For a quick bite between shows at Treefort 2015, the food truck court set up outside the Main Stage on Grove Street offers an onslaught of options. Before you settle on the first burger or taco you pass, though, check out all of the special Treefort menus Boise food trucks have created for the festival.
Fanci Freez: Don't miss the donut burger ($5), with cheddar and bacon on a glazed donut with maple spread.
Rice Works Asian Street Food: Get there early for the spicy Korean tacos (2 for $5.75) with spicy chicken and kimchi, which sold out on Friday.
Pie Hole: Snag a giant slice of thin-crust potato bacon pizza for only $3.
The Funky Taco: We hear the bahn mi taco ($7) is epic, with pressed organic tofu, baked shaved cabbage, pickled daikon, cilantro and a toasted sesame vegan aioli.
Calle 75 Street Tacos: The Outlaw Torta ($8) looks awesome, with Payette-braised brisket, cilantro, garlic aioli, pico de gallo, cheddar jack cheese and barbecue sauce served on an organic challah bun.
Aussie Pie-Daho: The curry beef pie ($6) with curried minced beef, potatoes and peas in a flaky crust is calling our name.
Genki Takoyaki: Snag a plate of original octopus takoyaki (4 for $4, or 6 for $6), The crispy dumplings are turned slowly as they cook until they form round balls that are then topped with mayo, takoyaki sauce, ground nori, bonito flakes and green onions.
Boise Fry Co.: Keep it classic with a bison burger ($8.50) crowned with spring mix, tomato, red onion gastrique and garlic aioli.
Bel Cibo: The menu might be a little hard to read, but the Gringo Pork ($7) with verde pork, homemade pickled onions and cilantro lime aioli sounds delicious.
Neckar Coffee: Grab a cup of locally roasted pour-over coffee from these Boise Farmers Market regulars.
Kanak Attack Catering: The edamame soba salad ($3) is a healthy, energizing option for those weary of meaty, cheesy meals.
B-Town Bistro: The Baja fish tacos ($8.50) contain Payette's Rodeo Rye and panko-crusted mahi mahi, purple cabbage, pico de gallo and chipotle sour cream on a homemade flour tortilla.
Archie's Place: Though the sloppy grilled cheese ($7) with vegetarian "unicorn" meat is an all-time favorite, we've got our eyes on the Sriracha grilled pineapple ($3) for a mid-afternoon snack.