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Food tastes better with salt, especially the tangy salt of the sea air. So it's great to know that the Food Truck Park will set up camp by the waterfront when The Seaside Street Food Festival returns to Frankston Pier Promenade this spring for four days of festival fun.
The Seaside Street Food Festival is a four-day celebration exclusive to Frankston City and attracts an average 30,000 food enthusiasts from all over Victoria. There's a variety of cuisines, craft beer, wine and cider and live entertainment at the festival, served up in a unique and modern setting at Frankston City's iconic waterfront.
From Thursday 31st October to Sunday 3rd November, some of Melbourne's most popular food trucks serve up a huge variety of cuisines, craft beer, wine and cider, as well as live entertainment, an outdoor cinema and beach-themed games the whole family can enjoy.
In honour of the spookiest day of the year, the festival will kick off with a Day of the Dead Halloween Party, on Thursday 31st October, with 'Trick or Treating', face painting and an outdoor screening of the movie 'Coco'.
The four days will offer incredible food options with everything from seafood, burgers, pizza, and a selection of desserts to satisfy even the sweetest of tooths.
Vendors across the four days include, but are not limited to, The Kraken Squid, Real OG Burgers, Tubbsys Woodfired Pizza, The Gozleme Station, Dos Amigos Catering, Billy Van Creamy, Somsom Candy and Senor Churro.
As the Mayor of Frankston City Michael O'Reilly says," Seaside Street Food Festival has become a household name in Frankston and is very well received. Each year it continues to increase visitation, highlighting the city as a destination for events and food-based experiences. It really is a fun and tasty event for the whole community."