2020 Food Vendors

Softball Tournament
Saturday June 20th

We are very pleased with our food vendors as they will be keeping us well fortified for the day.    Kona Ice will be providing a ‘cool’ treat you can flavor yourself. Vince’s Cheesesteaks, will be back,  look for them at their new location in downtown Allentown, serving the Lehigh Valley for 25 years. This year Make a Taco will make its debut, with some tasty specialties.

If you have a chance, stop by Vinces for a cheesesteak or look for Make A Taco’s food truck, contact them for your next party.   Kona Ice, serves other events so thank them for coming out to Softball Tournament.

Kona Ice…is back for more

Kona Ice

We are very excited to have Kona Ice joining us this year. Kona-Ice is a premium tropical shaved ice company that brings fun and flavor to any event.  With their steel drum calypso music, eye catching graphics, and incredible “flavor your own” flavors, everybody loves Kona.  Co-owners Matt and Andrea Russell, Kona Ice is a favorite for the kids. Serving Premium Hawaiian Shaved Ice, delicious and nutritious , vita blend flavoring, low sugar, vitamin C, and D.  Listen to the Calypso steel drum music, flavor your own Kona with their patented FLAVORWAVE, which allows you to flavor your own Kona choosing from 10 of the most popular flavors. Stop by and grab a Kona Ice, cool down with some ‘cool ice’.

11659286_339x147 We are delighted to have Vince’s Cheesesteaks coming back this year and joining our team to offer great food during the tournament.

Vince’s have been serving Cheesesteaks in the Valley for over 25 years. Their goal is to offer the best cheesesteaks and specialty sausages in the greater Lehigh Valley and across Pennsylvania. “You’ll find us at events and venues in Allentown, Bethlehem, Easton, Bloomsburg, Kutztown and more!”…. and we are one of those events!

People ask them what is a Lehigh Valley Cheesesteak?

There are lots of theories about the origins of the Lehigh Valley or Allentown cheesesteak, but all of them include the meshing of strong culinary cultures centered around Italian-American immigrant families and their Pennsylvania-German neighbors, friends, and, eventually, kin.   The red sauce is Italian – that’s easy enough – and we support the theory that the pickles are a bit of modest PA-German flair.  Stop by their food truck and try one for yourself.




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