Huffhines Art Trails

Food & Snacks

Bunch of Nuts – Located on the trail right next to the Front Porch Stage, coming or going the wonderful smell of roasted nuts is going to get your attention. Warm nuts are a perfect Huffhines and fall snack.

Conway's Corndogs – Dipped in the batter and then dipped in the fryer, Freshest and Bestest! Add fresh squeezed LEMONADE and a just-poured FUNNEL CAKE, and you have a complete festival meal. As an additional refresher, look for their SMOOTHIES Cart on the east border of the artist row.

Hillbilly KettleKorn – Yep, on site in a real kettle, and it is better than a popcorn ball and a whole lot easier to eat! You can’t shop the trails without a bag of Hillbilly KettleKorn under one arm!

I Fratelli - Richardson’s newest pizza restaurant is joining Huffhines to offer a crowd pleaser for all ages. If you haven’t tried this fresh, thin crust, un-round pizza at their Campbell Rd. location, here’s your chance. It’s delicious!

Old Guys BBQ – BBQ sandwiches, sausage on a stick, turkey legs, fries, beans & coleslaw – all made fresh, from scratch, the “old fashion way” on site in a gigantic smoker. Follow your nose and find another new Huffhines comfort food of fall!

Taste of Cuba - Celebrity Chef and Texas State Fair BIG TEX Choice Award winner for the second year in a row, Isaac Rousso is back in the Huffhines courtyard with his tasty Cuban sandwiches, funnel cake fries, nachos and more and an assortment of local craft beers served from his custom made beer tap bar on wheels.

Texas Twist - Regulars to Huffhines know the black grill on the festival's trail will be serving up warm mozzarella, cinnamon or just plain salty and good PRETZELS. And if you need a cooler refresher, Texas Twist also offers frozen Minute Maid FROZEN TREATS.

Wound Up! Cafe – From a trained chef/vintage scooter enthusiast, WUC's an Italian-made, three-wheeled 2012 Piaggio Ape 50 imported from the UK, and offering up locally-roasted brown stuff like a Chai-mera ("basically a mocha-chai-latte") and espressos, alongside much, much manlier things like a ChoccoLatte (hot chocolate w/ frothed milk), and San Francisco's David Rio Chai.

If you are a food vendor and are interested in being part of Huffhines Art Trails, please check our Exhibitor Information Page.