Thousands of foodies gathered in Veterans Park today to relish the array of 37 unique food trucks, enjoy locally-crafted beer and mingle with other food truck lovers, all while celebrating with grand prize winner, Smokin’ Bee-Bee-Q, and the first-ever People’s Choice Award winner, The Beerded Pig, in what became a family affair.
Whether it’s your first year attending, or if you are a seasoned attendee, here are 10 tips to prepare you to fully experience this year’s competition in all it’s glory!
The Drunken Waffle Food Truck was featured on the Living Dayton television show as Otto Larson of the Springfield Rotary Club shared information about the Fourth Annual Springfield Rotary Gourmet Food Truck Competition to be held Aug. 12.
Accompanying the array of delicious food will be five artists performing everything from country to bluegrass throughout the competition on Aug. 12 in Veterans Park.
In the spirit of celebrating Springfield at the city’s “must-taste event of the summer,” ales from Mother Stewart’s Brewing Company will be added to the beer garden selection to complement the food truck cuisine at the fourth annual Springfield Rotary Gourmet Food Truck Competition on Aug. 12.
The fourth annual Gourmet Food Truck Competition is set for Aug. 12. Seasoned fans of the “must-taste event of the summer” will notice a few subtle changes when the mobile cuisine caravan rolls into town.
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