PVDFest Food Truck Village Returns September 8-10

 PVDFest Food Truck Village Returns September 8-10
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Nearly two dozen vendors to serve up regional favorites along the Providence River

PROVIDENCE, RI – Providence’s famous culinary scene takes center stage on the banks of the Providence River this year with the return of the fan-favorite PVDFest Food Village. From Friday, September 8 through Sunday, September 10, more than 20 vendors will serve up delicious fare from across the state, showcasing the best in local cuisine.

Throughout PVDFest weekend, food trucks from Providence and beyond will serve a wide variety of culinary delights including seafood, BBQ, Dominican, Hawaiian, Jamaican, and Mexican street food and sweet treats to satisfy every festival-goer’s appetite. The PVDFest Food Truck Village will be open during festival weekend from 5PM to 8PM on Friday along South Water Street, and on Saturday and Sunday it will be held in the 195 District Park, located between Dollar, South Water, South Main, and Point Streets. Saturday hours are from 12PM to 7:30PM and Sunday hours are from 12PM to 6PM.

Festival-goers are encouraged to bring their family, friends, and appetite to experience the exciting food truck fare at PVDFest, which will include:

  • Atomic Blonde Ice Cream
  • Big Dog Eats
  • Binge BBQ
  • Blount Clam Shack
  • Boba Wave
  • Cultro
  • Friskie Fries
  • Gnarly Vines Food Truck
  • Gonzalez Food Truck
  • Haven Brothers
  • Hometown Poke
  • Ja Patty RI
  • Kona Ice
  • Masa Taqueria PVD
  • Matilda
  • Pam’s Grill on the Go
  • Poppin Minis RI
  • Presto Strange O Coffee Truck
  • RaRa’s Surf Shack
  • Shishkaberry’s of New England
  • Shuckin’ Truck RI
  • Twisted Ts

In addition to the many food trucks heading into the City for the weekend, Matunuck Oyster Bar is also returning to PVDFest this year, serving fresh oysters from Rhode Island’s own Potters Pond.

PVDFest is made possible in large part by the generous sponsors who continue to support Providence’s creative culture year-round, including the Providence Tourism Council, RI Commerce, The Boston Globe Rhode Island, Waste Management, Breeze, ProvPort, Waterson Terminal Services LLC, WPRI, iHeart Media, Delta Dental, Dimeo Construction Company, Dunkin’, Rhode Island Energy, RISD, Amica, Fidelity Investments, Coca-Cola Beverages Northeast, Cornish Associates, Evolis, First Bristol Corporation/Hampton Inn and Homewood Suites, Johnson & Wales University, BankNewport, The Foundry, PLDO Strategies, Withum, Verizon, Wexford Science & Technology, AARP Rhode Island, America News, Bird Rides, Half Street Group, Matunuck Oyster Bar, Providence Monthly, The Public’s Radio, Regency Plaza/Chestnut Hill Realty, Rhode Island Monthly, RIPTA. In addition to sponsors, PVDFest relies on the contributions of the hard-working volunteers to make the event a memorable experience for everyone. If you can volunteer for a few hours or a whole day, please sign up here.

More information about PVDFest will be released in the coming weeks leading up to the waterfront celebration. For more information about PVDFest, please visit PVDFest.com and follow the festival on FacebookInstagram, and Twitter.

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