Oct 26, 2012

Oct 27: Brew Paw Paw

Nov 2-4: Vegas Foodie Fest

Street food Wednesdays in Mission Viejo

StFoodWednesday

@StFoodWednesday

Wednesdays 11a-2p

25910 Acero, Mission Viejo with 2-3 different gourmet food trucks every week.


Nov 2: Downey, OLPH School


Join us Fri, Nov. 2 5-9pm Gourmet Food Truck Event School. Fundraiser. 10441 Downey Ave.

Oct 27: Long Beach Zombie Walk



http://zombiewalklb.com/
Tickets: http://zombiewalklb.com/tickets/

Frequently Asked Question: http://zombiewalklb.com/FAQ

The Living Dead return to Long Beach for the fifth time on Saturday, October 27 2012 as LONG BEACH ZOMBIE WALK MUSIC & ARTS FEST takes over Shoreline Village, Marina Green, and Rainbow Harbor, from 3pm to 11pm!
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The Long Beach Zombie Walk is an all-ages event that invites ghouls of all ages to participate in a full day of Halloween fun. This year’s event is expanding into a full day-long festival, complete with music and film, food and drinks, vendors and art, in our largest venue yet – Long Beach’s massive Marina Green, and neighboring Shoreline Village and Rainbow Harbor!

Purchase your Zombie Passport today! Passport holders will enjoy two stages of live music, zombie activities, contests, exhibitors, and an outdoor screening of zombie classic SHAUN OF THE DEAD! PLUS – Passport holders will benefit from 10% off at participating Zombie-Friendly Businesses, from the date of purchase all the way through November 15! Click here to pick up your very own Zombie Passport today – http://zombiewalklb.com/tickets/. (And while you're there, check out our discounted ZOMBIE WALK FEST / LONG BEACH COMIC-CON ticket packages!)

What’s a Zombie Walk without a screening of a zombie classic?
This year, writer/director Edgar Wright’s rom-zom-com classic SHAUN OF THE DEAD returns to Long Beach – on a massive outdoor screen, under the stars at Marina Green!

Your Zombie Walk Ticket gets you into the Shaun of the Dead screening, taking place on the north side of Marina Green – no extra fee to enjoy the film! Plus enjoy live music on the south side of Marina Green, zombie/horror vendors, beer garden, food, surprises, and more – get your tickets today!

FOLLOWING THE EVENT - Stay tuned as we confirm a variety of after-party events throughout Long Beach!

Event proceeds benefit the Long Beach Cinematheque, Long Beach’s only non-profit organization exclusively dedicated to the exhibition of classic, independent, foreign, and cult/genre cinema, and the Long Beach Film Festival, coming to 4th Street May 17-19, 2013!

Keep posted - we're working on some more goodies to celebrate our FIFTH Zombie Invasion! See you in October...

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Oct 27: Perris, Fall Harvest Festival

KCAL Radio * Carnival Rides * Pumpkin Patch * Petting Zoo * Camel Rides * Magic Show * Fun Contests and so much more!
Featuring Gourmet Food Trucks!
  • Schmuck Truck
  • Pinks Hot Dogs
  • MeSoHungry
  • Tornado Potato
  • Pearson’s Catfish
  • Macho Nacho
  • No Jodas Kitchen
  • Coolhaus
  • Cupcake Place
  • Tropical Shave Ice

Halloween at OC Fair

The Lime Truck Restaurant Opens November 1

Westwood News
By Damian Kelly
Oct 23, 2012 - 10:23:10 PM


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TLT Food undergoing its final touches. Photo courtesy of Facebook
WESTWOOD—Resident and visiting foodies will be delighted to hear that The Lime Truck will be opening a restaurant on Thursday, November 1 in the area.
The vendor, known for its popular tacos, nachos and carnitas fries will be opening TLT Food, a 105-seat restaurant at 1116 Westwood Blvd.  The Stand, which previously occupied the location, closed in late September.
According to the company’s website, TLT Food is described as “a fast-casual, chef driven dining destination to come spend amongst friends.”  The site claims much of the elements that were successful on the truck have been maintained for the restaurant while adding wine and beer to the menu.
Daniel Shemtob, Owner and Head Chef at TLT Food, claims his business uses organic and sustainably sourced ingredients to create the made from scratch dishes. 
Shemtob’s business, which has been in operation since June 2010, also has won awards as The Lime Truck was the 2011 winner of “The Great Food Truck Race.”  It was also voted best new restaurant in 2010 by OC Weekly.  In addition, the TLT has been rated 4.5 out of 5 stars by over 450 customers on Yelp.
The menu, which ranges in price from $4 to $13, can be viewed at www.tltfood.com/menu/.