Sodas


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Jerky.com

Assorted Gourmet Jerky


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The Loaded Bowl

Vegan Comfort Food / Lasagna / Mac and Cheese / Enchiladas


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Let's Do Greek

Greek and Mediterranean Food


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Sizzle N Spice

Tandoori Chicken Tika Wraps / Lamb, Beef Gyro / Minced Beef Grilled Kebab / Chicken Tika Masala Curry Bowl


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Taste of Soul Chicken and Waffles

Wafflewhich


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Yum Yum Bites

Chicken, Beef Skewers / Viet BBQ Short Ribs / Viet Sausage on Sugar Cane / Boba Tea / Thai Milk Tea