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July 29-30, 2022

Here’s Where to Eat at Maha

Welcoming these local food truck and restaurant superstars to the Maha Festival 2022 lineup. 

May 14, 2022

A mix of longtime Maha favorites and new faces, each bringing a unique flavor to the scene.

Vegan, vegetarian, and gluten-free options will be available at most vendors.

Served in compostable or recyclable packaging to help make Maha a zero waste event!

Best Burger

The best burger — period! Locally sourced x crafted not cooked. 

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Javi’s Tacos

Street tacos with an authentic Mexican touch. 

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JuJu’s Vegan Cajun & Creole Cuisine

New Orleans → Nebraska. Chef Derick’s passion for vegan food inspired him to convert many of his favorites to vegan masterpieces! 

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Oasis Falafel of Omaha

Omaha’s spot for fresh, authentic Mediterranean favorites like falafel, hummus, gyro, and kebabs! There’s something for everyone! 

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Pim’s Thai

Thai on the fly! Food truck serving your favorite (or soon to be favorite) Thai dishes.

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Renear

Providing gourmet cuisine for people on the GO!

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Sauce Bosses BBQ

Competition-quality BBQ. 

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Taste of Heaven

A homestyle comfort & soul food truck. 

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Via Farina 

Wood-fired sour dough Neapolitan-style pizzas.

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