Justice League of Street Food rolls into RiNo

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Denver's Wayfarer-wearing set descended en masse on RiNo, just north of Fuel Cafe, for Saturday's Justice League of Street Food party, the first of the season. Within two hours of the 5 p.m. start, the Biscuit Bus had already run out of pulled-pork biscuits and Deluxe's Little Orange Rocket was worrying that it would be completely out of food by 9 p.m. Pinche Tacos won the longest-line contest, with every morsel of food requiring at least a fifteen-minute wait. Luckily, cheap beer and sangria kept morale high.

Other participants included the Denver Cupcake Truck, Steuben's Food Service Truck, the Steamin' Demon, Biker Jim's Gourmet Dogs, Sully's Slice Truck, and Stick It to Me. The next Justice League event will be on July 9.

Here's the magic in photos.

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