Taste One Truck at A Time, OC Foodie Fest 2010, Orange County, August 28

Assemble 50 Food Trucks in one spot, the Honda Center in Anaheim, Orange County, California.

Get the word out to all local gourmets, pick a late summer date, Saturday, August 28.

Add a do good factor by giving a portion of the proceeds to 2 local  charities Child S.HA.R.E. and Pretend City Childrens Museum while supporting small businesses.

Mix all these ingredients and you have the OC Foodie Fest 2010.

On a walk around event like this who would not like Tapas courtesy of Barcelona On the Go.


Feel like something cool and adventurous, Dirty mint, bacon, lambrusco, pear, balsamic fig flavors by CoolHaus Ice Cream Sandwiches might do it.

Want Chinese-Mexican fusion, Don Chow Tacos carry that flag.


Seafood your thing, The Shrimp Guys deliver.

Don't care for any of these 4, you are left with 46 Other options.

Not sure how many if any tickets are left at this time.

Tickets Prices:
General Admission (Pre-Sale)
Adult - $12.00
Child Under 12 - $6.00
Child 3 & Under - Free

Family 4 Pack (Pre-Sale)
2 Adult + 2 Child (Under 12)
General Admission Tickets
Price: $30.00

At The Door (Available if the event has not sold out)
General Admission - $15

OC Foodie Fest 2010 runs from 11:30 AM to 7:00 PM (Pacific Time of Course) on Saturday, August 28.

Let us know how things go if you happen to attend.

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