8th annual food festival scheduled for September 30th on historic downtown square
Applications are rolling in and soon downtown Clarkesville will be filled with great music and the aroma of delicious food.
A taste of Clarkesville, Clarkesville’s premier food festival, attracts food, beer and wine lovers from throughout Northeast Georgia and beyond to enjoy tastes from dozens of the city’s favorite restaurants, local wineries and nearby breweries.
The event is hosted by the Clarkesville Businesses & Community Association in partnership with Clarkesville Main Street and City of Clarkesville.
It’s a foodie’s paradise and a food vendor’s chance to shine.
“From appetizers to desserts, Clarkesville has it all and this event shines the spotlight on our extraordinary eateries and many other small businesses,” explains festival chairperson, Sherry Callahan.
Food vendors already on tap include: A to Zinc, A&E Grille, Branchwater Grill, Caterer Tim Bates, Crossroads Café, Erwin Rush, Dairy Queen of Clarkesville, Duncan Square Café, Hawg Wild BBQ, Hickory Stump BBQ, Huddle House, Java Joes Coffee, McDonald’s of Clarkesville, Midtown Grill, The Attic Restaurant, The Copper Pot Restaurant and Your Pie. Wineries include: Habersham Winery, Cartecay Vineyards and Sweet Acre Farms Winery.
Early registration for restaurants is encouraged, says Callahan, so that all participating vendors can receive the maximum amount of advertising exposure. The event is widely publicized through print, television and radio mediums throughout the southeast.
For more information on A taste of Clarkesville, contact 706-754-2220 or find “Taste of Clarkesville” on Facebook