20 Vendors To Take Part In Street Food Festival

October 15, 2018 | 1 Comment

The Bermuda Food Truck Festival is expanding its culinary experience for visitors and evolving into the Bermuda Street Food Festival, with the event set to take place on Sunday, October 28th, in the City of Hamilton.

The Bermuda Tourism Authority-managed culinary event, now in its third year, is a round-up of food trucks, pop-up vendors and other mom and pop businesses from across the island, gathered in one place. Local performers including Devil’s Isle Audio and Live Wires complement the summer festival-like atmosphere along the Hamilton waterfront.

This year’s festival returns to its original location at Number 1 Car Park after one year at Barr’s Bay Park and Pitts Bay Road.

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“We’re welcoming back some favourite vendors who have been with us each and every year, but also adding a diverse cast of festival first-timers that will make the experience more well-rounded for visitors and residents,” said Pat Phillip-Fairn, Bermuda Tourism Authority chief product and experiences development officer.

The list of participating businesses for the Street Food Festival includes options with vegan choices like first-timer, Simple Café.

  • Ashley’s Lemonade Stand
  • Bermuda Cupcake Company & Snowball Shack
  • Bermuda Pie Factory
  • Big B’s Barbeque
  • Dandy Donuts
  • DeGraffs Lunch Counter
  • Dockyard Brewing Company Beerpod
  • Duch Pops
  • Grillin Stix
  • Goslings
  • Hotdog Delight
  • Jamaican Grill
  • J & B Wood Fired Pizza
  • Kamazing Fun Castles
  • Sid’s Seafood
  • Simple Café
  • St. David’s Seafood
  • Wild Herbs & Plants of Bermuda
  • Confections
  • Lickety Split

Dish from Big B’s Barbeque, a first-time participant

Big B’s BBQ

Ms Phillip-Fairn said: “With more variety in the food service options, we thought it was fitting to rename the festival to reflect how it has grown and evolved. We’re getting the word out to everyone to join us along Front Street on October 28 for what has quickly become a fall favourite for the community.”

The Bermuda Street Food Festival will be marketed to visitors online, in visitor services centres and via hotel concierges. Residents are encouraged to bring visiting friends and relatives to enjoy the family-friendly festivities. There is no fee to enter.

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  1. Nah loonk….don’t cooking the street…cook it my house…I’ll even help you eat it…providing you can cook…

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