Mohave County
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Volume 24 Issue 3

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Bullhead City Food Truck Fest Returns in November

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November 2023

As the sun dips below the horizon, casting a golden glow over the Miracle Mile Event Center, a symphony of aromas beckons food lovers from near and far. This isn’t your average Friday night in Bullhead City, Arizona. The Bullhead Foodie Truck Fest is here, transforming the familiar stretch of road into a vibrant tapestry of flavors, music, and community spirit.
On November 17, from 6 to 9 p.m., the Bullhead Food Truck Coalition will be presenting an epicurean adventure like no other. The event promises a gathering of the most popular food trucks in the region, each with a menu more tantalizing than the last. The Crepe Guy will be spinning his delicate pancakes with a twist, while Loaded & Baked will offer a gourmet take on comfort food classics.
The Miracle Mile Event Center, an oasis in the heart of Bullhead City at 2580 Miracle Mile Road, will host the free-admission event. It’s an all-ages celebration where the young and young at heart can savor not just the food but the festive atmosphere as well.
As the food trucks fire up their grills, visitors can sway to the rhythm of local bands, their melodies an irresistible invitation to dance. Between bites of gourmet burgers, artisanal tacos, and crispy fries, guests can sip on craft cocktails, reveling in the desert evening’s balmy embrace.
The Bullhead Foodie Truck Fest is more than just a culinary event; it’s a testament to the city’s growing food scene and its communal spirit. The Coalition encourages everyone to follow their Facebook page for mouth-watering menu teasers and event updates, ensuring that foodies can plot their course for the evening.
So, mark your calendars and bring your appetite. The Bullhead Foodie Truck Fest awaits, promising an evening of delicious food, convivial company, and memories that will linger long after the last crumb has been savored. See you there, Bullhead City!

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