Published Monday, May 14, 2018

WHAT: The Blind Horse Restaurant & Winery Gourmet Food Truck Festival is a two-day showcase of Wisconsin’s food trucks and vendors. Thousands of visitors will enjoy the showcase of gourmet cuisine, handmade sweets and food truck favorites with an array of wine, beer and beverages for purchase.


In its first year, The Blind Horse Gourmet Food Truck Festival started out with a mere six trucks and has now blossomed into the largest display of food trucks in the state. This year’s festival is set to host an unprecedented line-up of 27 food trucks and vendors.


New this year is the The Blind Horse Ice Wine Martini & Sangria Tent featuring craft martinis and house-made sangria with the new award-winning Blind Horse Ice Wine – a Bronze Medalist at the 2018 Finger Lakes Wine Competition.
The Blind Horse Patio kitchen will be serving gourmet pizzas and new brisket tacos. Blind Horse wine can be found in The Winery, on The Patio and in tents throughout the property.
Attendees of all ages will be entertained with face painting by Above & Beyond Children’s Museum and live music from Noon to 4pm daily featuring the Beer Belly Idols on Saturday and H2-OH on Sunday all while enjoying the scenic property. Free admission. Open to the public.

PHOTOS / VIDEOS: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/wqldfykxxraec3c/AABt_Ipl8jV5ZMfGEssBz7gRa?dl=0
Photo credit: Courtesy of Matt Moeller

WHEN:             Saturday, May 19

Sunday, May 20

Daily, 11am to 5pm


WHERE: Set at the quaint Blind Horse Restaurant & Winery grounds located northwest of the Hwy Y and Superior Avenue. Address: 6018 Superior Ave., Kohler, Wis.


WHO: With three more vendors than last year there will be trucks for every taste. The festival features an extensive variety of food from gyros to tacos and cookies to crepes there will be so much to explore.

Sheboygan Area – Sheboygan: Asia’s Finest Cuisine, BoMallies, Fleck’s Curbside Grill, From Lemon to Fruits, Gyros to Go, Peja Vu Fine Food & Catering, Pork in the Road, Sweet & Sweets; Sheboygan Falls: The Kernel & The Old Maid; Oostburg: Jake’s Joe Coffee & Espresso, Manitowoc: Que the Smoke; New Holstein: The Cookie Crate


Fox Cities – Appleton: The Knotted Gelato; Fond du Lac: Chameleon Mobile Cuisine; Oshkosh: Tamara’s the Cake Guru


Green Bay area – Green Bay: Egg Yolk – Philly’s & York, Smoked to the Bone; Taqueria Maldonados; The Dog House; Neenah: Inferno Subs; De Pere: Taste of Ethiopia


Milwaukee area – Milwaukee: Hardwood Café; Sushi Go!, The Gouda Girls; Brown Deer: Marco Pollo; Grafton: Blue Cow Creperie; Thiensville: Falafel Guys


Thomas Nye – General Manager, Winemaker
Sandy Leske – Marketing Director

Various Food Truck Owners

SHUTTLE INFORMATION: Due to the popularity of the event there is extremely limited parking at The Blind Horse Restaurant & Winery. Convenient shuttle service is available from 10:30am to 5:30pm each day located at Aurora Sheboygan Clinic parking lots at 2414 Kohler Memorial Drive, Sheboygan, located off HWY 43 to HWY 23 East (Kohler Memorial Drive).


ABOUT: The Blind Horse Restaurant & Winery merges a Napa Valley-style restaurant and a world-class winery to create a culinary destination with rustic elegance to Wisconsin. The winery and restaurant – set amongst seven beautifully landscaped acres - are the catalyst for a curated culinary experience. The Blind Horse Restaurant opened in June 2012 and The Blind Horse Winery opened in April 2014 at 6018 Superior Ave. in Kohler, Wis. More information, including summer hours of operation, event schedule, and live music schedule can be found at www.theblindhorse.com and on Facebook at www.facebook.com/theblindhorsewinery. For reservations call 920-467-8599.



CONTACT: Beth O’Reilly, O’Reilly Public Relations, 920.889.0818, bethoreillypr@gmail.com


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