Fair Food: Fried Kool Aid but No Good Coffee

Last weekend was the first day of the OC Fair in Costa Mesa, CA and boy was it packed!  Not only did it take fifteen minutes or so to find a parking space but there were hundreds of people in line waiting to buy tickets (good thing we already had ours, haha).  At least it was a gorgeous day out so time seemed to go by pretty quick.

Everyone knows the best part of any fair, the food!  They have everything and you can get the majority of it fried ;-).  Now I am probably a little biased as I work for a coffee company, but the one food/beverage item that missing was good coffee.  I mean there were no coffee places at all, and we walked the whole fair (in fact I didn’t even see a place that sold coffee other than the general food kiosks).  It doesn’t make any sense to me.  Coffee and tea sell a ton, especially if it is good.  It has got to be a matter of time before jumps on this and opens a rockin’ coffee place.

Well, on to the rest of the day.

The main reason we went to the fair was to watch the freestyle Moto-X.  For those who might not be familiar with the sport it is where dirt bike riders jump through the air while performing various tricks.  It is very dangerous, but luckily enough no one was hurt the night we went.  Here are a couple videos from the Moto-X event:

Other than the Moto-X event, there was an awesome ice sculpture display that was in an actual freezer!


All in all it was a great day at the fair.  Maybe next time I’ll be able to get some coffee.

By Jon from Mocafe


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