PALM SPRINGS FOOD TRUCK FESTIVAL

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401 E Amado Rd., Palm Springs, CA 92262 401 E Amado Rd., Palm Springs Directions
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Report | 4 years ago
The food selections were great but we could not stay as long as we would have liked as it was very hot and there was minimal cover and seats to get out of sun or eat out of sun. And standing in long lines in the extreme heat made it very challenging. To be serving all food and no place to sit and eat comfortably seemed counter productive if you want people to stay and eat and enjoy themselves. I tried to get VIP tickets but they were sold out quickly.
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Report | 4 years ago
Some of the vendors run out of food, so I guess better planning is necessary.
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Report | 4 years ago
each vendor should have tables for the customers to eat at. Try having it at night.
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Report | 4 years ago
for my 1st food truck festival, I was disappointed. They advertised over 50+ trucks but only half were in attendance. I had my sight set on tasting quite a few food trucks that, of course, were the ones that were a no-show. The lines were sooo long and no order when it came time to picking-up our food when it was ready. My order got passed up....it was just chaos!
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Thought there would be more vendors. Lots of trucks sold out of things and closed early. Lines were really long and food wait time was long at certain trucks.
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The sun is brutal! Need some awnings for people to stand and eat out of the sun.
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More shade for general admission people PLEASE!
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Food expensive, few options, no samples. Costco had more stuff to taste for free. Not enough seats
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Not as many trucks as last year but still good food...
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Need way more seating and shade.
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More than 50 food trucks will roll in from all over Southern California this year for the Palm Springs Food Truck Festival, a culinary event organized by Cliff Young of PBS' Out to Eat. Participants range from Oooh La La Crepes to Biker Jim's Gourmet Dogs, a truck specializing in encased meats such as cilantro-infused duck sausages or Zonker Stout Habanero Cherry Buffalo brats. Festival-goers can also snack on free samples, sip brews in a beer garden, or digest to the beat of live music.

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