Eat Street Food Truck Festival 5.0

By on October 18, 2016

Tulsa’s biggest (by far) annual food truck festival, Eat Street, finished late last Saturday night.  This was the fifth year that Jo and Chris Armstrong, owners of Arnie’s Bar in the Blue Dome District, with the help of Amanda Simcoe and an enormous hard working staff have pulled off this feat. This year a record 40 food trucks were out all day and night serving up their best to both their loyal followers and the curious first timers. Live music, courtesy of our city’s super talented musicians, danced down Second Street and Elgin. For a moment we weren’t thinking about the election, or injustice, or even football. For a moment, at least once a year, we are a city united around artists of food.

In addition to everyone who attended this year, here are the food truck winners of this year’s competition:

Overall Veteran (People’s Choice) – Jezebel of Bohemia: Moveable Feast Caterers
Overall Rookie (People’s Choice) – Cajun Boil Catering LLC
Veggie – Rub with “The Veggie New, New One”
Kid-Friendly – Bon Cheri with “Mardi Gras Rainbow”
Sweet Tooth – Jezebel of Bohemia: Moveable Feast Caterers with “Cayenne Chocolate Mousse”
Meaty – Mr. Nice Guys with “Braised Short Rib Mac”

 

*Editors Note: We have intentionally left the names of the dishes and food trucks off our pictures because of an online contest we are having. After the winner is announced we will update this article and photo gallery.

 

 

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