There's one "building" between the two main food trucks in the Sesame Street Food Trucks area. It's the Sesame Sips booth, that offers smoothies and slushy drinks.
The "Yummy Yummy Nom Noms" food truck menu from the Sesame Street Food Trucks area. (Photo, late fall 2021.)
The "ABC Eats" food truck menu from the Sesame Street Food Trucks area. (Photo, late fall 2021.)
If you're approaching the Sesame Street area from the east side (walking west), you'll likely see this sign as you walk into the themed area. The food trucks are just about in the middle of Sesame Street Land.
The food trucks themselves are a little hard to see, until you're right on top of them. There are a few umbrella covered tables in the general area though, and the Sesame Sips building is probably the easiest to spot.
If you're walking from the west side of the park, you'll probably see the green "ABC Eats" truck first. That little orange truck in the center, is game/activity screen, and doesn't actually offer any food items.
The Sesame Sips building is easy to spot once you're in the area. The counter is lower, for kids, but honestly — I like the counter height too! It makes the small kiosk seem more open and airy.
That small orange "truck" (now on the left), only looks like a truck on the other side and front. A closer look from this side reveals a food-related activity/game. It is not a food ordering station.
The ABC Eats food truck may have been open at one time, with it's own unique menu... but now, the menu is the same as the nearby "Yummy Yummy Nom Noms" truck. Perhaps, this truck could be opened if crowds got large enough. My guess is though, it's probably being used for storage.
The blue, purple and pink truck is the main food truck in the area that is open. The "Yummy Yummy Nom Noms" truck offers a couple different grill cheese and chicken tender meals.
This mini orange truck is not a food ordering station, but a food-related game/activity, with a large computer screen and buttons.
Hey cute little truck! The license plate on the front reads "Non-Nom", so I'll call you... Mini Nom-Nom.
There are seven or eight umbrella covered tables located in the middle of the semi-circle that the food trucks form.
Here's another view of some of the seating that's available in the Sesame Street Food Trucks area. There's about eight tables in all (the others are off on the left-hand side and out of the frame from this vantage point).