Las Vegas Foodie Fest and Food Truck Train
More than 20 food trucks participating in the Las Vegas Foodie Fest will kick off the festival by taking part in the Food Truck Movement. Similar to the beloved Nascar Hauler Parade, the trucks will cruise down Las Vegas Boulevard Friday morning to bring awareness to the growing food truck culture in Las Vegas.
Las Vegas Foodie Fest takes place at the Silverton and foodies will enjoy tastes from more than 40 food trucks and vendors including White Rabbit, Fukuburger, Devilicious, Jogasaki Burrito, Tasty Bunz, Baby's Badass Burgers, Truck Norris, Fluff Ice, Vizzi Truck and The Lobster Lady, who will be traveling to the festival all the way from Maine. The festival will feature Nonna's Kitchenette, who will debut their food truck at this year’s event, after being named a finalist of Food Network’s “The Great Food Truck Race,” hosted by Tyler Florence. Admission is $8 per person for each day or $12 for access for all three days with unlimited re-entry to the festival. In addition to specialty food vendors, guests can enjoy carnival rides, a beer garden, eating competitions and much more. Children under 54 inches will receive complimentary admission.
When: Friday, Nov. 2, 2012
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Where: Silverton Casino Hotel, 3333 Blue Diamond Road , Las Vegas
Cost: Free - $12
Age limit: All ages
Event posted Oct. 31, 2012
Last updated Oct. 31, 2012
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