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The Fab 5: New Food Exhibitors Join Lineup

Spotlight On Some Of The Great Food Exhibitors

Certainly, much of the focus of the California Jazz & Wine Fest goes to (you guessed it!) jazz and wine. That does not mean you need to groove and drink on an empty stomach though. To round out this premiere local event, a number of gourmet food trucks will be offering their wares on May 17th. Here are a few of our latest additions to the lineup.

  • Baby’s Badass Burgers: Born of restaurateur Erica Cohen and event planner Lori Barbera’s quest to bring the perfect burger to the most people, Baby’s offers a truly mouthwatering spin on the American classic.
  • Tocky’s Pitas: Mediterranean goes mobile with Tocky’s. Serving classics like shawarma, falafel, and hummus in their signature pitas, this food truck brings gourmet international flavors straight to you.
  • Tokyo Doggie Style: Chef Keith Yokoyama dishes up Japanese fusion comfort food from his truck, which has been named one of “The Best Food Trucks in Los Angeles.” TDS also offers vegan, vegetarian, and gluten free options.
  • The Grilled Cheese Truck: This truck’s offerings are sure to make you melt. Using gourmet options like gruyere, brie, habanero jack cheese, and sun dried tomato goat cheese and stuffing their sandwiches with BBQ pork, macaroni and cheese, and wildflower honey, TGCT will satisfy your queso craving.
  • The Lobos Truck:  There’s traditional comfort food, and then there is kick ass comfort food from The Lobos Truck.  Enjoy burgers, wings, wachos and don’t forget to try something from their Mac ‘N’ Cheese bar! They bring nostalgic appeal with a twist and smile to your face.

Get your ticket for the 2015 California Jazz & Wine Fest here so you will not have to miss a bite from these delicious trucks. The 4th Annual event will have gourmet wines, microbrews, and boutique spirits to complement your meals so you can be properly fueled to enjoy the great jazz music on two stages. You have a few weeks to prepare, so start calling your friends today!

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