Street Food Cinema’s usual al fresco summer screenings with food truck fare is taking on a drive-in format this year. This means you can still gather your quarantine clique and enjoy a night under the stars with the delicious offerings from local food trucks.
The company is known for matching up the movie, food, and settings to the season. Whether it’s a classic horror film at the Million Dollar Theater replete ghouls and spooky treats or the Yuletide Cinemaland outside the heritage museum, you’re always in for a charming (and delicious) surprise.
A normal Street Food Cinema summer evening would begin by browsing the food trucks from the likes of Cousins Maine Lobster, Pinch of Flavor, The Fat Queso, and more. Then, you’d sprawl out on the grass with your picnic blanket and watch the orange glow fade into the background while the screen lights up for the show. Along with that, there’s live entertainment and all sorts of interactive games to keep you thoroughly entertained.
However, this year, you’ll be enjoying all of that from your quarantine mobile (your car). Of course, the model has been adopted in response to the pandemic and there will be measures in place that you’ll need to adhere to.
To add to that, they’ve added some beloved Halloween classics to the lineup at Santa Anita Park. There’ll be Hocus Pocus on October 24, Beetlejuice on October 30, The Nightmare Before Christmas on October 31. (10/31) and Coco on November 1. “Frightfully delicious food” is promised too.
You can find the full schedule and tickets here.
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