Update, 10 a.m. June 20: Time to vote for the winner of the Ultimate Pittsburgh Food Truck bracket
Update, 10 a.m. June 12: Online voting for this round has closed, but you can still vote in-person on Wednesday.
Their opponents didn’t stand a chance.
All four races in the Elite Eight of the Ultimate Pittsburgh Food Truck bracket were blowout victories, with each of the winning trucks earning at least 81 percent of the vote in their respective contests. The overall number of votes cast more than doubled from the Sweet Sixteen.
But for the Final Four, there’s a voting twist. There are now two ways you can vote and make sure the trucks you like best advance to the championship.
First, vote here, as always.
But after online voting closes June 12, you can vote again — in-person at our Final Four food truck roundup June 14. Plus, you can have a drink and do some last-minute research before you vote.
Join The Incline to do super-important research on the trucks that make their way into the Final Four of the Ultimate Pittsburgh Food Truck and cast your vote in-person for the Top Two, as we host the Final Four food trucks. Tickets are limited and get you samplings of local wine, beer and spirits. Food is not included, but we encourage you to buy dinner from your favorite truck before you cast your Top Two vote.
Where: Nova Place plaza at 100 South Commons (Allegheny Center)
When: June 14, 2017 from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
How much: $5
Meet the Final Four:
South Side BBQ — BBQ topped Pittsburghers’ list of comfort foods, with South Side BBQ winning the category with 81 percent of the vote. Check out the menu, and find the truck using Facebook, Twitter or its calendar.
Las Chicas — The taco truck was once again in the most popular matchup, with the highest number of votes cast during the Elite Eight round. Las Chicas won with 88 percent. Check out the menu, and find the truck using Facebook, Twitter or its calendar.
Sugar and Spice Ice Cream Truck — This truck proved that sweets were supreme in the Wild Card quadrant. Sugar and Spice won with 89 percent of the vote, the biggest win among the four races. Check out the menu, and find the truck using Facebook or Twitter.
Don’t wait, voting starts now. Online voting ends at 10 a.m. June 12. Vote using this form, or if you can’t access it, go here.