If you know anything about me I love a good food truck event. It’s something about being in the presence of a bunch of different restaurants at once that really can make any day perfect.

Laurita Winery in New Egypt, New Jersey, is putting on another one of their amazing food truck festivals on Saturday, May 21st.

So in just a few weeks, you’ll be able to make your way out and get a chance to not only taste test a bunch of local restaurants' food but get a chance to sip on some wine all day.

The festival is completely outdoors and is explained as a “fun-filled day of relaxing fun on the grounds of Laurita Winery - a great place to enjoy outstanding wines with friends and family.”

On their event flier posted to Facebook that also has 452 responses already, the trucks are listed and I gotta say they make buying a ticket to this event super tempting.

The trucks that are going to be in attendance are Cousins Maine Lobster, ColdStone Creamery, Shore Good Eats n Treats, Kiersten’s Creations, Mexi-Boys, REDs Pizza Express, Snack Shack, and 5 Sisters Food Co.

Something that’s also advertised is that each visitor will get a souvenir Laurita wine glass. Kids are welcome to take part in the fun too while checking out the face painting from 1 pm - 4 pm, fire pits, and firework show.

Live music will also be part of the event, but the lineup hasn’t been posted yet. Laurita Winery is located at Archertown Rd, New Egypt, NJ 08533, and you can purchase tickets using this link.

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