We may not be having music festivals this summer, but Island Noodles and Cincy Events Management is making sure we get our fix of our favorite festival food!
This weekend an Island Noodles pop-up food experience benefitting Brewing Heritage Trail will be held at Smale Park! This event is being hosted by Cincy Events Management (the team behind your favorite Cincinnati Events).
Get more details on the Island Noodles Pop-Up!
The goal of this event is to provide financial relief for the Brewing Heritage Trail through food sales. You can directly support the OTR Brewery District by donating directly HERE.
Food can be purchased on Saturday, May 9th and Sunday, May 10th from 11 a.m. - 7 p.m.
They are encouraging and asking all who attend to respect social distancing measures at all times. This includes staying in your vehicles as much as possible, not congregating, staying at the very minimum of 6 feet apart from others and, if arriving outside of your vehicle, to wear face masks.
To maximize the safety of this experience Island Noodles will not be accepting cash. Food will only be available for purchase using a card payment. To ensure the safety of the workers and customers: all employees will wear face coverings and gloves at all times. Employees will have their temperatures taken and recorded each morning before their shift begins. We will place marks 6 feet apart to keep distancing between customers. One employee will be expediting orders outside of the booth.
For those who have festival or fresh food nostalgia, this is for you! If you haven't tried Island Noodles, now is the time! This is one of the festival favorites at Bunbury Music Festival each year.
Island Noodles are Hawaiian style soba noodles with 21 fresh vegetables. They can be served vegan, or with the popular teriyaki chicken. Orders are batch cook based on demand, and food is always served hot and very fresh. Island Noodles designed 100% compostable to-go containers 9 years ago to lessen their environmental impact.