Arts Fest: Meat-on-a-Stick and Other Fest Foods
Meat-on-a-stick has been a staple of the Central Pennsylvania Festival of the Arts for years, and the spreads out during Wednesday’s Children’s Day certainly didn’t disappoint. In addition to at least three meat vendors, there were fries, lemonade, strudel, hot AND corn dogs, and lots of other treats for sale.
Take a look at what we saw, and check out the full list of food vendors below. Let us know your favorite Arts Fest food in the comments!
Arts Fest 2011 Food Vendor List
ALLEN AND CALDER WAY
Helmut’s Strudel (Conneaut Lake, PA)
Apricot, apple, cherry, cheese, almond, puff-spinach and broccoli strudels; Beef Wellington roll, lemon pepper chicken, German roasted almonds, fresh fruit bowl, hand twisted fresh dough pretzel, fresh fruit smoothie, fresh squeezed lemonade
ALLEN AND HIGHLAND
Chan’s Golden Gate (Pittsburgh, PA)
Egg rolls, chicken on a stick with rice or lo mein, vegetable rice & lo mein, shrimp fried rice, chicken fried rice, gyros, Greek salad, sausage sandwich, corn dog, fries, fresh squeezed lemonade
ALLEN AND FOSTER
Simon’s Concessions (Pittsburgh, PA)
Pierogies, Haluski, potato pancakes, cabbage rolls, Bourbon Chicken with rice or salad, Philly cheesesteak, Mexican fajita on pita, chicken fingers with fries, Italian or Polish sausage, chocolate covered strawberries, cheesecake, fudge
ALLEN AND NITTANY
Nick the Greek (Pittsburgh, PA)
Coconut Shrimp on a stick, gyros, Mediterranean salad, Philly cheese steak, fresh squeezed lemonade
FRASER AND NITTANY
Chesapeake Foods (Baldwin, MD)
Chicken Caesar salad, London broil, Italian sausage, fresh squeezed lemonade
SIDNEY FRIEDMAN PARK
Chesapeake Diversified Foods (Chestertown, MD)
London broil, Maryland crab cake, smoked turkey legs, gyros, Italian sausage, hot dog, pulled pork, and fresh squeezed lemonade
Hanson’s Kettle Korn (Sarver, PA)
Kettle popcorn and shaved ice
Penn State Creamery
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