Third annual Food Truck Fest moves to Summit Park in Blue Ash


Mark your calendars for the Cincinnati Food Truck Association’s third annual Food Fest 11 a.m.-9 p.m. July 29. This year’s festival is in a new location and will feature more food trucks than ever before.
 
Food Fest had been held in Washington Park for the past two years, but this year it’s moving to Summit Park in Blue Ash to accommodate more trucks and larger crowds. Thirty-four trucks will be present this year, and craft beer will be available from local breweries such as Ei8ht Ball Brewing, MadTree Brewing, Old Firehouse Brewery and Urban Artifact Brewery.
 
The event is set up so you can swing by on your lunch break, stop by for dinner or make a day of it. Live music will be playing throughout the day from Magic Noodle House, JDesiree, Joe Wannabee and the Mad Man’s Blues Band and DJ Nate the Great.
 
Food Fest is free and open to the public, and the majority of the dishes served on the trucks range between $5 and $10.
 
Trucks that will be present at this year’s event are:

Adena’s Beefstroll
Bistro de Mohr
Bones Brothers Wings
C’est Cheese
Catch-a-Fire Pizza
Cuban Pete Sandwiches
Dojo Gelato
East Coast Eatz
Eclectic Comfort Food
Empanadas Aqui
Fireside Pizza
Harvest Mobile Cuisine
Hungry Bros.
Joe’s Mojo
Just Jerks
Marty’s Waffles
Coldstone Mobile Creamery
Nonstop Flavor LLC
P&P Woodfired Pizza
Quite Frankly
Red Sesame
Remi J’s Barbecue
Roll With It Café
Slice Slice Baby
Street Chef Brigade
Legasea East Coast Café
Streetpops
SugarSnap!
Texas Joe
The Chili Hut
U-Lucky Dawg
Urban Grill
Urban Vistro
Waffo
Wicked Hickory
 
All food trucks present at Food Fest are participating members of the Cincinnati Food Truck Association (CFTA). If you’re unable to make it on July 29, follow your favorite truck on Facebook so you can catch it at the next event.  
 

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Caitlin Koenig is a Cincinnati transplant and 2012 grad of the School of Journalism at the University of Missouri. She's the department editor for Soapbox Media and currently lives in Northside with her husband, Andrew, and their three furry children. Follow Caitlin on Twitter at @caite_13.  
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