There will be plenty of sheltered space to come in from the rain on Sunday and enjoy these food trucks, and remember: Santa suits are warm!
Belly Dance performance by Twisted Gypsy accompanied by live drums
VFW Post 2323
17522 Chatsworth St. (at Encino)
Granada Hills 91344
Sunday, Dec. 19, 2010
|Fishlips Sushi |
Classic sushi bar favorites, on wheels!
|Gourmet Genie |
Middle Eastern with a twist: Lamb sliders, anyone?
|Greenz On Wheelz |
Fortunately, it's not as virtuous as it sounds, thanks to indulgent salads like Steak with blue cheese.
One of the favorite trucks of our last Granada Hills Food Truck Fest, don't miss the Asian marinated chicken and the died-and-gone-to heaven Truffle Fries.
|Crepen Around |
This long-term Granada Hills favorite has crepes, yes, but also killer garlic fries.
|Mandoline Grill |
offering fresh, crisp vegan and carnivore-friendly bánh mì sandwiches, and of course, her mother’s famous bún thịt nướng noodle bowls.
|Papas Tapas |
Spanish favorites like paella alongside some of the loveliest Spanish sliders this side of Madrid.
|Me So Hungry:|
the city’s best marinated short rib slider, tuna sandwich, or sweet potato fries. Expect the unexpected.
|Jack Daniels |
is just one of many possible drinks you can order at VFW's fine full-service bar.
|Munchie Machine |
Try ‘The Scooby Snack’, a PB&J with smores in the middle, that won the Sweet Tooth Award at the L.A. Street Food Fest.
|Wings World |
Wings and sliders. Dieters beware, especially of offerings like the LOL (lots of lard) Burger with 4 strips of applewood smoked bacon.
|No Tomatoes |
Indian Street food including kathi rolls, chapli burgers, biryani, mango lassi, and an ever-changing “Just generally” daily special.
|Smokin' Willie's BBQ |
Try a BBQ sandwich, slider, or taco, with the boss sauce.
|Great Balls On Tires |
The Great Balls truck had the most devoted followers of any truck at the last GH Fest, and the reason why: Incrediballs. They live up to their fun-to-say name.