Prepare to taste delicious food all day long! The 4th annual Food Truck Rally at the Voodoo Brewery in Homestead will be dishing out irresistible meals from 3pm-8pm. Craving some variety? Some of the confirmed food trucks include burgers, BBQ, tortillas, and homemade ice cream. Dig in!

Blue Sparrow

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Image via Blue Sparrow

The Blue Sparrow is home to the Ramen Burger, Korean BBQ Burrito, and the Grilled Kim Cheese (pictured above). Yes, please! Blue Sparrow talks about mixing old favorites with today, saying, “We take ingredients from around the globe and fuse them with classic street cart dishes.”

Franktuary

Food Truck
Image via Franktuary

Frankfurter’s to a new level! Some of the flavorful franks: vegan sausage, locavore, smoked kielbasa. As their t-shirts say, “Frank You Very Much.” And if there’s ever a frank eating contest–count us in!

PGH Sandwich Society

Food Truck
Image via PGH Sandwich Society

Because who doesn’t love a good burger?! And you gotta love the Pittsburgh references, including the “In-N-Aht Burger”. PGH Sandwich Society likes to freshen things up a bit, through “creating unique flavors and putting a Pittsburgh spin on classic sandwiches.”

Oakmont BBQ

Food Truck
Image via Oakmont BBQ Company

Mouthwatering ribs! You don’t have to wait until the next ribfest cook off–it’s all right here! Enjoy the beef brisket sandwich, St. Louis Ribs, brisket mac, and much more. BBQ season starts with Oakmont BBQ!

Doce Taqueria

Food Truck
Image via Doce Taqueria

Spice up your day with some tasty tortillas. Devour some slow smoked pulled pork carnitas, chopped marinated chicken, spicy beef carne molida, and loaded nachos. And yes, there’s plenty of vegetarian options as well!

Millie’s Homemade Ice Cream

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Image via Millie’s

Homemade ice cream is the new craze–and it’s delish! Cool down with divine flavors, some of which include bananas foster and vanilla almond with spicy honey. It not only looks amazing, but tastes amazing too!  

The event will also feature coffee served up from the Steel Valley Coffee Roasters. A portion of the proceeds benefit the local community kitchen in Homestead. It’s free, family friendly, and dogs can attend too!

Josh McCann

Josh McCann is a contributing writer for Made in PGH, where he writes about events and music. He's a Point Park University alumnus, musician, and founder of the music blog Where The Bands Are. His writing on rock and roll has appeared in the Globe and the Northside Chronicle.

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