About the 2016 Street Fare:
From 6:00-10:30, Sip delicious beverages, Savor amazing food from the City's best gourmet food vendors and local restaurants, and Stroll along historic Germantown Avenue (between Sedgwick Street and Mt. Airy Avenue).
The 2016 Street Fare is hosted by Mt. Airy USA
rain or shine!
Scroll down to view our 2015 line up
Food & Drink
Stay tuned for 2016 Info!!
A full map of the event and list of food vendor menu items, musical entertainment lineup, family activities and crafts and apparel will be found in our program.
2015 Mt. Airy Local Restaurants
- Earth Bread and Brewery
- Herb Scott Catering
- Jyoti Indian Bistro
- Trolley Car Diner
2015 Food Trucks
- Bonjour Creperie
- Calle Del Sabor
- Chef Donte's Delicious Dishes
- Curbside Creamery
- Dos Hermanos Tacos
- Farm Truck Philly
- Festival Food Management
- Foolish Waffles
- Gigi & Big R
- Hai Street Kitchen & Co.
- Jerry's Kitchen
- Lil Pop Shop
- Luscious Bakery
- Mac Mart Cart
- Matt's Food Truck
- Milk + Sugar
- Mucho Bueno
- Oink and Moo BBQ
- Payne Catering
- PB and Jams
- Pbons Fresh Phood
- Philly Fry
- Rigtoni's Mobile Crab Cakes
- Samosa Deb
- Say Cheese
- Smokin' Tacos
- Streetside BBQ
- Sum Pig Food Truck
- Surf and Turf Truck
- Sweet Box cupcakes
- Sweet Lavender
- The Cow and The Curd
- The Daily Press'd
- The Flying Deutschman
- The Pizza Wagon Catering Co
- The Tot Cart
- The Whirly Pig
- Undrgrnd Donuts
- Weckerly’s Ice Cream
- Zsa's Ice Cream
2015 musical line-up:
Hennessey Bonfire is the world pop project of songwriter and percussionist Shawn Hennessey. Rooted in African, Mediterranean, Cuban, and Indian grooves, HENNESSEY BONFIRE delivers intimate performances of lush organic music, while keeping songwriting and soulful delivery at the helm.
ReLive is a philly based alternative Band, created under the Live.0ut.Ur.Dreams brand. ReLive signifies growth, individuality & manifesting aspirations. They are a 5 piece band featuring bass guitarist Brenton Oakley, keyboardist Gabe Tate, drummer Dwaine Ross and last but not least artists/founders Freddie Foolay & Lucas.
School of Rock, "With locations in Fort Washington, Center City, Berwyn, Newtown, and Downingtown, The School of Rock is the world-wide leader in after-school music education. We believe the best way to learn music is to play music. We take students from the lesson room to the stage, developing both their confidence and musicianship with programs designed for all skill levels. School of Rock teaches guitar, bass, vocals, keyboards, drums and combines weekly private music instruction and group band rehearsals to prepare students to take the stage in front of live audiences in an authentic concert setting.
The Band Sheep is a three-piece alternative rock band from Philadelphia. Inspired by musical icons such as the Beach Boys, Weezer, Ray Charles, and Ben Folds, *The Band Sheep*’s musical direction is
anchored by a focus on catchy hooks and poignant, honest lyrics. Together, with their outlandish sheep outfits and creative banter, the Band Sheep brings the party wherever they go.
PhillyBloco's twenty members feature a core of twelve Samba drummers along with vocals, guitar, bass, horns, accordion, violin, keyboard, and costumed dancers. The PhillyBloco show is a raucous mash-up of samba, funk, reggae, and New Orleans 2nd-line, all set to the irresistible beats of Brazilian Carnaval!
Bethlehem and Sad Patrick blend her strong, soulful vocals with his sparse, jazz and blues infused playing and nuanced songwriting to create powerful love songs - good love, bad love, love lost, and love that oughta get lost.
For a map of the event and list of food vendor menu items, musical entertainment lineup, family activities and crafts and apparel, check out the event program. (2015 program coming soon)
Bringing the kids out to Street Fare? No problem! Here's a look at the activities in our fenced in Family Fun area, including seating areas and plenty of space to run and frolic:
Family Activity Area, 6-9 pm: Mt. Airy Presbyterian Church- coner of E. Mount Pleasant Ave. & Germantown Ave.
Enjoy a family dining area and creative kids activities, including:
- Custom temporary tattoos courtesy of Kadillac Tattoo
- Braids, faux hawks, and other hair styles brought to you by Culture Hair
- Free-form art
- Balloon Art
The family activity area is brought to you by Kadillac Tattoo, Culture Hair, Handcraft Workshop and Mt. Airy Presbyterian Church.
Crafts + Apparel
Take a break from savoring to stroll through our selection of crafts and retail, list of vendors coming soon.
Directions and Parking
Directions to Mt. Airy Street Fare
From Center City, South and West:
- Take I-76 W to Exit 340A Lincoln Drive/Kelly Drive.
- At the bottom of the exit ramp, merge right onto City Ave and follow signs for Lincoln Drive.
