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Food Truckin’ Fest 2013 – Oct 25 & 26

23 Oct

The DFW Food Truckin’ Fest is back this fall with more “meals on wheels”! The Rangers may not have won, but their fans still can by stopping by the Ballpark for gourmet cuisine offered by your favorite local food trucks from across DFW. If you’re a food truckin’ foodie then stop by the Ballpark in Arlington this Friday and Saturday – October 25-26! It’s the FALL EDITION of the 2013 Food Truckin’ Fest in Arlington, TX. In addition to food truck action, visitors can also enjoy live music and activities for the kids! Tickets can be purchased online too!

Fall Food Truckin' Oct 25-26

Fall Food Truckin’ Oct 25-26

Among the trucks you’ll be looking for here are just a few names to drop: Doughboy’s, Gandolfo’s, Nammi, Holy Frijoles, Jack’s Chow Hound, Taste of Cuba, Spin Station, Food Station, Tutta’s Pizza, What’s Cook-n Chef

Check out the complete list of participating food trucks:

FOOD TRUCKIN’ FEST TRUCK LIST

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Admission

    Day Pass – $10
    Two-Day Pass – $12
    Kids 12 and Under – $5
    Kids Under 32 inches – FREE

Click here to pre-purchase tickets with parking included.

The Ballpark in Arlington Food Truck Fest will kick off Friday at 4:00pm! If you can’t make it on Friday, the festival continues on Saturday, 10/26 with bounce houses, balloon artists, face painters and local bands! Would you like to add your DFW Food truck as part of the lineup? Click here for an application!

TIMES
Friday, October 26 | 4:00PM – 10:00PM
Saturday, October 27 | 11:00AM – 9:00PM

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2013 Greek Food Festival of Dallas

24 Sep

This coming weekend you’ll find ‘nothing bundt Greek’! (Watch the video snippet to get the joke..) The 2013 Greek Festival of Dallas is September 27, 28 & 29 hosted by and held at Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church in Dallas. A couple weekends ago it was Oprah. This time it’s “OPAAAAA”!!!

At the Greek Food Festival of Dallas you’ll find cooking demos, music and dancing, a Greek marketplace, art gallery and most importantly, Greek FOOD.

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The Dallas Greek Festival is one of the FEW places where you can go smash plates at your own leisure and not get in trouble for it. The only consequence will come if you decide not to wear shoes that day. Other than that you’ll just move on to the cooking demos, tavern-style music offered by a live band and traditional Greek folk dancing. Just imagine a “Big Fat Greek Wedding” without the bride, the groom and the nuptials.

Witness the Holy Trinity Hellenic Dancers shake their “Golos“. The Greek dance group plays a big role in preserving the traditional Greek dance customs so you’re sure to learn some moves and witness a part of history, as traditional dance moves are passed down from one generation to the next.

gyro-topThe Agora has everything you would like to find in an international marketplace. The Pantopolion (festival grocery store) has everything you’ll need to get that Greek flavor in your food, including cookbooks. To keep the food thing rolling, locate all your decadent sweet temptations in the pastry shop!

By the end of the day you’ll be breakin’ dishes, but not for the same reason as Rihanna! It would’ve been the lively and spontaneous culture infused into your head (and belly).

ADMISSION: $6.00 Adults | FREE for Kids 12 and Under

CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE TICKETS ONLINE!

PARKING: Free parking and Shuttle service is available by Brinker International and Commerce Plaza on the other size of LBJ Freeway. Self Parking is available for $5 at Temple Shalom, and On-site valet is $10 per vehicle.

HOURS:
FRI: 9.27 4PM-11PM | SAT 9.28: 11AM-6PM | SUN 9.29: 11AM – 6PM

Host of the Greek Food Festival Dallas

Host of the Greek Food Festival Dallas

Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church | 13555 Hillcrest Road, Dallas 75240

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