Scottsdale, AZ: Street Eats Food Truck Festival at Salt River Fields on January 25 and 26 – Here’s the Lineup of Trucks

By now you food truck fans should be gearing up for what's become the biggest food truck festival to hit the Valley each year. The Street Eats Food Truck Festival, presented by New Times, will bring more than 50 trucks from around Arizona and the country to Salt River Fields on Saturday, January 25 and Sunday, January 26. Attendees will also be able to catch live music, eating contests, and cooking demonstrations. So you want to know what trucks will be strutting their stuff? Read on. See also: Street Eats Food Truck Festival, Day One: Shorter Lines, Better Organized Than Last Year, and We Share Our Favorite (and Not So Favorite) Tastes The festival will run from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. both days. This year trucks have come from states including Nevada and California to serve up everything from milk products and lobster grilled cheese to fry bread and fried chicken. Throughout the day you'll be able to see others people stuff their faces with food during Twinkie eating, hot dog eating, pie eating, sandwich eating, and (perhaps the cruelest of them all) saltine eating contests. They'll be held hourly from 12:45 to 4:45 on the EATERAZ Contest Stage. You can view the schedule of contests here. This year, parking for the event will be free -- or rather, $3 of your admission ticket will be designated for parking expenses. A nice change. General admission tickets cost $12 a person and children under 12 are free. VIP tickets cost $50 each and include access to a VIP lounge, six drink vouchers, and four food tokens. To purchase tickets visit the Street Eats website. You can check out the list of participating trucks on the next page.

By Lauren Saria  |  Phoenix New Times

By now you food truck fans should be gearing up for what's become the biggest food truck festival to hit the Valley each year. The Street Eats Food Truck Festival, presented by New Times, will bring more than 50 trucks from around Arizona and the country to Salt River Fields on Saturday, January 25 and Sunday, January 26. Attendees will also be able to catch live music, eating contests, and cooking demonstrations. So you want to know what trucks will be strutting their stuff? Read on. See also: Street Eats Food Truck Festival, Day One: Shorter Lines, Better Organized Than Last Year, and We Share Our Favorite (and Not So Favorite) Tastes The festival will run from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. both days. This year trucks have come from states including Nevada and California to serve up everything from milk products and lobster grilled cheese to fry bread and fried chicken. Throughout the day you'll be able to see others people stuff their faces with food during Twinkie eating, hot dog eating, pie eating, sandwich eating, and (perhaps the cruelest of them all) saltine eating contests. They'll be held hourly from 12:45 to 4:45 on the EATERAZ Contest Stage. You can view the schedule of contests here. This year, parking for the event will be free -- or rather, $3 of your admission ticket will be designated for parking expenses. A nice change. General admission tickets cost $12 a person and children under 12 are free. VIP tickets cost $50 each and include access to a VIP lounge, six drink vouchers, and four food tokens. To purchase tickets visit the Street Eats website. You can check out the list of participating trucks on the next page.
Diana Lustig
The long ribs plate from Montana Bar-B-Q Co. at last year’s event.

 By now you food truck fans should be gearing up for what’s become the biggest food truck festival to hit the Valley each year. The Street Eats Food Truck Festival, presented byNew Times, will bring more than 50 trucks from around Arizona and the country to Salt River Fields on Saturday, January 25 and Sunday, January 26. Attendees will also be able to catch live music, eating contests, and cooking demonstrations.

So you want to know what trucks will be strutting their stuff? Read on.

The festival will run from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. both days. This year trucks have come from states including Nevada and California to serve up everything from milk products and lobster grilled cheese to fry bread and fried chicken.

Throughout the day you’ll be able to see others people stuff their faces with food during Twinkie eating, hot dog eating, pie eating, sandwich eating, and (perhaps the cruelest of them all) saltine eating contests. They’ll be held hourly from 12:45 to 4:45 on the EATERAZ Contest Stage. You can view the schedule of contests here.

This year, parking for the event will be free — or rather, $3 of your admission ticket will be designated for parking expenses. A nice change.

General admission tickets cost $12 a person and children under 12 are free. VIP tickets cost $50 each and include access to a VIP lounge, six drink vouchers, and four food tokens. To purchase tickets visit the Street Eats website.

You can check out the list of participating trucks on the next page.

Street Eats 2014 Trucks:

BIG BOY SANDWICHES
Rib-eye Sandwiches

BURGERS AMORE
Burgers

CARNE CAFE
Tacos & Burritos

CHEDDATRUCK
Burgers

CHUCKIES
Breaded Pork Tenderloin

COLD BEERS & CHEESEBURGERS
Cheeseburgers

COMFORT CRAVINGS
Comfort Food

DESERT SNO
Shaved Ice

DEVILICIOUS
Lobster Grilled Cheese (featured on “The Great Food Truck Race”)

DGP FRY BREAD
Fry Bread

FRANK.
Gourmet Hot Dogs

FROSTED FRENZY
Cupcakes

FRY BREAD INC.
Fry Bread

GLENWOOD FOODS
Grilled Corn on the Cob

GRILLED ADDICTION
Various Grilled Specialties

GOURMET COMMAND CENTER
Philly Cheesesteaks

JAMBURRITOS
Cajun

KOOL TWISTS
Soft Serve Ice Cream

KETTLE CORN KRAZY
Kettle Corn

LULU’S ITALIAN ICE
Italian Ice

MISTER SOFTEE
Soft Serve Ice Cream

MAMMA TOLEDO’S
Pies

MOJOE COFFEE & KARMA DELIGHTS
Coffee

MONTANA BAR-B-Q
Barbecue

MUSTANG CORRAL
Traditional Native American Food

NATIVE GRILL & WINGS
Chicken Wings (Native New Yorker food truck)

PALETAS BETTY
Handmade Mexican Pops

PARADISE MELTS
Grilled Cheese

PHIL THE GRILL
Sandwiches

PICNIC SPECIALTIES
Full-Service Catering

QUESO DIYAS
Quesadillas

ROCK A BELLY
Seasonal, local

ROOSTER’S KOUNTRY KITCHEN
Fried Chicken

SANDRA DEE’S CATERING

SATAY HUT
Indonesian Satay

SPICE IT UP!
Globally Inspired Cuisine

STACY’S SMOKEHO– USE
BBQ

SWEET MAGNOLIA SMOKEHO– USE
Smoked Meats

THE GREAT PHO KING
Chicken & Beef Pho

THE GRILLED CHEESE TRUCK
Grilled Cheese

THE MAINE LOBSTER LADY
Lobster Grilled Cheese

TOM’S PIG RIG
Barbecue

TRAVELING MONK
Bacon Tacos

TWO FAT GUYS
Grilled Cheese

UNITED DAIRYMEN OF AZ
Milk Products

WHITE EYES FRY BREAD
Fry Bread

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