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Contact: Jonathan Elliott, Public Relations Officer, Art All Night Trenton
ART ALL NIGHT ADDS FOOD TRUCKS TO DIVERSE CUISINE OFFERINGS JUNE 20-21, 2015!
TRENTON – Art All Night Trenton expands its diverse collection of eateries this year with an entire food court comprised of popular food trucks from throughout the region. Art All Night Trenton will begin at 3 PM on Saturday, June 20, 2015 and continue for 24 Hours straight until 3 PM on Sunday, June 21. Art All Night Trenton will take place at the Historic Roebling Wire Works, located at 675 South Clinton Ave. in Trenton. Art All Night Trenton is free and open to the public.
The food truck court adds an additional arena of cuisine, expanding on Art All Night Trenton’s celebrated world food court. Food trucks include Philadelphia southern comfort food truck Local 215, Downingtown health-conscious and international vendor The Happy Pita, the Hoboken-based wildly popular Taco Truck, eclectic soul food from Vernalicious, sandwich makers Fork in the Road from Pine Beach, cheesesteaks and more from Philly’s Finest Sambonis, and flavor-loaded, customized-for-Art-All-Night selections from Ewing’s WTF? Food Truck.
“This new expansion into Food Trucks has me really excited,” said Joseph Kuzemka, Event Director for Art All Night Trenton. “These are some of the most sought-after and talked-about food trucks from Philly and throughout New Jersey. I hope you bring your appetites to Art All Night Trenton this year, because there’s a lot of really incredible food to sample. “
The 2015 Food Truck Court is assembled and managed by Barn Party Productions. A full list of food truck vendors, complete with social media handles and descriptions, follows:
American comfort food: Brisket sandwich, pulled pork, seasonal salads, mac and cheese
Where they’re from: Philadelphia
“At Local 215, we’re committed to sourcing as many ingredients locally as we can while still providing you with high quality affordable food options year round. It is our mission to extend only the freshest, most natural and unprocessed foods to our customers. Buying from local farmers not only makes our dishes delicious; it also supports our neighbors’ livelihoods. We see fostering local businesses as a cooperative responsibility, not only for our community, but for our environment as well. This dedication to great food and good business is the core of our philosophy.”
The Happy Pita
All of the benefits of a salad expertly rolled into a hand held treat easily eaten on the go: The Happy Pita, The Friendly Falafel, Chicken Mozzarella, Side of Pita Chips & Hummus
Where they’re from: Downingtown, PA
“Freshly grilled, freshly rolled, and freshly sourced ingredients. We are all about providing the freshest and most healthy choices we can offer in the form of a pita. We also source some of our ingredients locally here in PA.”
The Taco Truck
Authentic Mexican street food: assorted tacos and tortas, rice, beans, chips, guacamole and salsa along with Mexican sodas
Where they’re from: Hoboken, NJ
“Four central principles guide us: serving food that is truly authentic to the taquerias of Mexico, incorporating hospitality into every aspect of our business, minimizing our negative impact on the planet and remaining active in our neighborhood through ongoing community involvement.”
Seasonal eclectic comfort food. Current Menu: Tacos, quesadillas, burritos, pulled pork grilled cheese, etc.
Where they’re from: Wynnewood, PA/Philadelphia
“We serve eclectic comfort food on the streets of Philly every day, and cater a variety of corporate, wedding and other special events in the city, other parts of Pennsylvania, and beyond!”
Fork in the Road
A gourmet sandwiches and sides truck: Braised Beef Short Rib Sandwich on Ciabatta, Philly Style Pork with Broccoli Rabe and Provolone, Shiitake and Portobello Mushroom Sandwich on Brioche, Herbed Truffle Fries with Parm, Leak and Pea Rice Balls
Where they’re from: Pine Beach, NJ
“Our menu is built on a classic foundation with modern influences: we use as much local products we can when available with a focus on quality.”
Philly's Finest Sambonis
Type: Famous Stuffed CheeseSteaks, Spicy Chicken Tacos, Cheese Steak Fries, etc/ "Steaks n Tacos"
Twitter: @samboniboys (also Instagram)
Where they’re from: Philadelphia
WTF? Food Truck
A variety of specialty items on a constantly-evolving menu; current favorites include the shrimp Po-boy, big azz turkey burger, chicken fritters, veggie black bean burger and chicken cheesesteak
Where they’re from: Ewing, NJ
“WE CHANGE THE MENU TO FIT THE VENUE is our slogan.”
More information on Art All Night Trenton will be available on a regular basis at www.ArtAllNightTrenton.org.
Art All Night Trenton is produced under the auspices of Artworks, Trenton’s downtown visual arts center.
About Art All Night
In its ninth year, Art All Night Trenton brings creativity, energy, artistry, arts education, celebration and positive economic impact to downtown Trenton every summer. This multi-discipline festival displays the best in music, visual arts, workshops, film, and food for a straight 24 hours in downtown Trenton. For more information, visit www.ArtAllNightTrenton.org
Artworks is Trenton's downtown visual arts center which promotes artistic diversity by fostering creativity, learning, and appreciation of the arts. Our classes, exhibitions, and events make art an accessible experience for all. To learn more, visit us online at www.artworkstrenton.org.