- Merge onto Lincoln Drive and follow it until it ends.
- Turn right onto Allen’s Lane.
- Turn right onto Germantown Avenue
(Alternative Route: Take Kelly Drive to Lincoln Drive. Follow above directions)
From Chestnut Hill and Northern Suburbs:
- Follow Stenton Avenue
- Turn right onto Cresheim Valley Drive
- Turn left onto Germantown Avenue
- Take the Chestnut Hill West line from any of the Center City train stations. Get off at Carpenter Station. Turn left onto Carpenter Lane. Turn left onto Germantown Ave.
- Take the Chestnut Hill East line. Get off at Sedgwick Station. Turn right onto E. Mt. Pleasant Ave and continue onto Germantown Avenue.
BY SUBWAY AND BUS
- Take the Broad Street line to the Erie Avenue stationstop (Broad & Erie Aves.)
- Transfer to the SEPTA Route 23 Bus (towards Chestnut Hill) and get off at the corner of Carpenter Lane and Germantown Ave. Please note that the bus will be detoured due to the street closure. Please check SEPTA’s website for detour information and/or speak with the bus driver.
Read what notable local media is saying about Street Fare!
- "Mt. Airy USA turns to crowdfunding...," Philadelphia Business Journal. July 9th, 2015.
- "A Chance To Be Food Truck Royalty At Mt. Airy’s Street Fare" Foobooz. July 14, 2015.
- "Mount Airy welcomes 11,000 foodies & 50 food trucks for 'Street Fare,'" Daily News. September, 17, 2014.
- "Our Guide To The Mt. Airy Street Fare Food Festival Coming To Germantown Avenue This Thursday, September 18, With 50+ Food Trucks And Restaurants, Live Music, Shopping And More," Uwishunu. September, 16, 2014.
- "Next Thursday: Sip, Savor, Stroll in Mount Airy," Foobooz. September, 9 2014.
- "Photos: Mt Airy Street Fare," HugeE Dillon, Philly.com. September 20, 2013.
- "Street Fare Arrives in Mt. Airy Tonight, Thursday, September 19th, With More Than 40 Food Trucks and Restaurants, Crafts and Apparel, Live Music, An Eagles Simulcast And More!," Kristina Jenkins, Uwishunu. September 19, 2013.
- "Mt. Airy is bringing Sip, Savor, Stroll to Germantown Avenue," Julia West. Metro. September 18, 2013
- Video: "Street Fare: Sip, Savor, Stroll," Good Day Philadelphia, Fox 29. September 17, 2013.
- Video: "‘Street Fare: Sip, Savor, Stroll’ in Mt. Airy," Eye Opener, PHL17. September 17, 2013.
- "Local restaurants gear up for Mt. Airy's Street Fare," Jana Shea, Newsworks. September 17, 2013.
- "45 Food Vendors at Mt. Airy Street Fare." Zagat. September 12, 2013
- "Mt. Airy Announces Food Vendors for Street Fare." Foobooz. September 12, 2013
- "Mt. Airy Street Fare is But A Week Away. Prepare to Sip, Savor, Stroll (Or To Slurp Slam and Strut, If That's Your Thing)," Phoodie. September 12, 2013
- "Get Ready to Sip, Savor and Stroll at Street Fare in Mt. Airy As More Than 50 Vendors Take Over Germantown Avenue Next Thursday, September 19th," Kristina Jenkins, Uwishunu. September 11, 2013
- "Great Event: Street Fare: Sip, Savor, Stroll, 9/19," Insight Magazine, 9/9/13
- "Sip, Savor and Stroll in Mt. Airy," Grid Magazine, 9/5/13
- "Mt. Airy Is Having a Street Fare," Tara Nurin, Foobooz. August 15 2013
- "Save the Date: Sip, Savor, Stroll as Street Fare comes to Mt. Airy This Fall on September 19th," Kristina Jenkins, Uwishunu. August 9
- "Crowds Pack the Avenue For Mt. Airy Night Market," Mt. Airy Patch. Zach Subar. August 17, 2012
- "Mount Airy makes a night of it with Food Trust help," The Philadelphia Inquirer. Jonathan Lai. August 16, 2012
- "Excited By Night Market: A Round-up of Reactions," Mt. Airy Patch. August 17, 2012
- "An evening out to eat in Mt. Airy," The Philadelphia Inquirer. Dianna Marder, August 11 2011.
- "Night Market Philadelphia: Mt. Airy,"And Her Little Dog Too. August 4 2011.
- "Night Market Draws Hungry Crowds Downtown," Mt. Airy Patch. Walter Foley, August 5 2011.
Street Fare 2015 was proudly sponsored by:
Econsult Solutions, Einstein Healthcare Network, Elfant Wissahickon, First Niagra, FitLife, GAT, Green Mountain Energy, Inspire Energy, Lesley Seitchik, Lindy Property Management, PJ McMennamins, Power Home Remodeling, Chestnut Hill Hospital, St. Michael's Church, Mt Airy Presbyterian Church, Al Entertainment
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