Food trucks will be part of the scene this weekend at the ninth annual Art All Night Trenton. More than half a dozen popular food trucks from Pennsylvania and New Jersey will be a part of the Art All Night food court Saturday and Sunday, June 20 and 21.
Art All Night Trenton will begin at 3 p.m. on Saturday and continue for 24 Hours straight until 3 p.m. on Sunday at the Historic Roebling Wire Works, which is located at 675 South Clinton Avenue in Trenton. Art All Night Trenton is free and open to the public.
Food trucks include Philadelphia-based Local 215, The Happy Pita, the Taco Truck, Vernalicious, Fork in the Road, Philly’s Finest Sambonis, Chewy’s, Betty’s Icebox, and Ewing’s WTF? Food Truck.
“This new expansion into Food Trucks has me really excited,” said Joseph Kuzemka, event director for Art All Night Trenton. “These are some of the most sought-after and talked-about food trucks from Philly and throughout New Jersey. I hope you bring your appetites to Art All Night Trenton this year, because there’s a lot of really incredible food to sample. “
Local 215 – American comfort food including brisket sandwichs, pulled pork, seasonal salads, mac and cheese. Twitter @Local215.
From: Philadelphia, Pa.
“At Local 215, we’re committed to sourcing as many ingredients locally as we can while still providing you with high quality affordable food options year round. It is our mission to extend only the freshest, most natural and unprocessed foods to our customers. Buying from local farmers not only makes our dishes delicious; it also supports our neighbors’ livelihoods. We see fostering local businesses as a cooperative responsibility, not only for our community, but for our environment as well. This dedication to great food and good business is the core of our philosophy.”
The Happy Pita – All of the benefits of a salad expertly rolled into a hand held treat easily eaten on the go. The Happy Pita, The Friendly Falafel, Chicken Mozzarella, Side of Pita Chips & Hummus. Twitter @TheHappyPita/
From: Downingtown, Pa.
“Freshly grilled, freshly rolled, and freshly sourced ingredients. We are all about providing the freshest and most healthy choices we can offer in the form of a pita. We also source some of our ingredients locally here in Pennsylvania.”
The Taco Truck – Authentic Mexican street food: assorted tacos and tortas, rice, beans, chips, guacamole and salsa along with Mexican sodas Twitter @TheTacoTruck.
From: Hoboken, New Jersey.
“Four central principles guide us: serving food that is truly authentic to the taquerias of Mexico, incorporating hospitality into every aspect of our business, minimizing our negative impact on the planet and remaining active in our neighborhood through ongoing community involvement.”
Vernalicious – Seasonal eclectic comfort food. Current Menu: Tacos, quesadillas, burritos, pulled pork grilled cheese, etc. Twitter @VERNALICIOUS1.
From: Wynnewood, Pa.
“We serve eclectic comfort food on the streets of Philly every day, and cater a variety of corporate, wedding and other special events in the city, other parts of Pennsylvania, and beyond!”
Fork in the Road – A gourmet sandwiches and sides truck. Braised Beef Short Rib Sandwich on Ciabatta, Philly Style Pork with Broccoli Rabe and Provolone, Shiitake and Portobello Mushroom Sandwich on Brioche, Herbed Truffle Fries with Parm, Leak and Pea Rice Balls
From: Pine Beach, New Jersey
“Our menu is built on a classic foundation with modern influences: we use as much local products we can when available with a focus on quality.”
Philly’s Finest Sambonis – Famous Stuffed CheeseSteaks, Spicy Chicken Tacos, Cheese Steak Fries, Steaks n Tacos. Twitter @samboniboys (also Instagram).
From: Philadelphia, Pa.
Chewy’s – Burgers, BLTs, Chicken and more. Twitter @chewysphilly.
“The menu consists of fresh ingredients, unexpected flavor combinations, everything from sweet and tart to zesty and hot.”
Betty’s Icebox – A desert truck making natural shave ice and serving artisan ice pops.
From: Monmouth County, New Jersey.
WTF? Food Truck – A variety of specialty items on a constantly-evolving menu; current favorites include the shrimp Po-boy, big azz turkey burger, chicken fritters, veggie black bean burger and chicken cheesesteak. Twitter @wtffoodtruck.
From: Ewing, New Jersey.
“`We change the menu to fit the venue’ is our slogan.”