Phoenix Food Truck Festival 2011

Phoenix Food Truck Festival 2011

Roosevelt Row Community Development Corporation (CDC) and the Phoenix Street Food Coalition hosted the inaugural Phoenix Food Truck Festival on Saturday, October 22 in Evans Churchill Neighborhood (Roosevelt Row, Downtown Phoenix).  The Phoenix Food Truck Festival featured small samples from over 30 different food trucks.  The Four Peaks Beer Truck and Dos Cabezas Winery provided beverages at a cash bar.  Stinkweeds Records sponsored live music from four bands during the event.

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The event took place at A.R.T.S. Project #1 /408 E. Roosevelt St., 85004.

The Phoenix Street Food Coalition is a coalition of Mobile Specialty Food Vendors. This organization is dedicated to increasing the awareness of innovative street food to the Phoenix Metro area. Our mission is to provide education, advocacy, collaboration, events and promotion of specialty and locally sourced foods through responsible street vending.PHX Street Food Coalition information.

Festival truck lineup…
Short Leash Hot Dogs, Carte Blanche, Frufrupops, Mojo, Shine, Sunshine and Spice, Sweet Republic, Taste Rite, Toms Pig Rig, Beat Street, Pizza People, Shine Coffee, Torched Goodness, Udder Delights, Hey Joe Truck, and  Emerson Fry Bread

Roosevelt Row CDC’s A.R.T.S. Program:  A.R.T.S. Projects address the issues of vacant urban space by putting dirt lots into productive-use throughout the Roosevelt Row Arts District.  Programming includes the A.R.T.S. Markets, community gardens, public art projects, cultural fairs, outdoor film space, and concerts.  A.R.T.S. Program information


Roosevelt Row Community Development Corporation

Phoenix Street Food Coalition

A.R.T.S. (Adaptive Reuse of Temporary Space)

Evans Churchill Neighborhood Association

Local First AZ

Four Peaks Brewery


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