Visit 18 regional and local food vendors on 200 East featuring everything from Pizza to Peruvian.
2013 Food Vendors
- Amkha Misky / Peruvian Specialties
- Blue Star Juice + Coffee
- Cold Stone Creamery
- Crepe Tyme
- Dionysos Greek Foods
- Docetti Gelato
- Kabob Shack
- Maui Wowi
- Philadelphia Filly
- Pie Pizzeria
- Teriyaki Grill
- Totally Nutz
- Wasatch Pops / Indy Pops
- World Dog
- Yoshi's Japanese Grill
Master Chef Robert "Sully" Sullivan of Utah Food Services creates culinary works of art. Watch chefs prepare gourmet dishes to taste. And while you're in the area, check out the Crooked Line Tent where you'll find Uinta Brewing's experts and can pair a beer with your small plate dishes (sold separately). Daily, 4pm-11pm, west of the Festival Stage.
Beer, wine, soda, and lemonade are available at designated booths throughout the Festival grounds. It is a state law that if you drink in Utah, you MUST be carrying a valid ID. Please have yours with you.
Uinta's Crooked Line
We are happy to have the Uinta Brewing experts back again on hand to serve you up one of these specialty beers at the Crooked Line tent – located west of the Festival Stage and right by Epicurosity. Stop by and meet the brewmasters of Uinta who craft these high-point beers.
- DETOUR - Double India Pale Ale
- COCKEYED COOPER - Bourbon Barrel Barley Wine Ale
- LABYRINTH - Wood Aged Black Ale
- TILTED SMILE - Imperial Pilsner
- 20th ANNIVERSARY BIRTHDAY SUIT - Sour Brown Ale
- CAHOOTS - Double Rye IPA
Daily, noon-10pm, west of the Festival Stage
Thanks to the SMART Program
Alcohol Education Provided by The S.M.A.R.T. Program (Server Management Alcohol Responsibility Training). This rigorous training programs goal is to help eliminate alcohol related violations through proper training, education, understanding and knowledge. The SMART Program has volunteered and donated its services and resources to the Utah Arts Festival for several years.
Shirley "Weber" Knickerbocker
Loren Teryl Green
Tyresse Hill, CRAB Crew