Come tickle your taste buds and listen to some great music at the Food Truck Food Court! We’ve got some delicious new options headed your way this year in addition to some of our Shoreline Arts Festival Favorites. Check out the line-up:
Tuk Tuk Mobile Feast
One of the only food trucks serving Lao Cuisine in the region, Tuk Tuk Mobile Feast is a newer food truck to the scene, try them out before they hit it big so you can say you knew them from the start! If you have never experienced it before, Lao cuisine is similar to Northern Thai food. In fact, many dishes that people know and love from Thai restaurants are actually Lao dishes! Tuk Tuk is excited to share some of those familiar favorites along with Lao classics.
Look for the red truck serving up smiles and Samsa! In a region tucked between the Caspian Sea, China and Russia you’ll find a comfort food called samsa with roots nearly as far back as the routes of the Silk Road.Today these tasty buns are one of Central Asia’s most popular street foods. Every Uzbek family has a favorite samsa recipe … and so does TABASSUM: bringing the authentic spices and flavors to Northwest streets wrapped all in a flaky bundle of puff pastry.
Pilgrim Coffee Truck
Modern coffee with a touch of classic service. Pilgrim provides a high-end espresso experience with friendly staff, all off the back of a vintage Ford truck.
Back by popular demand this Hawaiian BBQ specializes in dishes from the many different ethnic cultures that make Hawaii the “melting pot” it is known for. Director’s favorite dish: Kalbi (Beef Short ribs).
Ma & Pa Kettle Corn
It’s just not a festival without a bag of hot Kettle Corn to munch on as you shop your way through the Artist Marketplace. Grab a bag and head into the sea of white tents to find your next treasured artwork. 10 points if you can make it to the other end with popcorn still in your bag!
Small and mighty; these mini donuts are just what you need to start your festival off right. With over 30 flavors and varieties, they have something for every taste. Pro tip: pick up some donuts then head over the free coffee cart provided by Fidalgo Bay Coffee Roasters, located in the Artist Marketplace, and get some shopping in before the crowds.
Da Shave Ice Shack
10 years ago this business made the move to Washington from the Island of Kaua’i in Hawai’i. Serving authentic Hawaiian shave ice, Da Shave Ice Shack’s slogan is “Come and take a 10 minute Hawaiian Vacation” What’s not to love?
A regional favorite, Athena’s will be bringing their delicious Greek food (including Greek Fries topped with garlic, Tzatziki sauce, Kalamata olives, and crumbled feta!!) to the Shoreline Arts Festival again this year. Come grab a bite and then take is one of the performers on the Showmobile Stage.
Arts Festival Beer Garden (Opens at Noon)
Cool shade, cooler suds: take in a performance while you take a load off in the Arts Festival Beer Garden. You can feel good while partaking in an indulgence or two as all proceeds from the Beer Garden go to support local arts activities for youth and adults! Children confined to strollers welcome, otherwise no one under 21 please.