The annual Jersey Shore Food Truck Festival is back - and ready to kick off our festival season! Gather your friends and bring your appetite as this year's Jersey Shore Food Truck Festival will feature 45 mouth-watering trucks serving everything from fresh-made empanadas, to ocean-fresh lobster rolls, to warm and gooey Belgian Waffle sundaes.
On Saturday, May 26 and Sunday, May 27, we will have a SPECIAL OPENING TIME of 11am to give you a little extra time to sample from our array of trucks. Be sure to get here early! On Monday, May 28, gates will open at the normal 11:30am.
Enjoy live music all three days of the festival. In addition, FREE Family Fun Day activities will take place Saturday and Sunday including clowns, face painters, pony rides and a bounce house.
There is always something new, exciting and delicious on the menu at the Jersey Shore Food Truck Festival. So bring your family, bring your friends, come one day or come all three. Just don't miss the most delicious summer kick-off party on the Jersey Shore - at Monmouth Park Racetrack, your best bet for summertime family fun.
Participating Food Trucks: Andys's Italian ices & Espresso Bar, Ann's Catering, Bro-Ritos Food Truck, Cheezen, Cold Stone Creamery, Cousins Maine Lobster, Dag's Dippers, Dellano Food Service, Dogs Gone Wild, El Lechon de Negron, Empanada Guy, Empanada Monster, Enzo's, Four Boys Concessions, Fork in the Road, Five Sisters Food Co., House of Cupcakes, Kono Pizza, Maddalenas Cheesecake, Mary Queen of Pork, Max's Famous Hot Dogs, MozzArepas, Philly Fry Guy, Pompier Pierogi Flats, Red Hook Lobster Pound, Scuba and the Beast, Shore Good Eats N Treats, Star of the Sea Seafood, Tacoholics, The Cannoli Café, The Tasty Trolley, Tony's Italian Sausage, The Little Sicilian, Good Food=Good Mood, The Cow and the Curd, The Flying Pie Guy, Torta Truck
Grandstand Admission is just $5
General Park is just $5
Children 12 and under are always FREE
Gates open 11am Saturday & Sunday, 11:30am Monday. Festival and racing go until approximately 5:30pm.
No pets allowed
This event is sponsored by The Star-Ledger.