What’s cookin’ at the Fourth Avenue Winter Street Fair 2021

December 7, 2021
By Matt Sterner

Walk, shop, eat, repeat.

After a couple of cancellations due to the pandemic, the Fourth Avenue Street Fair has returned to delight its visitors, shoppers, and most importantly, the eaters.

The winter season’s festivities begin at 10 a.m. until dusk on Friday, December 10 – Sunday, December 12, 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.

Fourth Avenue Street Fair
Photo courtesy of Fourth Avenue Merchants Association on Facebook

If you’re concerned about where to park, there are a few options this time around. A free shuttle service is provided from the Pennington Street Garage and the Tyndal Avenue Garage by VIP Taxi. The Fourth Avenue Merchant Association also recommends parking along the Modern Streetcar line and using Sun Link.

Check out the list of this year’s vendors that are dishin’ out the goods this year.

AJ’s Fry Bread


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.

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 

(Credit: Flickr/ southernfoodwaysalliance)

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

India Gourmet Indonesian Satay BBQ

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

Jakes 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.

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.

JPZ Concessions

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

Kountry Kettle Kitchen Kettle Korn

(Credit: Flickr/dearbarbz365)
(Credit: Flickr/ dearbarbz365 )

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

The Orange Place

(Credit: Flickr/stuart_spivack)
(Credit: Flickr/ stuart_spivack )

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

Other notable vendors include:

  • AECO SRL – Haystack Onion Strings, Curly Fries, Gyro
  • Cruising Cones
  • Feinga Enterprise Frybread
  • Festive Desert Grill
  • Golden Sun
  • Greek Snack
  • Island Grilled Cheese
  • Heavy Kettle Corn
  • Hot & Sizzling Grill
  • International Foods – Greek Food and Juices
  • Jerry’s Fresh Lemonade
  • Kabob Shack
  • KoolTwists
  • Mu’s Kitchen & Catering
  • Sally’s BBQ
  • Stizzy’s – Boba Tea, Tacos Al Pastor, Roasted Corn
  • The Goods Smoke & Grill
  • The Lemon
  • Thomas Family Traditions

Aside from the pop-up eating spots that are set to line up and down the avenue, many of the brick-and-mortar restaurants will be open for business, too, during the Street Fair.

Fourth Avenue Restaurants & Drinking Spots

Brooklyn Pizza Company
Photo courtesy of Brooklyn Pizza Company on Facebook
  • 4th Avenue Deli
  • BOCA Tacos y Tequila
  • Bawker Bawker Cider House
  • Bison Witches Bar & Deli
  • The Boxyard
  • Brooklyn Pizza
  • Caruso’s
  • Che’s Lounge
  • Lindy’s on 4th
  • Magpies Gourmet Pizza
  • Surly Wench Pub
  • Thunder Bacon Burger Co.
  • Tumerico on 4th  

The street fair will take on Fourth Avenue on Friday, December 10 – Sunday, December 12. For more information about the vendors, a map of the fair, and more, visit fourthavenue.org.

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