Tuckerton Seaport’s signature event returns for the 4th consecutive year with a North Jersey vs South Jersey twist. The festival will be held on Saturday, May 6th from 11am-6pm. As in years past, attendees can expect food and fun from over a dozen food trucks featuring the best from North and South Jersey, as well as 12 craft brews and live music; additionally, this year’s event will have settle the great debate in the Garden State: is it Porkroll or Taylorham?
Gourmet food trucks will offer their traditional menus alongside additional menu items featuring Porkroll or Taylorham. These new recipes were created exclusively for our event.
Beach chairs and blankets are welcomed! Tuckerton Seaport & Baymen’s Museum is located at 120 West Main Street in the heart of historic Tuckerton. Event admission is $10 for adults, and free for Seaport Members and children under 5. Save $1 on admission by bringing an item to donate to the Tuckerton Food Pantry.
Event admission includes access to the Seaport’s 40 acres of family fun, featuring maritime activities, historic and recreated buildings, live animals, a boardwalk, miniature golf course, and exhibits. Food, beer, and wine prices are set by the individual vendors. For more information, find the Tuckerton Seaport on Facebook and Periscope or call 609-296-8868.
Cheese - Grilled Cheese
Chimeny Cake Factory - Transylvanian Specialty
Pompier Pierogi Flats
Beast of the Street
Mannino's Cannoli Express
Five Sisters Truck
JB Woodfired Pizza
Johnny's PorkRoll and Coffee Too (#PorkRollTruck)
Meat Wagon BBQ
No-Cost Event on Growing or Launching a Food Business in New Jersey
Panel Discussion Kicking off National Small Business Week with Restaurateurs Joe Leone, Mark Cohen, Whole Foods Market Regional Buyer John Lawson, Food Truck Entrepreneur John Yarusi, Ocean County Health Department, OCVTS Adult Culinary Arts Program/Cuisine on the Green at Atlantis and Rutgers Food Innovation Center
America’s SBDC New Jersey at Brookdale Community College invites entrepreneurs to attend a no-cost, high-impact Foodiepreneur event. The workshop is geared towards people looking to grow or launch a food business in New Jersey such as a restaurant, food truck, commercial food product development and/or artisan goods. This no-cost event will take place on Monday, May 1, 2017 9:00 am until 12:30 pmat Ocean County College in Toms River, NJ. This event kicks off National Small Business Week.
Foodiepreneur: The Business of Food will give current and potential food entrepreneurs candid insight from the experts into one of the largest industries in our area. The goal of Foodiepreneur is to facilitate a real dialog about topics that are important to entrepreneurs in the food industry. This highly regarded panel is comprised of accomplished entrepreneurs such as Joe Leone, Mark Cohen and John Yarusi as well as the Regional Buyer for Whole Foods Market, John Lawson and essential resource partners such as the Ocean County Health Department, the OCVTS/Cuisine on the Green at Atlantis and Rutgers Food Innovation Center. These panelists have successfully navigated the process of launching and growing food businesses and will discuss their backgrounds, successes and challenges throughout the process and offer insight to fellow business owners. Whole Foods Market Regional Buyer John Lawson and Rutgers Food Innovation Center will speak on food product development, commercialization and selection. The Ocean County Health Department will discuss local guidelines pertaining to food preparation commercial consumption and the OCVTS/Cuisine on the Green at Atlantis will discuss culinary training programs available. A Q&A exchange will conclude this event.
Seating is limited for this for this no-cost event and spots will go fast. To register call 732-842-8685 or click below
Register at http://bit.ly/FoodiepreneurOCC
Psych Yourself Up for World-Class Coasters and Chow Down on Delicious Food Truck Fare!
Join us for the 4th annual Fast Tracks and Food Trucks festival with 15 food trucks all with delicious treats! Food Truck area is open from 12 to 7 p.m. each day and the wine sampling is open from 1 to 5 p.m. each day.
Admission to the festival is included with theme park admission or a season pass. Food is available for an additional fee. Entrance to the event is located in Movietown. Wine tasting portion requires a ticket. Tickets are available online for $10.99 in advance. Discounted theme park tickets will also be available for the day.
- Cajun Jax BBQ (link is external) - A taste of the old south with a Cajun twist
- Carnivale Donut Bar (link is external) - Signature "Over the Top" shakes
- Empanada Guy (link is external) - Gourmet Latin pastries and tapas
- Gyros To Go (link is external) - Custom made Greek-American food
- Johnny's pork Roll (link is external)- Building an army of pork roll fans one sandwich at a time
- My Four Suns (link is external) - Authentic Korean-fusion cuisine
- Oink and Moo BBQ (link is external) - American BBQ and Tex-Mex
- Star of the Sea Seafood (link is external) - Homemade, hand-prepped seafood
- Suzie's Rolling Wrappers (link is external) - Gourmet, deep-fried wrappers
- Sweet Lavender (link is external) - Simple yet sophisticated desserts
- The Flying Pie Guy (link is external) - Hand held savory Aussie pies
- The Guac Spot (link is external) - Artfully-crafted, avocado-inspired tacos, sliders & desserts
- The Little Sicilian (link is external) - Specializing in many varieties of Sicilian riceballs
- Waffle de Lys (link is external) - Authentic Belgian waffles with a French twist
- Zinnas Eatz (link is external) - Next level Italian comfort
The Trenton Punk Rock Flea Market takes place three times per year at the historic Roebling Wire Works building in Trenton, New Jersey. Our team embraces a life-long love of punk rock and hardcore, DIY ethics, the arts, tattoos, copious amounts of coffee, the occasional shot of Jameson and a solid, well-styled quiff. The mission of founder Joseph Kuzemka was to create a flea market experience in his hometown that is unlike any other, bringing together vendors that touch upon the aforementioned themes while adding the component of gourmet food truck cuisine in a safe, family-friendly shopping environment. Our market is a curated collection of more than 200 vendors from eight states that sell everything from vintage clothing, original artwork, antiques, handmade jewelry, t-shirts, vintage toys, vinyl, bone jewelry, taxidermy, as well as every other sort of interesting curiosity or unique collectible imaginable.
We held our first event in 2013 with just over 50 vendors and two food trucks, and have now grown into our larger home, just down the street, with the addition of a dozen food trucks, special attractions, celebrity appearances, our legendary Black Swag Bags, and much, much more! The Huffington Post named us one of the Best Flea Markets in America in 2014, and that is due in large part to the truly symbiotic relationship that exists between us and our vendors. This talented tally of creative folks are our life’s blood, and we pride ourselves in providing a low-cost, first-class retail platform for local artisans and makers that allows them to bring high-quality goods direct to a large customer base. There are countless other punk rock flea markets, but we’d like to think that our unbelievably hardworking and dedicated team puts on the one of the best shows of this kind in the entire world.
Make your way down to New Jersey’s Capital City, and come see what the Trenton Punk Rock Flea Market is all about!