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Voodoo Van‘s menu is straightforward, unapologetic, and always incredibly tasty. While new and special menu items are introduced once and awhile (see photo of honey lime chipotle skirt steak), the mainstays are what make the truck memorable.
I am, of course, referring to the “voodoo stix” (battered and fried green beans), the “juju balls” (fried spuds stuffed w/ cream cheese and parsley), and “sandos” (sandwiches) like “the Skirtlifter” (both the steak and seitan versions). And let’s not forget “the Kong” (fried fluffernutter with marshmallow fluff, peanut butter, salted banana, battered and rolled in cocoa krispies), which makes me weak in the knees just thinking about it.
Voodoo Van is always worth a visit, no matter where they happen to be located each day, and we’re especially excited to have them as a part of our food truck lineup at this year’s Phono del Sol. In between all of the great bands, drinks, and arts/crafts at this year’s festival, be sure to get your food fix at Voodoo Van!
General Admission and VIP tickets to Phono del Sol are moving quickly and can be purchased right now on the Phono del Sol ticketing page powered by Eventbrite. Individual General Admission tickets are $25 each, with a limited number of discount six-packs also available as well as a VIP ticket package.
Described by Spin Magazine as “a D.I.Y. smash-up of moshables and noshables,” Phono del Sol offers a full day of affordable, all ages fun, including a handpicked selection of fantastic local food trucks and arts and crafts makers. More information about the festival – including sponsorship and volunteer opportunities – can be found at PhonoDelSol.com, and be sure to like the festival on Facebook too.Tags: Phono del Sol