17 September, 2019, 02:38

What’s cookin’ at the Fourth Avenue Spring Street Fair 2019

Walk, shop, eat, repeat.

The Fourth Avenue Street Fair always delights visitors, shoppers, and most importantly, the eaters.

The spring season’s festivities run from Friday, March 22 – Sunday, March 24, and there are going to be plenty of edible items to get your hands on. Although, it can be hard to decide what you’d like to eat when you’re inhaling aromas from several different food trucks at once.

Check out the list of this year’s vendors and if we’ve missed anything let us know in the comments.

AJ’s Fry Bread

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Fry bread at the street fair is a crowd favorite and AJ’s Fry Bread is where you can get it. No relation to AJ’s Fine Foods.

BBQ 4 U

(Credit: BBQ 4 U)

(Credit: BBQ 4 U)

BBQ 4 U has been attending Tucson’s street fair since 1998. The food is a visitor favorite.

Blue Banjo BBQ

(Credit: Blue Banjo BBQ)

(Credit: Blue Banjo BBQ)

Known for barbecue, Blue Banjo prepares all dishes onsite over mesquite.

Look for tri-tip, roasted chicken, pulled pork, bratwurst, and hot wings.

Chans Concessions 

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(Credit: Flickr/ southernfoodwaysalliance)

Also found at the Pima County Fair, Chans Concessions offers chicken on a stick, egg rolls, and shrimp fried rice.

The Corn Roasters

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According to Yelp, The Corn Roasters sells ears of roasted corn with a selection of spices, sauces, and salts.

Hot Pops

Kettle corn is a street fair classic. Salty and sweet, this snack will have you coming back for more.

Indonesian Satay

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(Credit: Flickr/ thefalcon)

If you’re into Indonesian food, and more specifically satay, this is the booth for you.

Jake’s Donuts 

(Credit: Jake's Donuts)

(Credit: Jake’s Donuts)

Who says doughnuts are limited to breakfast? No one. Find them all day at this booth.

JPZ Concessions

Nothing says street fair like Giant Texas Corn Dogs. Grab one at JPZ Concessions, or try their Green Chile Cheese Fries.

JJ & Sons Piggly Wiggly

(Credit: Piggly's)

(Credit: Piggly’s)

Piggly Wiggly has become a fair favorite over the years. JJ’s offers burgers, barbecue, and giant turkey legs.

Kountry Kettle Kitchen Kettle Korn

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(Credit: Flickr/ dearbarbz365 )

Nothing says “street fair” like the smell of kettle corn and sticky fingers.

Mutts Hot Dogs & Sausage 

(Credit: Mutts)

(Credit: Mutts)

You wouldn’t know by their name, but Mutts also offers breakfast items, soups, and salads.

The Orange Place

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(Credit: Flickr/ stuart_spivack )

Classic American food, such as burgers, fries, and hot dogs are served.

S&B First Cook Chinese

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(Credit: Flickr/ pixeleden)

Another crowd favorite is making a comeback at the street fair.

S&B serves barbecued meat on a stick, along with egg rolls, chow mein, and shrimp tempura.

Other notable vendors include:
  •  Aeco Greek
  • Baja Smoothies
  • Bayou Billy’s Dixie Sweet Tea
  • BOBA Tea
  • Brandini Toffee
  • Giacomos Catering
  • Greek Snack
  • Hot & Sizzling Grill
  • Iceholes
  • Jerry’s Lemonade
  • Kabob Shack
  • Kettlelicious
  • Macho Nacho
  • Mister Coolee
  • Monster Snack
  • Nuttylicious
  • Pam’s Kitchen
  • Piggly’s Seafood
  • PHD & ME
  • Sophia’s Kitchen
  • St. Demetrios Church
  • The Lemon
  • Wyly Coyote

The complete map of where you can find them is at fourthavenue.org.

The street fair will take on Fourth Avenue on Friday, March 22 – Sunday, March 24. For more information about the vendors, a map of the fair, and more, visit fourthavenue.org.

Matt Sterner is a journalist, novelist, loves films, and would like to think he's a filmmaker. When he's eating, he likes to talk with his mouth full and write about it.

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