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Food porn, crowd shots and outtakes from the Justice League of Street Food's second shindig

Where were YOU last night? Unwinding after a hard week at work? Taking a yoga class? Getting wasted at the GABF?

How about getting your street food on at the Justice League of Street Food's second party?

If you missed out -- or if you'd like to relive the magic -- we've got you covered. Behold, our pictorial representation of what went down at 29th and Huron streets last night.

From the man behind the growing fleet of sausage schleppers, a couple of dogs from Biker Jim's. Jim Pittenger cocks his cream cheese gun, which is way, way, WAY less dirty than it sounds. Ian Kleinman's uses molecular gastronomy to create silky ice cream full of sexy flavor. And yes, we need a cigarette once we finish. Gratuitous food porn close-up: that's blueberry and pomegranate sorbet, an ice cream "Sammie" with caramel ice cream, whipped marshmallow and an espresso fudge cookie and caramel ice cream with sea salt and pop rocks. At the first party, we had to placate ourselves with plenty of beer or drunkenly generate conversation with strangers while we were waiting in hour-long lines with hordes of people. Good thing the Justice League learned. Max wait time this time around was just around ten minutes. GastroCart's Elliott Jones forewent his own goods for the Steamin' Demon's tempeh tacos, which were dripping with pico de gallo, crisp red cabbage and spicy chipotle aioli. The brand spankin' new Sully's Slice Truck made its Justice League debut hawking thin-crust pies and fountain drinks. Yeah. We'd wait in long, long lines for Pinche Tacos, too. Particularly if we were rewarded with the fried cotija cheese taco. Or the one with tongue. Denon and Sean Moore's Cupcake Truck has staked its claim on Justice League member Superman. We're curious who will claim Aquaman. The Justice League pays homage to its inspiration, thanks to the Denver Film Society. We're not sure what the hell is going on here. Awkward turtle? Burgundy, Twelve and Max are all chefs at the Steamin' Demon. Everything's cuter when it's small. Gastrocart's mini gyros with roasted lamb, tzatziki sauce, flatbread, cabbage, tomato guajillo and mint foam. It's beautiful to see friends coming together over street food. Christy, DWitt and Daniel are bonding over Little Orange Rocket's smothered fries and fried truffle mac n' cheese and the Inventing Room's ice cream sammie. We were too full to waddle down the street post-feast, and, thus, were thankful for our chariot, a rickshaw peddled by the flowing-locked Elijah.

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