2017 FOOD TRUCK LINEUP
We want to give a big shout out to all of our food and beverage truck vendors who support City Park Jazz with their friendly customer service and delicious menus. Thanks for all you do!
R U CEREAL
Breakfast meets Dessert…Falls in love… Has Food Truck love child...And R U Cereal® is born!
At R U Cereal®, we ♥ Denver, and we ♥ YOU!
We take pride in featuring items from local businesses. We use eco-friendly products, and offer a variety of gluten free and vegan options.
ETHIOPIAN FOOD TRUCK
The Ethiopian Food Truck is the FIRST and ONLY Ethiopian Food Truck in Colorado serving traditional recipes fresh and quick all over Denver and surrounding areas.
The Health, Savory, and Authentic menu features some of the most popular Ethiopian vegetarian dishes and made to order chicken/beef tips options.
CALIFORNIA WRAP RUNNER
A gourmet food truck born on the beaches of Santa Barbara. California Wrap Runner is proud to bring the freshest flavors of Southern California to Denver, Colorado. We believe in eating well and playing hard, and we’ve heard that Colorado knows how to take the party outdoors. We combine the flavor of SoCal with Colorado’s freshest and local ingredients and bring them to you at the events you enjoy most.
Smokestack 70 began operation in the fall of 2014 though the roots of our smoking in Colorado dates back to 2007. We began competing in the Frisco BBQ Challenge in 2010 and grew each year in both vending and competing. Each year we heard multiple inquiries about our lack of a restaurant or catering business in Colorado. Between this, reading article after article in the Westword and Yelp about the poor Barbecue in the Denver area, and a relentless desire to change the scene of Denver Barbecue, Smokestack 70 hit the road in October, 2014.
EM’S ICE CREAM
Em's Ice Cream is a certified organic ice cream company and we're based right in Denver.
We make everything from scratch right down to the chocolate chips in our Mint Chocolate Chip Ice Cream. We try to work with local vendors and farmers whenever possible, and 1% of our profits go to the Food Bank of the Rockies.
Em's Ice Cream is made using premium organic milk, organic cream, organic eggs, and organic cane sugar. We do not use any stabilizers, GMO's, or food coloring. Our ice cream is gluten free and batch churned to ensure consistent and superior quality.
THE REAL DEAL NATURAL SMOOTHIES AND LATIN FOOD
We are a Juice Truck that offers 100% natural tropical juices as well as Latin food: When you think about being natural. This is The Real Deal.
DUDE BRO TACO
Dude Bro Taco is bringing you the best in tacos, nachos, and good times! Offering fantastic flavors you won't forget, Dude Bro Taco is serving it up right. For great food with cool attitude, it's got to be Dude Bro Taco!
OG Burgers was established in 2010. Since then, we have become a staple in the Denver Food Truck scene that has blossomed over the years. Catch us at Civic Center Park on Tuesday or Thursday, following the Denver Cruisers on Wednesday night, or at City Park Jazz on Sunday night. We go all over the mile-high city, so be on the lookout for the big, green burger truck.
Steuben's Food Service -- now found in uptown Denver and Arvada, Colorado -- are named after a restaurant in Boston that my Great Uncles, Max and Joe, opened in 1945. The original Steuben's became a famous Boston restaurant, nightclub, and hotspot from the 1940’s to the 1960’s on Boylston Street. The Vienna Room, The Cave, and The Blue Room were all part of the Steuben's space and hosted Big Band, Jazz, and Swing groups with The Rat Pack, Proms and Sweet Sixteens and more. In its prime, Steuben’s was the center of the Boston dining and nightlife scene.
