Food and Drink
Food and beverage sales at the Festival are an important part of our fund raising for MS. Please leave your coolers at home and support the cause by patronizing our vendors. For those that need or prefer to bring their own food and non-alcoholic beverages, we will be requesting a $20 donation per cooler.
Due to insurance and alcohol licensing restrictions, no alcohol beverages may be brought into the Festival grounds. Beer and wine will be available for sale at the Festival through our licensed vendors. Soft drinks and water will also be available for sale.
Frank Fuhrer Wholesale - The region’s largest beer wholesaler in the Southwest Pennsylvania area. Distributing over 160 brands of domestic, import and craft beers Caustelot Creamery - My recipes have been tested by anyone within yelling distance and my truck is complete. My wife, who does not even care for ice cream, has even asked me to make her the salted caramel recipe on multiple occasions. Mission.Mahi - Awesome fish tacos! Mission.Mahi@yahoo.com https://www.facebook.com/MissionMahi-328291267364418/ 412.952.8114 The Pittsburgh Winery - Pittsburgh Winery uses a traditional, minimalist approach to winemaking that has been handed down for generations and has evolved with continuous education. wheelfish - Wheelfish offers the best local food, entertainment, and drink. Specializing in a barbeque menu, Wheelfish brings about a Memphis-esq feel to your backyard. MuSic For MS Lemonade Stand - Be sure to visit our Lemonade Stand. With fresh squeezed lemons for lemonade or iced tea, it will be a delicious way to help End MS Forever Health-A-Licious - Health-A-Licious is a mobile food truck in Pittsburgh serving delicious freshly made salads, soups and wraps. Stickler’s Ice Pop Company - Stickler's Ice Pop Company is a mobile popsicle vendor serving fresh, handcrafted and unique pops for all ages.