Hillside was full of so many local eats. Here’s what I ate over the weekend.
Flying Chesnut Kitchen had a dozen oysters for $20 so I had 2 dozen on the weekend. They were PEI oysters and super fresh.
Of course you can’t visit Flying Chesnut without having an Indian Taco! They even had breakfast ones in the morning with sausage and eggs.
Rodolfo’s Rebel Foods had a chimichanga platter with salad and nachos!
Delicious liquid chocolate was available at ChocoSol. It was served cold to cool patrons off from the hot weather.
Two Men and a Grill had bahn mi sandwiches that used kimchi as the pickled vegetables.
I bought this random giant pickle from a guy selling giant pickles.
I couldn’t resist getting a grilled corn at Sausage Brothers.
The ChocoSol stand also had delicious tamales topped with fresh vegetables and roasted pumpkin seeds.
Cashew chicken, mango salad and rice from LemonGrass Thai Food.
Lastly, I couldn’t resist getting a full order of nachos from Rodolfo’s.
Now a few more days until I eat the next festival away!