Fire & Ice Food Truck Festival

Have plans on New Year’s Day? You should probably call and cancel. The 2020 Fire & Ice Food Truck Festival is just two weeks away, and there’s food and fun for the whole family to celebrate this new year. Held at the Tuckerton Seaport and maritime village in Tuckerton, NJ, there’s plenty of delicious food and fun activities to take part in. So, bust out the gloves and grab a hat and scarf—the celebration is about to begin.

So, what makes this event so special? It’s not your average food truck festival. On January 1st from 12 pm to 6 pm, you can dive into a winter wonderland of outdoor activity with ice sculptures and ice cutting demos. Get an up-close look at how ice and art collide in full-on demonstrations by professional artisans. And while you’re chilling out and bundling up during demos, warm up with a fresh and hot to-go cone from Chank’s Grab-N-Go. With an assortment of mouthwatering flavors like buffalo chicken with truffle hot sauce, “Famous” crab cake, and

Philly cheesesteak (“Whiz Wit,” always!), there’s something for everyone to taste and to try.

Enjoy live music by Gary Philips and explore the area with a nature walk and tours of the Captain’s House. Children’s activities and Make and Take crafts will also be offered at this year’s event. And if you’re concerned with the cold, there’s plenty of delicious food from the food trucks to keep you warm. This year’s lineup of trucks brings the heat to the Fire & Ice Food Truck Festival, so you won’t want to miss it.

Oh, did we mention the fireworks? How could we forget? At 6 pm, huddle up and watch the burning colors glitter over the icy lake. Organizers encourage festival-goers to bring along beach chairs and blankets to get comfortable. That way, you can kick back, relax, and chow down while you ooh and ahh over New Year’s day fireworks with family and friends.

The Fire & Ice Food Truck Festival is a free event hosted by Chank’s Grab-N-Go. Kick off the new year with a little fire and fun. 

Chank’s Grab-N-Go was founded in 2019 with one main goal in mind: portability. And if you’re a foodie like we are, Chank’s truck is perfect for your next event. No matter a business luncheon, wedding reception, birthday party, graduation, or fundraiser. Learn more about their catering services, and contact them today for all upcoming events.

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