One of the signature events during Black Restaurant Week, Soundbites: Food Truck Festival returns for a third year, delivering delicious food truck fare from a number of black-owned food trucks and food stands.
Hungry festival-goers have their pick of mouth-watering menus from more than a dozen dining options on wheels, including EaDeaux’s Cajun Cocina, Cool Runnings Jamaican Grill, Heavenly Kreations Pastries, and many more.
Throughout the day, attendees at Soundbites: Food Truck Festival can check out a range of wares for sale at the vendor marketplace, let the little ones play at the nearby Kids Zone, and get down to a variety of the hottest music from an exciting lineup of DJs.
About Black Restaurant Week: Houston
In its fourth and largest year in Houston, Black Restaurant Week partners with over 30 black-owned restaurants and eateries to offer delectable prix fixe menus, starting at $15. Restaurants include Indigo from the James Beard-nominated Chef Jonathan Rhodes, Lucille’s by Chef Chris Williams, and many hidden gems across the city like Ate Kitchen.
Throughout the two weeks of dining, Black Restaurant Week also offers a series of culinary events aimed to expand awareness and support for black culinary professionals, including a pop-up dinner with Chef Kenneth Temple on Friday, April 19; the NOSH Culinary Showcase and Power of the Palate Bartending Competition on Wednesday, April 24; and Soundbites: Food Truck Festival on Saturday, April 27.
Soundbites: Food Truck Festival at Peggy Park
- Dates: Saturday, April 27, 2019
- Time: 1pm to 8pm
- Location: Peggy Park, 4101 Almeda Road, Houston, TX 77004.
- Admission: Tickets are $10; free for children 10 and under. Click here for more information and to purchase tickets.
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