The Mt. Airy Street Fare Media Blast Party and what’s coming up for you Thursday at the Mt Airy Street Fare

Mt. Airy’s fabulous food-centric evening Street Fare takes place on Thursday, September 19th! From 6:00-10:30Sip 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).

Last week MT Airy USA hosted a press preview of some of the restaurants, food and spirits that you would find at the event. Starting at the Trolley Car Diner & Deli with crab cake sliders,
chicken satay, and a delicious drink called Strawberry
Wheat Delight.
 Elizabeth Moselle, Director of Commercial Corridor Revitalization and The Business Association of Mt. Airy (l), Kory Aversa (2nd from l),  Jillian Wilson (4th from l), Kristina Jenkins, Al Lee, Jen Carroll, Billy Riddle, Victoria Lam and Kate Marlys

45 food trucks, carts, and local restaurants will be offering tasty
bites and unique beverages. In addition, Mt. Airy USA will have an
outdoor simulcast of the Eagles vs. Kansas City Chiefs, in addition to having 2 stages of live entertainment,
an artisan craft fair, a fashion truck, and a family activity zone.

Edgar and Kim Alvarez Owner’s of Avenida Restaurant.
Jamie Shanker of Mid Town Lunch, and Matt Krouse.
TS Hawkins, M Diggs, and Hil Asare.
Heather McCurdy and Tesia Barone.
Jackie Rupp, Jennifer Schloder, and Roberta Pipito.
Dan Behr and Peggy Zwerver co-Owner of Earth, Bread and
Cody Scheller, Zachery Lashway of MYPHL 17, and Anuj Gupta Executive
Director of Mount Airy USA.

Street Fare will pair award-winning mobile food vendors with notable
local restaurants and bars for a night of street eats, craft brews,
handcrafted cocktails and wine. Mt. Airy restaurants and menu items will include:

  • Avenida – Tostadas, margaritas and sangria
  • Earth Bread + Brewery – Craft-brewed beers
  • Herb Scott Catering – Grilled meat and veggie skewers + grilled peaches
  • Jyoti Indian Bistro – Kati rolls, chickpea curry and matar paneer
  • Little Jimmie’s Bakery Café – Brownies, sweet potato cupcakes and cheddar biscuits
  • Mini
    Trini Food Truck – Doubles – Flat fried bread filled with curried chick
    peas topped with pumpkin, cucumber and mango kuchela and calypso sauce

  • Trolley Car Diner – Catfish sandwiches, hamburgers and water-ice
  • The Wine Thief Bistro – Cocktails, wine and beer

A new family activity zone has been added at Mt. Airy Presbyterian Church, corner of Germantown Avenue and Mt.
Pleasant Ave, between 6:00pm and 8:00pm.  A baby care tent will be
managed by Pre-School Plus with comfy chairs for nursing, baby changing
tables, diaper bags, hand sanitizer, spray bottles with disinfecting
spray and lots of paper towels. Mt. Airy-based
Kadillac Tattoo will offer specially designed (local-themed) temporary
tattoos.  Rhino Chiropractic will present food jewelry making
activities. Mt. Airy
Presbyterian will host free-form drawing and coloring. Blue Banyan Yoga
will offer kids’ yoga activities.  There will also be an open play and
hang out area on the grass where families can sit and relax in this safe

Jillian Wilson and Kristina Jenkins of Uwishunu.
Fresh Food at Jyoti Indian Bistro.
Rani Randhawe and Jyoti Gupta of Jyoti Indian Bistro.

Ken Weinstein and Adam Meadows; Owner and General Manager of The Trolley Car Diner.

Chef Jennifer Carroll and Kory Aversa, Aversa PR