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August 4 Food Truck Festival Ft Collins Colorado
Summer is fading fast. So don't miss one of your last opportunities to snack on several of the town's mobile food options.
The latest Coloradoan Food Truck Festival runs from 5-7:30 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 4, in our parking lot at 1300 Riverside Ave.
There's close to 20 food vendors scheduled to attend.
There will be everything from corn dogs to lobster rolls to Filipino egg rolls, and everything in between.
There's also numerous kids activities planned.
Admission is free but we'll be collecting donations for United Way of Larimer County.
The Coloradoan is hosting the last Food Truck Festival of our annual series in October.
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Food Truck Festival
1300 Riverside Ave. (Coloradoan parking lot)
5-7:30 p.m. Thursday, August 4
Admission is free with a $5 suggested donation to United Way of Larimer County
A-maize’n kettle corn: Flavored kettle corn varieties.
Atacolypse Now: Tacos and other Mexican-themed dishes.
Austin Tacos: Tacos, burritos and other Mexican-themed dishes.
Ba-NOM-a-NOM: Fruit smoothies and floats.
BIGS Meat Wagon: Smoked barbecue meats and sides.
Coffee Stop: Espresso, other coffees, tea and small bites.
Corndoggies: Corn dogs featuring homemade hot dogs.
Divine Ice Cream: Ice cream treats.
Farm Fusion: Global inspirations using local ingredients.
Gunter’s Bavarian Grill: German-themed courses and lemonade.
Koby’s East Coast Snowball Stand: Maryland-style flavored ice treats.
Kona Ice: Flavored shaved ice varieties.
La Piadina: Italian-style stuffed flatbread sandwiches.
Mile High Lobster: Maine-style lobster rolls, whoopie pies and Moxie soda.
The Sustainable Spoon: A variety of from-scratch foods using all organic and local ingredients.
Rollin’ Stone: Wood-fired pizzas.
Villy’s Lumpia: Filipino-style egg rolls and stir fry.
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