Food and Drink
Food and beverage sales at the Festival are an important part of our fund raising for MS. This year, we are doing away with the cooler fee. In past years, we have assessed a $25 “cooler fee” to those who chose to bring in their own supplies rather than patronizing our vendors. Instead, we will be accepting $5 donations for proof-of-age wristbands. For insurance, licensing and liability purposes, every adult individual over age 21 who wants to enjoy adult beverages within the designated Festival grounds will be age-checked and fitted with a proof-of-age wristband, regardless of the source of the beverages. 100% of all wristband donations will go directly to the PA Keystone Chapter and you can save and use your wristband as proof of your donation.
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. Stickler’s Ice Pop Company - Stickler's Ice Pop Company is a mobile popsicle vendor serving fresh, handcrafted and unique pops for all ages. The Healthy Yinzer - Menu:
Spicy Potato, Pico de Gallo, Arugula, Lime Crema
Elotes (Street Corn):
Grilled Corn, Lime crema, Cojita Cheese,
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 Pgh Po’boy - Cajun + Creole food. Po’boys, Gumbo and whatever else we feel like makin. Caustelot Creamery - Who doesn't love ice cream? The coolest ice cream truck with something fresh and different 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. Espresso a Mano - Espresso a Mano is an espresso bar and coffee shop who serves fine espresso beverages and specialty coffee. They're going to vend NOLA-style iced coffee. That drink is a festival staple in New Orleans.