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No music and arts festival is complete without a smorgasbord of food.
Next month, more than 30 food trucks will take over James Street North to feed hungry Supercrawlers.
The weekend-long fun that runs from Sept. 9 to 11 will feature dishes from all around the world to celebrate the return of Hamilton’s beloved festival.
Check out the list below and plan your food tour:
50 Pesos Fill up on Latin food with handmade churros, salsas, guacamole, bean dips, empanadas, tamales and quesadillas.
Buster’s Sea Cove Snag a fresh lobster roll in a toasted roll or have a bite of Buster’s crab cake burger on a warm potato bun topped with coleslaw, jerk aioli and cheddar cheese.
Cheesecake by Heirloom Cheesecake on a stick? Say less. Indulge in this one-of-a-kind dessert dipped in hazelnut, creamy peanut butter or simply covered in milk chocolate.
Festival Food Inc. A staple of Canadian food festivals, this all-in-one food truck offers funnel cakes, jumbo corn dogs and deep fried pickles.
Get Your Own Taters Customizable taters with a choice of handcrafted signature sauces with vegan, vegetarian, dairy-free and halal options.
Green Machine Smoothies Healthy smoothies, juices and meals prepared with Ontario-grown produce.
Stuffed. Handcrafted Perogies Enjoy handcrafted perogies and other staples of the European cuisine.
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