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“People are getting a chance to see all their favorites in town they love and try new ones.
“People are getting a chance to see all their favorites in town love and try new ones,” said Food Truck Festivals of America spokeswoman Janet Prensky. “Everybody can break up and stand in four lines, and not just in one, and all meet at the blanket for the feast. Saturday on food truck menus that will include everything from bacon wrapped hot dogs fried wings waffles mac and cheese, prime rib, wood fired pizza, poke bowls and beignets. than craft beers be available to it all down.
“Pack in several meals,” Prensky said. “That is our goal keep eating. It’s a day of eating and drinking. First responders police officers, firefighters and EMTs receive free admission with valid ID, and ages 12 and younger are free. and even take some to go. before the lines start and get unlimited water, $1 off any craft beer a free dessert from the VIP truck, Lita’s Treats.
The Panama City Beach Food Truck Craft Beer Festival is partnering with Gulf Coast Children Advocacy and Visit Panama City Beach for the first time event. Food Truck Festivals of America, a company, pulls from a two hour driving radius within host city, searching for the area’s best food trucks to fuel the food truck frenzy.
Local food trucks include Back Beach BBQ, Dovalina’s Wood Fired Pizza, HaolePino Hawaiian Filipino Island Cuisine, Pirate Bay Mobile, Sandbar Seafood BBQ Joint, Temperley’s British Eatery, The Prime Rib Guy, and Wrap It Up.
HaolePino will be serving lumpia, kalua pork plates and nachos, adobo and Moco a 1/3 pound grilled beef patty with mushrooms, onions and gravy furikake mix. Pirate Bay will Slap Ya Grand Mama Gumbo, chili, shrimp po boys, black blue sliders and chili cheese potato skins. The Sandbar is bringing fish tacos with a choice of fresh snapper, grouper or tuna; seafood gumbo; and bacon wrapped jumbo shrimp.
Temperley’s will feature six different burgers, Blackbeard’s BLT with Yellow fin Tuna as a sandwich or salad, cod and chips, and pasties. The Prime Rib Guy bringing even more beef with plates of prime rib with a baked potato, prime rib etouffee, and prime rib over cheese grits. For something lighter, Wrap it Up will serve veggie wraps and two types of chicken wraps.
Smokin’ on Wheels will be serving pulled pork sandwiches, ribs and chicken skewers on a stick. To ensure variety, Back Porch BBQ and Richardson’s BBQ will be doing desserts, such as funnel cakes and ice cream, instead of barbecue.
Pensacola food trucks will include Joe’s Caribe jerk chicken, Jibarito Sliders and empanadas, as well as 3 D Eats and Tea pecan smoked pulled pork sandwiches, burgers, fries and breaded pork tenderloin strips.
DragonCupBop Korean Food Truck Korean Style BBQ pork, chicken and dumplings, and tofu with kimchi; and Gekko Sushi Hibachi Truck has hibachi bowls and poke bowls.
The Wacked Out Weiner from Foley, Ala., features Nathan’s dogs, sausage dogs and loaded nachos. Soul Heaven Cafe Catering serve chicken wings in five flavors, as well as Southern fried wings with homemade waffles.
When it comes to mac and cheese, Prensky said, “Everybody wants it.” She also added, “Bacon always has a really long line.”
There will be both at Saturday’s festival. Bacon Express of Fort Walton Beach serving bacon wrapped hot dogs; bacon grilled cheese sandwiches; peanut butter, honey bacon grilled sandwiches; and the Bacon Bomb whole milk mozzarella cheese in a flaky biscuit bomb wrapped in apple wood smoked bacon, and then deep fried.
Country Cajun continues Mardi Gras favorites after Fat Tuesday with a decadent mix of boudin balls, chicken and sausage gumbo, spicy hash cheeseburger, crawfish etouffee, crawfish patties, King Cake on a stick (with a special prize inside) and cherry beignets.
Frios of the Emerald Coast features gourmet frozen ice pops.
It’s all about the food, but an artisan village with more than 20 local artists, face painting, and lawn games can get you up and off those calories or just capture all the gluttony at the selfie station. Then sit back and enjoy the music.
“Folks will have music through radio partners and bringing live music as well, cornhole and things like that and an artisan village,” Prensky said. “Come spend the day with us.”
The artisan village will include a variety of handmade creations from jewelry to hand sewn clothing to organic beauty products from vendors such as Happy Yogi Shop, BleuRoo Stitchery, Big Wave Dave Outfitters LLC, Today We Build, AvaRoo, Uriel’s Uniquities, Palmer Williams Group, Selenite Gypsy and Heavenly Light Creations.
And, back to bacon Chocolate Freaking Bacon be selling bacon chocolate bars.
“Food trucks didn’t exist on the East Coast, but they were hot in Los Angeles and heading east,” said Prensky, whose company was able to round up eight trucks in Plymouth, Mass., for first “We estimated for 1,000, and 5,000 people showed up. We needed more cheese for the grilled cheese truck, more bread. In 2012, we tried it in Boston and 10,000 people showed up.”