The lines were LONG, but I hopped over into the Krush Burger one and hoped for the best. Two hours later, I got my burgers but they had run out of most of the toppings. So, although it tasted okay, I'm guessing it would have been better if it had more than their sauce and lettuce.
Bonus points for Krush Burger for giving their patrons free Sweet Potato Tots as an apology.
My friend, Tyrone, decided to get a pulled pork sandwich filled with mac and cheese at Drewskies. He got in line at at 6 pm and didn't get his food until 9:10, an hour after the festival was officially over. We ate in the dark. Not fun.
Still, I had a lot of fun hanging out on the lawn with my friends and listening to an awesome cover band play Bob Marley and UB40. A part of me thinks Food Truck Festivals are more about the experience than the actual food. It's a culture that's fun and low key and I like that.
Okay, I might go back if the lines were significantly shorter and the taco truck came. I can't resist a good taco.
What are your food truck experiences?
Good? Bad? Not worth the hype?
Side story: The guy in line in front of me collapsed, I think from heat exhaustion.
His head landed on my feet and he looked really pale.
His friends helped him up and he sat in the shade for the next hour.
Hope he's okay!