Art Fallout This Saturday; Your Guide to Food Trucks and Eats

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Brace yourselves for this Saturday's Art Fallout, when Fort Lauderdale's art scene goes on acid to celebrate National Arts and Humanities Month.

Art Fallout, a one-evening occurrence in which nearly every contemporary arts venue hosts an outpouring of interactive exhibitions and beyond, is arguably the city's art event not to miss. This collide of creative madness spans a four-mile stretch, where buses will shuttle artgoers from FAT Village, to Fort Lauderdale Museum of Art, Third Avenue Arts District to Sailboat Bend Artist Lofts.

Now all this cultural overload isn't easy to digest and might leave attendees hungry for sustenance. Thankfully, food trucks and various chow options are on the scene to serve mobile meals.

To make your dining plans a snap so you can focus on the art gazing to be had, Clean Plate Charlie has got you covered with a complete list of food trucks and food vendors after the jump. Also, a link to the event map is provided at the end of this post.

Bite Gastro Truck @BiteGastrotruck

Girls' Club, 117 N.E. Second Street

Menu: Burgers made-to-order with a slew of topping options, milkshakes, hand-cut fries and onion rings.

Frankie Dogs Gourmet @frankiedogs

Cadence Pop-up Gallery, 435 North Andrews Avenue

Menu: Hotdogs served up with creative toppings like avocado, hummus, sriracha. Vegan, vegetarian, and beef dogs can be ordered at this snazzy hotdog cart.

Roc Kat Ice Cream @RocKatIceCream

Cadence Pop-up Gallery, 435 North Andrews Avenue

Menu: Ice cream with a love for punk rock and heavy metal. One notable option includes the chocolate peanut butter porter beer ice cream topped with chocolate-coated pretzels.

Books & Books Cafe

Museum of Art Fort Lauderdale, 1 East Las Olas Blvd.

Menu: This museum cafe offers standard salads, soups, and sandwiches. Wine and espresso drinks are also served.

Catered Bliss @CateredblissLLC

FAT Village, N.W. Fifth Street

Menu: Your one-stop for gourmet fun with items like crab cake sandwiches, spicy black-bean burgers, and turkey brie club wraps.

Free food and beverages. Score!

1310 Gallery, 1310 S.W. Second Court, in Sailboat Bend

Menu: Free stuff. Need we say more?

Slow Food Truck @SlowFoodTruck

Bedlam Lorenz Assembly's outdoor installation, 520 North Andrews Avenue

Menu: Chefs Oren Bass and Zachary Schwartz serve traditional American and international-fare like New Jersey chili cheese dogs, Florida lobster rolls, and short-rib sandwiches.

Thousand Pound Egg

Glavovic Studio, 724 N.E. Third Avenue

Menu: This quirky retailer for cooks takes to the streets with a pop-up store. Expect to find new and limited edition cookbooks, and trinkets for chefs.

Art Fallout 2013 occurs from 5 to 9 p.m. For the entire Art Fallout lineup of where to go, what to see and do, visit: artfallout.blogspot.com.

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