Throughout the entire festival you will find delectable treats to be sampled ranging from jams to condiments, pickles to hot sauce, cookies to ice cream, and all sorts of other Michigan-made foods to stock up on for home. Sample all you like, but save room for a meal or two while you’re at the fest. We will be adding to this list of dining options once the event draws nearer.

Street Vendor Options:

Almonds R Nuts-If you’re wondering what that delicious smell is, chances are it’s these cinnamon roasted nuts.

Mystic Kettle-Kettle corn popped before your very eyes.

Ray’s Red Hots-Polish and Italian sausages, brats, hot dogs, chips, and drinks.

Sup Dogs-Hot dogs, Detroit-style coney dogs, sausages, specialty dogs, nachos, walking tacos, mac & cheese, chips, and drinks

Restaurants Along the Fest 

BakBar – 160 E. Main

Bricks – 133 W. Main upper level

Browndog – 118 E. Main

Center Street Grill – 135 N. Center

Edwards Cafe – 115 E. Main

Garage Grill & Fuel Bar – 202 W. Main

Genitti’s – 108 E. Main

Great Harvest Bread Co. – 139 E. Main

Joseph’s Coney Island – 113 W. Main

Koji – 146 Mary Alexander Court

Le George – 124 E. Main

Lucy & the Wolf – 102 E. Main

My Little Paris Cafe & Bookstore – 141 E. Main

Northville Sports Den – 133 W. Main lower level

Nourish Northville – 112 W. Main

Poole’s Tavern – 157 E. Main

Rebecca’s Restaurant & Ice Cream Parlor – 134 N. Center

Table 5 – 126 E. Main

Urge Juice – 137 E. Main

Tirami Su Italian Restorante – 146 MainCentre

Tuscan Cafe-150 N. Center

Yogurt Palooza – 101 MainCentre

 

 

 

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