|“Castaic Days” at Castaic Lake, 32132 Castaic Lake Dr. 5-9pm with @ShrimpPimpTruck @AuntiesFryBread @NoResCatering @Coolhaus @KomodoFood @RebelBite @Sugar_Babies @sloppygourmet and @GreasyWiener|
Spanning from Main Street to Venice Boulevard, food trucks including Baby’s Badass Burgers, Border Grill Truck, The Dim Sum Truck, Knockout Taco Truck, Dogtown Dogs, South Philly Experience and Cool Haus, and beer gardens from The Brig, Stella Artois and Widmer Brothers Brewing will fill up Abbot Kinney Boulevard.
The music lineup looks good too, with performances by Thundercat, Dumbfoundead and Mia Doi Todd, among others.
Click the trucks to sample the flavor:
WED: 6:00pm – Dogtown Dogs
THU: 6:00pm – Border Grill
FRI: 6:00pm – Vizzi
SAT: Noon – Kogi BBQ … 6:00pm – Jody Maroni
SUN: Noon-5:00pm – Baby’s Bad Ass Burgers & Knockout Taco
*Subject to change – Check @thebrigvenice on Twitter for updates
September 24-25, 2011
The 4th weekend of EVERY month we offer a monthly marketplace that is fun, festive and entertaining for the entire family. Open from 9am to 5pm, Saturday and 8am-3pm, Sunday.Vendors offer arts, crafts, handmade items and new merchandise presented by some of Santa Clarita’s most innovative and creative entrepreneurs.So come on by to browse, shop and have lunch.
We are joined by the very popular Certified Farmer’s Market on Sundays from 8am-12pm.Come early and come often as the admission and parking are always FREE!We will continue to look for new vendors, entertainment and attractions for you to enjoy month after month.
|College of the Canyons, Parking Lot #8
26455 Rockwell Cyn Rd
Valencia, CA 91355
FUTURE FAIR DATES:
4th Weekend of EVERY Month
September 24-25, 2011
October 22-23, 2011
November 26-27, 2011
December 17-18, 2011
On September 19, 2011, Hop Phan from Dos Chinos and Jason Quinn from the Lime Truck joined forces to have a special “pop up” restaurant at the Shark Club. There were 2 seatings (6:00 pm and 9:00 pm) and each seating was limited to 100 people. The food was served “family style” and there were 6 courses for $50. Diners had the option of pairing their dinner with special cocktails for an additional cost.
Apologies for some of the photos. The club was very dark, and the lighting was not the best for taking pictures of food (or people).
Congratulations, Hop and Jason. Every item was well thought out, and the food and event was perfectly executed.
|Shrimp Ceviche with the Tostadas|
|The Bahn Mi salad|
|The Oxtail soup (not pictured: roasted bone marrow butter)|
|Chicken Tikka Masala|
|Crispy skin charred lemongrass salmon
with mango, watermelon, tomatillo sauce, orange scented cous cous
|Green goose plout cobbler
with vanilla bean passion fruit yogurt