5,000 People Expected at Worcester’s 2nd Annual Food Truck Throwdown

by | Apr 22, 2019 | Entertainment, Dining, Events, Headlines, News

WORCESTER –  We’re just weeks away from crowning a Food Truck Champion at Worcester’s 2nd Annual Food Truck Throwdown.

This year, there will be 28 food trucks competing for the “Best in Worcester” award at Worcester’s Green Hill park.

SEE LIST BELOW: The 28 Food Trucks at the 2019 Food Truck Throwdown

The winner will be chosen by local celebrity judges [including this reporter].

Throwdown attendees — of which 5,000 are expected — will also be able to vote for their favorite truck to help choose the “People’s Choice Award.”

The throwdown takes place on Saturday May 4 from 12 PM to 5 PM.

Here’s the list of participating food trucks

Teddy’s Lunchbox 
Bird’s Nest Italian food 
Uncle E’s BBQ 
Sabor Latino 
Nom Nom Hut
Moe’s Street Eats 
T C Scoops ice cream 
Anzios brick oven pizza 
Trolley Dogs 
Off the Hook 
Say Cheese 
Pangea Cuisine 
Moosey’s Muddy Brook Cafe 
Travelin Bones BBQ 
Patruno’s Place 
Minuteman kettle corn 
Kona Ice
Kebab King
Grub Guru
Jackson Effie coffee cabin 
Suya Joint
The Dogfather 
Scoop Daddy

Not only will there be a broad selection of food trucks, but there will be dozens of local crafters, vendors and artisans.  

This is a rain or shine event.

Admission is $5.00 for adults, children under 12 free, and includes a ballot for voting.

Free parking is available on the Channing St entrance to Green Hill park. Paid parking is $5.00 and is at Worcester Vocational Technical High School with a free shuttle to the food trucks.  

Trucks will be placed throughout the grounds allowing the attendees to picnic, and enjoy the park. The playground and petting zoo will be open.

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Patrick Sargent is the founder and lead reporter for ThisWeekinWorcester.com. He was born and raised on Grafton Hill and is a graduate of Holy Name high school and Worcester State University. Previous to starting TWIW, he worked as a contributing reporter for the Worcester Sun. Before that, over the course of several years, he had stints with GoLocalWorcester, Worcester Magazine, the Leominster Champion and Fitchburg Pride. He can be contacted at [email protected]