Friday Night: Granda Grubfest

Every Friday Night from 4-10pm. 
Blocks of Gourmet Food Trucks located on the 18000 Block of Chatsworth Street

Sept 26: Santa Anita, KROQ Beer Festival

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Celebrate Breeders’ Cup Challenge Day in the infield at the KROQ Beer Festival featuring rock band Metalachi. The cold craft brews, delicous food trucks and live music are only part of a HUGE day of racing, including five Grade 1 “Win & You’re In” stakes races. The best part, admission and parking is FREE to this event when you enter Gate 6 off of Colorado Place.

Go KROQ Backstage for only $35: 

  • Two (2) Drink Scrips (good for one drink each)
  • Lunch Voucher to Slammin’ Sliders (includes 2 sliders & 1 side)
  • Breeders’ Cup World Championships Tote Bag
  • Access to KROQ Backstage area w/ private bathrooms and wagering
  • Racing program
  • Tip sheet
  • Children Policy
    1. Children 17 and under are free for General Admission and Club House Admission to the races only. Special packages do not apply.
    2. Some Packages do have a special Children’s ticket pricing, those tickets can be purchased from the shopping cart. Children 17 and under do NOT receive free admission to these packages.
     3. Please be aware some packages have restrictions for children. Please be aware of warnings like “You must be 21 Years or older to enter this area”

    Groupon / Living Social Deals on Food trucks!

    Classic American Comfort Food for Two or Four at The Lobos Truck (Up to 52% Off) 

    Food trucks remove the temptations associated with takeout, such as eating on the car ride home or hurling your rotisserie chicken at litterers. Keep your food hot and your temper cool with this Groupon.

    Choose Between Two Options

    • $13 for meal for two with two entrees and two drinks ($27 value)
    • $27 for meal for four with four entrees and four drinks ($54 value)
    • See the menu

    The Lobos Truck

    Cuisine Type: American Comfort Food
    Established: 2012
    Most popular offering: Chinook Burger
    Kid-friendly: Yes
    Alcohol: None
    Delivery / Take-out Available: Takeout Only
    Owned and operated by Chef Jasmine, the mobile eatery’s menu specializes in classic American comfort food. Few foods inspire the warm fuzzies like burgers, criss-cut waffles fries, and mac ‘n’ cheese, but the mobile eatery’s chefs invest each dish with a gourmet twist. For instance, the Chinook Burger—the truck’s most popular offering—upgrades the standard quarter-pound Angus patty to a 1/3 pound American Kobe Beef (Wagyu) burger, the mayo to garlic aioli, and the traditional bun with fresh baked Brioche. The criss-cut waffle fries most often appear as Wachos, a re-imagining of nachos with toppings such as guacamole, scallions, and the spicy Green Dragon sauce. This combination of familiar eats and imagination earned a nomination for Los Angeles Hotlist’s 2013 Best Food Truck award—the Lobos Truck team came in third out 43 nominees. The team has also been featured on Fox 11 Good Morning LA and The Carson Daily Show on AMP Radio.


    $12 for Two Groupons, Each Good for $10 Worth of Food and Drink at Dogzilla Hot Dogs ($20 Value) 

    The Deal

    Dogzilla Hot Dogs

    The Dogzilla food truck isn’t your average hot dog spot. Proof: even the “plain jane”, a dog topped with classic ingredients like ketchup, mustard, onions and sweet relish, gets a signature touch in the form of a toasted sweet Hawaiian bun. From there, the options grow ever-more adventurous. The all-beef franks boast toppings like yakisoba noodles, furikake seasoning, and jalapeño aioli. Customers can even customize their dog by choosing one of the signature styles, then adding extras such as a fried egg or avocado, or by swapping the traditional frank for a spicy pork sausage or veggie dog.

    Street Food Cinema Ticket: Select dates through October 31

    • One Ticket to Your Choice of Film
    • Live Music, Food Trucks, Audience Games & More
    • Following Purchase, Register Your Voucher Online
    Classic films paired with food trucks? No, you’re not dreaming. That’s what you’ll find (and more) at Street Food Cinema, an outdoor movie series also featuring live music — one more reason to get super excited for all that 2015 has to offer. Choose a one single-day ticket to see the film of your choice — whichever film you select, show up when doors open at 5:30 p.m. to show off your cinema chops during a movie-themed audience game, grab a bite from your favorite food truck, and enjoy the live music acts.

    $8 ($12 value) for one single-night ticket to one of the following:
    Fight Club on September 19 at Westchester Park
    The Addams Family on October 3 at Victory Park
    Scarface on October 10 at Exposition Park
    Lost Boys on October 24 at Westchester Park
    Shaun of the Dead on October 31 at Exposition Park

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