Never has there been a man who loved pizza more. Fat Sully loved ‘za so much, that he set up camp in the epicenter of delicious pizza, New York City. Knowing full well how hard it is to find the perfect slice here in the Mile High City, he has brought his wealth of eating experience to the comforts of Denver, Colorado. So strap in you famished pie lovers, you’ve finally come home. All of Sully’s pies are made with the freshest and finest ingredients, from fresh mozzarella direct from the Wisconsin farm, to our Carmelina tomatos straight off the boat from Italy. We hand toss each pie to order, and we challenge you to find a better slice.
Sunshine Bowls was created by two brothers from Ohio but had started their careers in Southern California. Ryan, the one you’ll be meeting on the road serving up these delicious bowls is a University of Colorado graduate that came to his senses and moved back to Colorado after an eight year stint in Hermosa Beach and San Francisco. Meanwhile, Rick the older more wise brother still resides in Southern California. The idea for Sunshine Bowls was to bring “the sunshine state….gorgeous,” a little beach affect with our bold, beautiful and of course delicious Acai and Pitaya Bowls.
The inspiration for Street Frites began with a trip to New York City in 2011. Before Denver became home, Jessica lived and worked in Manhattan where she discovered a wonderful little snack shop in the West Village serving Pomme Frites served with a wild array of delicious sauces. While on holiday in 2011, Jessica shared her secret addiction with Jason, trampling through the rain soaked streets of New York City, with a salty, crispy french fry in hand, and it became clear, they NEEDED to bring this goodness to Denver. Over the next 3 years that idea grew legs and became a thriving food truck operating on the streets of Denver. Street Frites Mobile Eatery has now positioned itself a favorite among the Denver Street Food scene.
Ba-Nom-a-Nom is an alternative to ice cream and frozen yogurt. It is made from 100% fruit, making it dairy free, gluten free, and vegan. Once you try it, you will agree, it is better than any other frozen treat available!
Mac Shack is a reputable mobile food truck in Denver, CO. When we first entered the food service industry, we were looking to create a high-end menu with a fun feel to it. This was a business our owner started with her kids. She loves to cook and plans to bring luscious comfort food to the local community and surrounding areas. Aside from our highly recommended mac and cheese, we also serve a wide array of other food options ranging from healthy salads to delicious fries. We invite you to stop by our food truck today and be one of our many satisfied customers.
The mantle to present traditional Indian Food in Denver has been taken up by the Baidwan family, who have been living in the state of Colorado for more than twenty years. It was in 1998 that the family decided to bring the famous traditional Indian food to the people of Denver with Little India Restaurant & Bar. Their success has exceeded all expectations they could have had, for the restaurant that provides Indian buffet as well has been voted as the Best Indian Restaurant of Denver and the Best Lunch Buffet of Denver.
BACKYARD SODA CO.
At Backyard Soda Co., we handcraft simple syrups in small batches with pure cane sugar and the freshest fruits, herbs, and spicesavailable, using organic and local products whenever possible. In an effort to promote our philosophy of delicious drinking, Backyard Soda Co. launched as a mobile soda cart in Denver, CO in 2012, slinging all-natural sodas, sno-cones, slushies and teas. Our flavors spoke for themselves and we quickly developed a strong following, encouraging us to bottle our simple syrups so that our devotees and friends could enjoy our delicious, unique concoctions at home. Our handcrafted simple syrups are now found in the best specialty markets, liquor stores, restaurants and coffee shops throughout Colorado. Visit our retail page to find our syrups near you. You can also order directly from us here, or find us at a variety of events throughout Colorado year round.
ROLL IT UP SUSHI
Co-founders Mathew Yamali and David Jagodzinski met a year ago while both were managing a multi-million dollar restaurant, Mathew the chef and David the dining-room manager and sommelier. After working a fifteen-hour shift together, Mathew approached David with the idea of working for themselves and creating the dream schedule. Both savored the thought, but within a few minutes, laughed it off and returned to their seemingly endless closing shift. Little did David realize Matt was serious, and with foodtrucks rising in prominence in the culinary world, it all made sense. Later that week Matt came to David, but this time with something real and the rest is history.