This Sunday, 65 different food trucks will be parked in Uptown to feed the masses. There will be trucks serving up barbecue, ice cream, banh mi, sushi burritos, and falafel. Businesses that may be familiar to you include Butcher Salt, O’Cheeze, Birchwood Cafe, Anchor Fish & Chips, and Hot Indian. Whether you want to dine on something familiar, try something new, or do a little of both, you’ll have plenty of time to digest, as the festival has expanded to 10 hours. Meaning, you can legit do brunch, lunch, dinner, and dessert at this thing if you want to. Beer will also be available, and bands will take the stage throughout the day. Uptown is phase one of this three-part event, which will also see food trucks stopping by en masse in Anoka and St. Paul this summer. Find more info at uptownfoodtruckfestival.com.