Eat Street Tulsa is back! After a hugely successful food truck festival last fall, the streets of the Blue Dome gladly welcome these mobile chefs back and open up an extra street for the food frenzy to expand. On Saturday, Nov. 8th, Eat Street Tulsa will return to its home in the Blue Dome District from 11am to 10pm. In addition to the numerous food trucks, Eat Street will feature live music and kids activities all day. Admission is FREE to all ages.
There has been an impressive boom in growth of local food trucks, so the event will double in size from last year in order to accommodate about 25 of these vastly differing mobile kitchens. Their varied cuisine will fill the streets of 2nd & Elgin Ave. with tastes and smells from around the globe. So, whether you’re interested in a bit of Mexico, a hot slice of pizza, some smokin’ BBQ, or a something a little more fork-n-knife style, you’ll find what you’re looking for. Even the once-thought “basic” burger, hot dog, and taco guys have expanded and dressed up their menus, dreaming up delicious twists that are unbelievably creative. If you’re looking for something a bit more exotic, you’ll have no problem finding it at Eat Street. Choose from Mediterranean, Greek, Italian, French, Mexican, Vietnamese, and every tempting fusion of those you could dream up. With some brick and mortars turning to the streets, you’ll also find some of your favorite restaurant food that you can now enjoy outside. From chefs with classically trained backgrounds to those who just always know how to make ridiculously good food, you’ll be able to experience it all in one place.
Your best bet… bring friends. Bring a LOT of friends. The perfect way to truly enjoy a foodie festival like this one is to sample as much of it as you can, so invite your favorite people and come up with a strategy to try it all, then just share away. For those over age 21, Arnie’s Bar will be offering outdoor beer sales which happen to pair perfectly with street eats.
Eat Street Tulsa is a very family friendly event, so you are encouraged to load up the kids who can also enjoy the tasty fare and live music, as well as some face painting, inflatable play, and an arts station. For more information visit Eat Streets Facebook Page.