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The Nacho Festival You’ve Been Waiting for Your Whole Life

Updated: Apr 04, 2016 18:07
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You know who loves nachos? Everybody!

That’s why I’m teaming up with SoMa StrEat Food Park for the Nacho Typical Festival. This is the festival you’ve been waiting your whole life for.

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* Each food truck will be creating a different variation of nachos!
* Kick-ass live music by Harry & the HitmenBattlehooch, and The Stu Tails!
* Only $5 admission!
* $30 all-you-can-drink beer for 5 hours (11-4) available for purchase, which includes admission

Food Truck Lineup and Nacho Specials: 
– Izzy’s Cheesesteaks: Cheesesteak nachos
– Manna JPT: Oki (ahi or octopus) nacho, with jalapeño, avocado, cheese & sour cream.
– Bob Cha: Nachos with bulgogi beef, kimchi, lettuce over nacho chips and hot sauce, mild sauce over and onions on top
– Me So Hungry Too: Burgers and Sliders- Special TBD
– Fritas Shack: San Diego Style Mexican Food- Special TBD
– Bacon Bacon: Bacon-centric Cuisine- Special TBD
– Odang Udon: Homemade Udon Noodles- Special TBD
– Curry Up Now: Indian Fusion- Special TBD
– Firetrail Pizza: Wood-Fired Pizza- Special TBD
– NoNo Burger: Vegan Burgers- Special TBD
Nucha Empanadas: Argentine Empanadas- Special TBD

Lineup Subject to Change

Now let’s eat some nachos!! Get your tickets here!

This party is happening rain or shine.


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