Street Feast and Food Truck Fest at The Americana at Brand

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BY KAREN YOUNG

Head over to the eastern part of the San Fernando Valley on Tuesday, March 30 for a “Street Feast” at The Americana at The Brand in Glendale. Nine of the most popular food trucks will join stores and restaurants for this special evening from 6-9 pm.

The Americana

Brick and mortar restaurants participating from the Americana include a wine bar from Trattoria Amici; happy hour specials at Katsuya’s cocktail lounge; a booth from Frida Mexican Cuisine featuring its signature tacos and a barbeque from the Jewel City Diner.

Willoughby Road and it's Southern Kitchen Soul Food is one of nine food trucks rolling into The Americana at Brand.

Food trucks rolling in are:  The Buttermilk Truck (breakfast and sweets), The Grilled Cheese Truck (cheese…need you know more?), Frysmith (fries like you’ve never experienced), Mandoline Grill (vietnamese with vegan too), Dim Sum Truck (enough said), Komodo (gourmet taco with extreme salads and more), Willoughby Road (southern kitchen soul food), Dosa Truck (Sourdough Indian wraps) and Coolhaus  (ice cream sandwiches with insane savory/sweet combos — honey ice cream with bacon and chocolate cookies anyone?).

Along with DJ music and a raffle for a free date night, stores will be offering special discounts.

As always with food trucks, be prepared to wait in lines, meet new friends, and of course, eat some really good grub.

The Americana at Brand is bound by Brand Boulevard, Central Avenue and Colorado Street in downtown Glendale – enter parking from Central Avenue889 Americana Way, Suite 330, Glendale, CA 91210 Phone 818.637.8982.  Tues, March 30 6-9 pm

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About Karen Young

Karen Young is the founder of My Daily Find.

  • Melissa

    Wow! This sounds like a great event! I was just there the other day.

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