Food for Thought

Head to the LA Street Food Fest this weekend for something to chew on

Wednesday, July 8, 2015 | 10:32 pm

Spend a summer’s day at the LA Street Food Fest trying a whole variety of different foods, and choose from over one hundred food trucks, street carts, and stands. Mingle with fellow foodies and award winning chiefs, sip cold craft beer or try one of the many cocktails at the designated bar, and pay only one price for it all.

On Saturday, July 11th the Rose Bowl will open its gates for the sixth year running to LA’s biggest and pretty darned affordable food event.

From Indian to Persian, tacos to pies, the LA Street Food Fest has it all and you never have to open your wallet all day. All vendors taking part are handpicked by LA Street Food Fest so you can have the best of the best.

Here are just a few of the exciting choices you will have on the day:

Indie Jams

Inspired by music and using organic fruit sourced from local farms. Indie Jams create mouth watering jams that promote their local community.

Three Jerks

Three Jerks was formed by a group of friends and use fillet Mignon and real ingredients (no preservatives) when creating dazzling flavours for their jerky snack.

The Church Key

The Church Key describes itself as ‘Modern, American, Cuisine’. The Church Key, who are featured on the Bravo TV show Best New Restaurant, like to push the envelope offering canned and frozen cocktails, and flaming desserts.

Aussie Pie Kitchen

Aiming to create food that is fast, memorable and affordable, Aussie Pie Kitchen completely re-invented the Aussie savoury pie. They offer the Aussie Pie, Chicken Tarragon and Surfers Paradise pies but to name a few.

Eat Buddha Bing

Eat Buddha Bing takes Northern Chinese street food and brings it to LA. They believe in wholesome cooking and all food is made to order.

Poke 2 Go

A food truck that brings you delicious Hawaiian poke. Mixing Ahi tuna, locally sourced ingredients and an LA fusion to their food.

Choctal

From Costa Rica Chocolate to Ghan Chocolate, Mexican vanilla to Madagascar, Choctal has all the single scoop ice cream you could need.

Midori Matcha

Midora Matcha offer cold brewed beverages with health benefits to fit an active lifestyle. They say their drinks are under twenty calories, contain zero sugar and give you a steady energy, sharpened focus and enhanced mood.

Jarritos

Delicious Mexican flavoured drinks in a bottle. From Mango, Pineapple, lemon and Tamarind to name a few.

Golden Road Brewery

Founded in 2011 the Golden Road Brewery offer fresh beer in the most sustainable way possible.

An all-inclusive $60 ticket offers admission from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. while a $90 VIP ticket gets you in two full hours earlier, with admission from 3 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. and access to VIP lounges. All ticket holders get free Rose Bowl parking
Stretchy pants not required—but highly encouraged!

The Rose Bowl is located at 1001 Rose Bowl Dr., Pasadena. For tickets, please visit http://www.eventbrite.com/e/6th-annual-la-street-food-fest-tickets-16985594370?aff=LASFFwebsite .

 

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