Craving Antojitos de Abuelita's pambazos? How about Sabor de Bahia's acaraje? Or Mama Koh's Korean chicken wings? They're all here — and more — so bring fistfuls of cash (everything's of “tasting menu” size in the $1-to-$5 range) and get ready to gorge. Food trucks scheduled to be on scene: Flying Pig, Fishlips, Komodo, the Buttermilk Truck, the Grilled Cheese Truck, the Sweets Truck, Fresser's, Frysmith and Slice Truck. Admission also gets you fun in a street food–themed photo booth, plus live performances courtesy Capoeira Batuque and offbeat wares on offer from the local designers and artists of Unique L.A. We recommended splurging on the VIP pass (presale only), which, for $30, includes “a bird's-eye view of the festival, premium gift bags, luxe street food from a surprise chef guest, a private bar and access to indoor restrooms.”

Sat., Feb. 13, 11 a.m.-5 p.m., 2010

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