The best in Oklahoma gather for the most delicious showdown around for the Oklahoma Food Truck Championship in downtown Chickasha. This 2nd annual event is a sure crowd pleaser, as food truck vendors from around the state battle to be the best.
The event takes place from 10:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 5 in Downtown Chickasha.
Twenty vendors are on this years’ line-up and are ready to show off their culinary expertise and skills, hoping to be this years’ big winner. Winning categories include 1st through 3rd place, Most Creative and Fan Favorite. Each one with a chance to win up to $10,000 in cash prizes. $5,000 for this year’s Champion.
“This event is fun, competitive, delicious and a sure way to show off the great work our food truck friends do.”, says Josh Woods, OFTC Organizer.
Three guest judges, Chef Bri from Packard’s Restaurant, Chickasha Mayor Chris Mosley, and local food expert Elizabeth Allen will be tasked with picking the best of the best.
This event is free to the public, and each vendor will be open for regular sales for both lunch and dinner. Other events of the day include the Rock Island Arts Festival, Rock Island Ride, live music from Billy Elkins, The Imaginaries, and an axe throwing exhibition. Also, on hand, the grand opening of Canadian River Brewing for folks wanting to try out Oklahoma’s newest craft beers.
Chickasha Mayor Chris Mosley says, “We look forward to hosting everyone. Not only is there great food but both the Rock Island Arts Festival and Rock Island Ride are taking place that day. See you there!”
The lineup of Food Truck Championship competitors include: Chef Ray's Sweet Eats, Metro Minis OKC, The Fried Taco, Creek Bottom Burgers, Filipino Fusion, Contrabandz Ice Cream Lab, Rolled Up, MOB Grill, Whole Latte Pie, Rockin Rotolo Food Truck, The Healthy Hippo/Benedict Street Marketplace, JJ's Burgers and Dawgs, Wemer's Brats, Pop's Pockets, Dos Gringos Cabana, Boss n' Hogs BBQ, Smacks Food Shack, 402 Grill, Smokin Joe's On-The-Go, I Don't Know and I Don't Care Food Truck.