Street Food Rodeo

Street-Food-RodeoThe Davis Dirt is delighted to announce that the Street Food Rodeo is rolling back into West Davis, California!

On Friday, September 26th, nine of the best food trucks from the region will roundup at Westlake Plaza. Davisites crave innovative, fresh and affordable street food, and their calls are being answered.

Here’s what’s cooking: Free admission, live music by The Bottom Dwellers, Track 7 Beer Garden, kids area, straw bale seating and nine food trucks!

Food Trucks:

Ciao Chow Food Truck ~ Asian influenced cuisine including chow mein, egg rolls, sliders & rice plates.

Fuzion Eatz ~ Gourmet wraps, rolls and bowls with exciting sauces and toppings.

La Kora Taqueria~ Fresh Mexican food with homemade tortillas made on the spot.

Local Kine Shave Ice ~ Authentic Hawaiian style shaved.

Heavenly Dog Hot Dogs ~ Bacon wrapped, habanero aioli & peanut butter dogs, to name a few.

The Culinerdy Cruzer ~ Futuristic comfort foods.

Slightly Skewed ~ Asian-style skewers & street foods.

Hefty Gyros ~ Some of the best gyros this side of the olive trees.

Wandering Boba ~ Milk tea, fruit infused tea, slushies, bubble tea & tasty snacks.

Come eat, drink and be merry, Western style!
This event has been kindly sponsored by its neighbors at Stonesfair Apartments, Lamppost Pizza, Westlake Market, and Consero Solutions.

What: Street Food Rodeo
When: Friday, September 26, 5pm-9pm
Where: Westlake Plaza, 1260 Lake Blvd., Davis, CA 95616

About The Author

David Greenwald is the founder, editor, and executive director of the Davis Vanguard. He founded the Vanguard in 2006. David Greenwald moved to Davis in 1996 to attend Graduate School at UC Davis in Political Science. He lives in South Davis with his wife Cecilia Escamilla Greenwald and three children.

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1 Comment

  1. DavisBurns

    Sounded like fun and avoid cooking. Great turn out, nice music but really long lines at each food truck– about 30 minutes. I hoped to sample the offerings from a few different places but with that kind of wait for fast food it didn’t happen. We ordered from Ciao Chow Chinese and it was disappointing. Really, that is too kind. It was awful. I hope the other trucks had better fare.

    It was nice to see a community on that side of town and such a good response.

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