Holy rolling restaurants, Batman — it’s a food-truck takeover on the Grand Strand! Whether your taste runs to barbecue or pizza, lobster or cupcakes, burgers or boiled peanuts, there will be something to tickle your taste buds at the Myrtle Beach Food Truck Festival.
The popular event returns April 20–22 to the Oceanfront Boardwalk District at the Burroughs & Chapin Pavilion Place between 8th and 9th Avenues North in Myrtle Beach. It’s free to attend and includes live entertainment throughout the weekend.
The festivities happen Friday from 6–10 p.m., Saturday from 11 a.m.–10 p.m., and Sunday from 11 a.m.–6 p.m. On Saturday, there will be a car show and a cornhole tournament hosted by Coastal Tailgating. There will also be a huge kids’ zone each day featuring ticketed attractions, such as a bounce house, carnival games, slides and other activities.
Participating food trucks will include:
Brain Freeze — Mouthwatering premium Italian ice, hand-dipped ice cream, and gourmet kettle corn
Trojan Cow — Burgers made to order … some with crazy toppings, like fried chicken and mac ’n cheese
Be Well Meals and Juice Bar — Farm-to-table dishes for an energetic and healthy lifestyle
Roy’s Nutz and Buttz — Smoked meat, sides, and boiled peanuts, not to mention bacon-wrapped Gonzo Dogs
Benito’s Rolling Oven — Wood-fired, New York-style pizza, from traditional (pepperoni or margherita) to adventurous (clams and shrimp or Jamaican)
Lowcountry Lobster — Award-winning, traditional, New England-style lobster rolls, plus creative options like tequila lime mayo or whiskey bourbon butter glaze
Charleston Flats — Creative flatbreads, such as the “Charleston” with pulled pork, roasted pineapple, cheddar, jalapeños and bbq sauce
Crave CupCake Boutique — Baked fresh daily, with sugar-free and gluten-free options available
The Roasted Bean — Coffee made from house-roasted beans
Chazito’s Latin Cuisine — Authentic yet innovative Puerto Rican food
Fishin’ Fellas — Delicious and fresh seafood, cooked to order at an affordable price
Booze Pops — Frozen cocktails, wine pops and non-alcoholic frozen treats
Braised in the South — The creation of three best-friend chefs serving Southern-inspired food in a relaxed manner
Jersey Dogs — Proudly bringing New Jersey-style hot dogs with unique toppings to the Grand Strand
Any many more!
This year’s charity benefactor is Grand Strand Miracle Leagues. Founded in 2001 as only the second all-access baseball league in the nation, the Miracle League was created to give special-needs children the life-changing opportunity to play and win. League baseball teams have competed in the Special Olympics, and the program has expanded to include soccer, golf and an all-access playground.
See a complete lineup of the food trucks and learn about the entertainment lineup at myrtlebeachfoodtruckfestival.com. You can build a weekend around Myrtle Beach activities, fueling up and enjoying some tunes at the Myrtle Beach Food Truck Festival, and relaxing with the comfortable oceanfront accommodations and wide-ranging amenities found at The Breakers Resort. Book your Myrtle Beach getaway now — let us host you and your family as you make some memories on the Grand Strand!