Check back later to learn more about the 2021 Festival Food, Beer and Wine Garden. It is a popular spot to take a break with family and friends. There’s something for everyone to enjoy while sitting under our shady umbrella tables while you eat.
The Food Trucks are coming back with lots of delicious items perfect for a snack or lunch. There are so many great options that you’re going to have a hard time making a choice, but that’s okay. It’s a holiday weekend Saturday and Sunday–so why not try all of them. Mix it up with family or friends!
Rock N Roll Coffee
Yucaipa’s own Rock N Roll Coffee will be serving a delightful array of coffee beverages, tempting treats and panini sandwiches that will start your day out right and keep you going during a busy afternoon at the Festival. Be sure to ask about their organic, fair trade roasted beans to go.
Lobster says it all when it comes to the sparkling Cousins Main Lobster Food Trucks. From lobster bisque and clam chowder to juicy, succulent lobster tails and tots, to lobster rolls, tacos, and quesadillas, this truck is a must-stop for seafood lovers. There’s even lobster ice cream for dessert—no kidding!
Fire A Pizza
Fire is who we are. Pizza is what we do. Choose from popular pizza favorites and custom recipes all grilled over a wood fire. You’re going to love our mouth-watering blend of premium crusts, meats, cheeses, veggies and sauce.
Kona Shaved Ice
We’re mobile. We’re fun. We’re stocked with the most incredible flavors you’ve ever tasted. Need a moment of pure bliss? Kona Ice has you covered. Come visit us, let our sweet tunes sweep you away to an island in the middle of the ocean. And while you’re there, kick up your feet and enjoy a nice cup of our premium shaved ice.
The menu includes: Tex-Mex and Vegetarian food: Quesadillas with meat inside (carne asada, chicken, al pastor, vegetarian). Tortas, Nachos Supreme, Tacos, Super Burritos, Bacon Wrapped Hot Dogs, Fresh Cut Fruit Bowls, Fruit Drinks, Virgin Pina Coladas in a Fresh Pineapple
Beer & Wine List
Back by popular demand are some of the Inland Empire’s favorite brewers and winemakers: