Who’s Hungry?? Think street food, live music, dancing, bucket trucks, and lots of family fun. National Night Out is an annual community-building campaign that promotes police-community partnerships and public camaraderie to make our city a safer, better place to live. The 36th annual National Night Out will be held on Tuesday, August 6. The Greenville Police Department, Greenville Fire Rescue, and Uptown Greenville are joining forces to celebrate the day with a Street Food Festival.

The Street Food Festival will kick off at 5pm at the Five Points Plaza, on the corner of 5th and Evans in Uptown Greenville. As this will be Uptown Greenville’s seventh annual Street Food Festival, attendance is expected to be the biggest it has ever been. A variety of cultural food will be offered at the event including Korean food, dumplings, Cajun, Greek, pizza, sweets, kabobs, and so much more.

Attendees will be able to feast on great offerings from all over NC from the following food vendors:
• Fully Loaded Fritters,
• Dusty Donuts, Anita’s Authentic Mexican Street Food,
• Jasmine Tasty Thai Food Truck
• Gonza on Wheels
• Williams Catering
• The Rock
• What’s the Dilla?
• Baguettaboutit
• The Bamboo Cookhouse
• Gorhams Café
• Charlie’s Kabob Grill on Wheels
• Chirba Chirba Dumpling
• Sparky’s Snowballs and Funnel Cakes
• Kona Ice
• Wingskis
• Tula’s Fish & Chips
• Baton Rouge Cuisine
• Bo’s Kitchen
• Y’ALL EAT YET?
• Jamerican Hot Dogs
• Mari’s Hella Fat Food
• The Smashed Shack
• Gussys Greek Street Food
• Cocoa Forte-Sweet Delights
• Tropical Delights LLC.