Satisfy your culinary cravings at the Shoreline Arts Festival

Sunday, June 19, 2016

Come tickle your taste buds and listen to some great music at the Shoreline Arts Festival Food Truck Food Court during the Festival on Saturday, June 25 10am-6pm and Sunday, June 26 10am-5pm at the Shoreline Center, 18560 1st Ave NE.

There are some delicious new options headed your way this year, in addition to some Shoreline Arts Festival Favorites. Check out the line-up:

Ohana BBQ
Back by popular demand this Hawaiian BBQ specializes in dishes from the many different ethnic cultures that make up the Hawaiian “melting pot.” Get into the spirit on Saturday by picking up some Ohana BBQ and then taking it to the Festival Beer Garden at 4pm to see some hula dancing from Honkulani’s Hula Studio and the Kupunas.

Galaxy Donuts
Small and mighty, these mini donuts are just what you need to start your festival experience off right. With over thirty flavors and varieties, they have something for every taste. Pro tip: pick up some donuts then head over the free coffee cart provided by Fidalgo Bay Coffee Roasters, located in the Artist Marketplace, and get some shopping in before the crowds.

Curb Jumper Street Eats
Gourmet sliders and specialty sandwiches served out of a sleek and stylish truck sure shake up your comfort food. Pro tip: after the lunch rush, swing back around to Curb Jumper and beat the heat with some ice cream. They serve Gelatiamo Gelato and Fat Boy Ice Cream Sandwiches.

The Caveman Food Truck
When a food truck describes their offerings by saying “We do meat on a stick!” and then continues with “Made fresh with locally sourced products,” how can you not give them a try? Surprisingly, the Caveman Food Truck also has one of the most mouthwatering vegetarian options too, with slow roasted veggies (also on a stick!).

It’s BAO Time
An homage to the original Taiwanese night market foods, it’s BAO Time brings authentic street food from the streets of Taipei to Shoreline. Pick up a BAO (Taiwanese steamed bun sliders with a variety of fillings) and then wander the festival with your tasty treat.

Athena’s Food Truck
A regional favorite, Athena’s will be bringing their delicious Greek food (including Greek Fries topped with garlic, Tzatziki sauce, Kalamata olives, and crumbled feta!!) to the Shoreline Arts Festival for the first time. Come grab a bite and then take it to see one of the performers on the Showmobile Outdoor Stage.

Bomba Fusion
You don’t hear the phrase “Korean-Mexican Fusion” too often, but you should because it’s fantastic! Serving Bibimbap burritos and tacos, this truck has vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free options, proving you can be adventurous and satisfy your dietary restrictions. Get into the spirit by grabbing some Bibimbap and checking out the Explore Korea! Cultural Room.

Ma and Pa Kettle Corn
It’s just not a festival without a bag of hot Kettle Corn to munch on as you shop your way through the Artist Marketplace. Grab a bag and head into the sea of white tents to find your next treasured artwork. 10 points if you can make it to the other end with popcorn still in your bag!

Senior Center Breakfast
This is the real deal and an Arts Festival Tradition. Come early and fill up with a hearty breakfast before the festival opens. Choose between a stack of pancakes or a Belgium waffle with sausage and eggs for $7, or get the Shoreline Scramble with home fries for $8. Breakfast starts at 8:30am.

The Shoreline Arts Festival is a free, two-day event organized by the Shoreline-Lake Forest Park Arts Council. The Arts Council would like to thank the City of Shoreline, City of Lake Forest Park, 4Culture, Arts WA and all of their sponsors, donors, and members for making this event possible year after year.

Free shuttle route to the Arts Festival
Avoid the stress of parking by taking the Free Arts Festival Shuttle. The shuttle will run in a loop stopping at Meridian Park Elementary, Cromwell Park, and the Shoreline Center every 15 minutes during festival hours (Saturday, June 25 10am-6pm and Sunday, June 26 10am-5pm). Thank you to Shoreline Community College for providing this service.

The Shoreline-Lake Forest Park Arts Council is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization whose mission is to cultivate creativity and inspire our community through the arts.


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