Fan Fest is as close as Cleveland Cavaliers fans can get to the game without a ticket.

Outside Quicken Loans Arena on Monday night, the #Allin216 vibe is served up with a side of Cleveland's own street cuisine.

Every fan is hungry for a long-awaited championship.

"It's a great time, great energy, it's electric down here," says Drew Lane, of StrEat Mobile Bistro.

Cavs fans come to soak it all in. It's the fans, the live game on the big screen, the championship vibe and the smell of Fan Fest lined with authentic Cleveland food trucks.

Lane says in some ways, it's a microcosm of the vibe that is Cleveland.

The man who calls himself "Cleveland's own Shaq" is a born and raised Cleveland sports fan. He's also the man behind B&M Bar-B-Que.

"We sell a lot of ribs around here with that truck," says Shaq. "It's very, very, very, very, very profitable."

"It's not a bad way to get paid. There's a rush before the game, a nice halftime hit, then we call it a night," says Lane.

Shaq adds, "I want them to sweep these guys, get to the NBA finals and win it all".