For a seafood fix that doesn't require a ridiculous wait (more on that later), head to this relatively new food truck that serves Pacific Northwest seafood with a little Southwest flair. We liked the miniature King Crab Rolls, which were available for $4 or two tokens. The fresh, sweet crab had just the right amount of spice, and was a perfect size for tasting.
If you're looking for something cool and sweet, you don't want to skip Naturally Sweet. Not only does this truck look pretty awesome, it serves all-natural smoothies and Cartel coffee cold-brew. The sample-sized smoothie cost just $2 or one token, which seemed pretty fair. The Kale Me Crazy smoothie featured organic baby kale, mint, pineapple, mango, banana, orange juice, and organic agave nectar. Our only complaint? We wanted more.
We've already written about how much we like the wood-fired Neapolitan pizzas made by the Focoso food truck, and we loved that unlike most of the pizza places at the event, these folks were selling pizzas by the slice. Rather than just offering full-sized pizzas in several varieties, Focoso allowed customers to pick up a slice of pizza for just a couple bucks. Slices were available in one variety at a time, though the type of slice available changed throughout the day.