The Famous Food Festival is an incredible culinary experience with 65 vendors offering a variety of unique and tempting dishes along with music and entertainment.
Famous Food Festival co-owners of Dix Hills Events, two Dix Hills natives with extensive experience in hosting similar food-based festivals in New York and New Jersey through their Hauppauge-based event production company Created by Dylan Ross and Eric Urslavan. .
The Famous Food Festival originally debuted at Deer Park in 2018 to great success and acclaim. The second is in Deer Park and the third is in Riverhead.
In 2020, however, all three events were completely canceled due to mandatory lockdown measures aimed at curbing the spread of COVID-19, but as the pandemic-related woes began to gradually ease. , the festival managed to make a small comeback and host one Deer Park. The 2021 show, said Ross.
“The pandemic has had a huge impact on us, but we were lucky enough to have the event on Labor Day weekend in 2021. This is the first time after missing all of 2020. So this weekend, August 26-28, will be our first true year, replicating our 2019 schedule,” he said. “It is very exciting to be able to provide opportunities for children and families to get out and have fun and come together. And we’re back bigger, better and stronger than before.”
Took over 150,000 sq ft south parking lot at Tanger Outlets Friday (8/26) 1-8pm, Saturday & Sunday (8/27 & 8/28) 11am-8pm It is scheduled to be held. The festival is a fantastic culinary experience featuring 65 vendors (divided into 26 food trucks and over 40 booths) with a variety of music and entertainment options to help attendees digest all the spectacular food. We offer unique and attractive dishes.
While the food vendors opening this weekend cover just about anything you could possibly want to stuff your mouth with, many featuring delicious, one-of-a-kind twists, Ross , pointed out some standouts that typically gravitate toward. long lines.
“One of last year’s very popular vendors is back and he’s offering deep-fried watermelon…a very popular homemade recipe from the Philippines,” he said. “We also have Caribbean Street Eats, which serves mako shark sandwiches that people really love. We also have Oyster Lovers Food his truck, where Oyster He serves sandwiches and other great food.”
“So we have a lot of American classics, but we also have a lot of unique items, so if you’re looking for something new that you’ve tried before, we definitely have a wide range of nationalities and It covers cooking,” continued Ross. But I also have a classic to rely on.”
Pointing out that ticket sales have proven to far exceed their expectations, Ross said, “We’re selling tickets at a record-breaking pace right now, so we’ll definitely be back.” is certainly exciting.”
The festival’s return to a full yearly schedule – in addition to August, the event will take place October 7-10 at Deer Park and then November 4-6 at Riverhead again – is for Ross. A significant event, he said: Being forced to wait out the pandemic has proved to be very annoying as he is passionate about giving back.
“We’ve survived this long because we really care about our community and we really care about the vendors that we support,” he said. Given the state of the world today, we hope to give kids some excitement and bring back the ‘family’ aspect that seems to have been lost the last two times. Year. It’s all about giving back to the community and supporting local businesses, and I’m excited to see what it can grow into in the future. “