Sample outstanding seasonal fare and brews at Seattle Center Mobile Feast: Urban Hops & Harvest, as over 20 of the area’s top mobile food vendors assemble around Fisher Pavilion, Saturday, Oct. 29, 11 a.m. – 6 p.m. The food vendors will offer an array of tempting foods and spices. Diners may choose from Mexican, Indian, Japanese, southern, and fusion. Choose from BBQ, hot dogs, gourmet burgers, sausages, tacos, vegetarian dishes, smoothies, custom desserts, ice cream and much more.
Participating food vendors include (list subject to change):
Al’s Gourmet Sausage
Barriga Llena Torto Mobil
Big House BBQ
Boyd’s Fuel Truck (from Portland, OR)
BUNS On Wheels
Charlie’s Buns N’ Stuff
Damiana’s Blue Truck Special
Dante’s Inferno Dogs
Fusion on the Run
Kaosamai Noodle Truck
Parfait Organic Artisan Ice Cream
Raney Bros. BBQ
Saffron Street Vending
Skillet Street Food
Snout & Co.
Where Ya At Matt
Look for the mobile food trucks and carts around the building’s grassy apron and entry area. Outside and inside Pavilion seating is available, along with a beer garden and eclectic music mixes produced especially for this event.
Admission is FREE. Diners are asked to bring cash for their food and beverage purchases. Net proceeds of the Mobile Feast benefit Seattle Center Foundation, producer of The Next 50, celebrating in 2012 the 50th anniversary of the 1962 Seattle World’s Fair.
As Seattle Center prepares for The Next 50 in 2012, it is pursuing new opportunities to provide fun and appealing food experiences for Center visitors. Fall harvest is a great time to highlight the region’s mobile food culture. The Center is producing the Mobile Feast in partnership with its campus food manager, Levy Restaurants. Other food upgrades on the grounds include renovation of the Center house food court and new KeyArena food concessions. Residents of the region should expect additional fun and affordable eating opportunities at Seattle Center in the years ahead.
For more information on the first-ever Seattle Center Mobile Feast and other public programs at the Center, visit www.seattlecenter.com or call 206 684-7200.