Valley Center Gourmet Food Truck Fest March 9th

February 28, 2013 0Comments by Blog, Track Down The Truck

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND!!

Valley Center Gourmet Food Truck Fest Part 2 will feature 15 food trucks, vendors, entertainment and fun. The truck lineup includes Under the Crust from Season 3 of the Food Network’s Great Food Truck Race, along with favorites Devilicious, Under the Crust and Crepes Bonaparte. A wide variety of cuisine from Asian street fare to decadent desserts will be offered, all reasonably priced.

In addition, family-oriented activities will be happening throughout the day, making this a fun day on the farm for all ages. Country dance band Calico Ridge will be playing on the Bates stage from 1:30 – 4:30. Kids will enjoy pony rides, Kids ‘n paint, hayrides, face painting, rock climbing and a slide. FREE ADMISSION!

Guests are encouraged to bring chairs or blankets to enjoy their gourmet treats under the trees

http://www.vcfoodtruckfest.com/

FEATURED GOURMET FOOD TRUCK
Devilcious Appeared on the “Great Food Truck Race” Season 2
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Under the Crust Appeared on the “Great Food Truck Race” Season 3                   The word “mini” might fool you, but these little guys have more mouth-watering flavor than you may imagine. Special care is taken when hand crafting these little pies for our customers. At Under The Crust we have gone back to the days of grandma’s kitchen where every finished pie puts a big smile on our face, and we know they will do the same for you! Our pies are a time machine that takes you back to your favorite sweet memory. These pies are a result of many hours creating and testing our recipes.

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Crepes Bonaparte Appeared on the “Great Food Truck Race” Season 1 repes Bonaparte recreates the experience of enjoying French crepes on the streets of Paris, France with their made torder breakfast, lunch, and dessert style crepes.

Chip’s Beach Eats CHIP’S BEACH EATZ features LOCAL, ORGANIC, SUSTAINABLE products, such as Maciel Family Farm, Brandt True Natural Beef, and seafood from local fisherman John West.  Chip McCarty, the owner is a San Diego native. Between Chip and his wife they have over 40 years experience in the restaurant industry. Chef Chip is culinary trained and has held Chef positions at Valley View Casino and Hard Rock Hotel.

Chubby’s Food Truck Best Burger in Town                   Gourmet Delicious handmade Augus beef Burgers with a Mexican Twist!! Here at Chubby’s, we pride ourselves on the attention to detail demonstrated with each meal and the smiles we get to see on every customer’s face as a result. Not only will every piece of SoCal comfort food ordered from the truck look good, it will taste even better. Be a Chubby chaser; come visit us and see how better ingredients and better attention to detail leads to a better burger than even a restaurant can offer!
Not So Fast                 Not So Fast! is the first Paleo & Primal friendly fast food truck in San Diego, Californiaoffering local and pastured meats & eggs, wild caught seafood, and vegetables & fruit.
T1O Gourmet Thai Food Truck Winner of 2012 Tastiest Food Truck Award                   T1O Gourmet Thai Food Truck, San Diego’s 1st Thai Food Truck! Serving upfresh, authentic and delicious eats all over the county. With dishes inspired by Thailand’s street food culture and the best of Mom’s Classics – our passion is to bring diversity to San Diego’s food truck movement!
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New York on Rye                   New York on Rye, the best deli food west of NYC. We make our own mustards, dressings, horseradish, and fries. No store-bought coleslaw for you! We’ve sourced the best locally available meats, cheeses, vegetables and fruits, because your taste buds deserve nothing less.
Operacaffe Mobile                   Operacaffe Mobile” Italian Food Truck. Food is either completetly cooked at their restaurant Operacaffe with the same high quality and fresh ingredients or begin cooking at restaurant and finished on the truck and brought to offices and several locations of San Diego county. The same passion and love for food that has distinguished “Operacaffe Restaurant ” is “Operacaffe Mobile” motto: For the Love of Food”.
Underdog Gastro Truck                   We make artisan sausage sandwiches, salads, and other sausage fare for the discerning pallets of San Diego using local meats and produce…and we’re also pretty awesome
Yellow Lunch Box                   From Philly Cheesesteaks to Baja California Chicken Wraps, Memphis BBQ to New York Reubens, and New England Lobster Rolls to Chicago-style Italian Sausages, Yellow Lunch Box will keep your mouth watering with the tastiest dishes from all parts of the country.
Urban Eats                   Urban Eats is a community oriented Gourmet Food Truck focused on “Fresh Affordable Fare”. Urban Eats delivers honest food at a good value, utilizing local ingredients and enterprising healthy consumption.
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Two For The Road                     Two For The Road is a mobile food truck specializing in American comfort food. Owners Lisa and Roberto are taking their favorite dishes from around the country and bringing them to the streets of San Diego. Coming from a food and travel background they figured this would be the perfect mix for a traveling restaurant.
Pierogi Truck                   Our (Gourmet Polish Food Truck) is a place where you can experience authentic, traditional, and delicious Polish cuisine. All of the meals are homemade. Our recipes are unique, secretly guarded, and have been passed down from generation to generation.
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Super Q                   Super Q Food Truck brings to San Diego the best hickory smoked good BBQ this side of the Mississippi! All-American BBQ with elements of North Carolina, Texas and St. Louis style flavors and influence.

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