Love Food Festival 2017 being held at Bristol’s Paintworks this weekend


24 October 2017


Food & Drink


A delicious celebration of some of the best street food available in Bristol and the South West will take place this weekend when Love Food Festival 2017 returns.

The event, which will take place on Sunday October 29th at Paintworks, will give visitors the chance to sample food and drink from a wide range of stallholders.

Represented will be The Somerset Deli, fish specialists Devon Fishcakes, chutney and sauce vendors Gingerbreads, sweet tooth satisfiers The Cake Sisters and many more.

You will also be be able to sample  tasty treats from Los Hermanos, Agnes Spencers (jerk chicken) and Socarrat (paella).

Jo Ingleby, the BBC Cook of the Year 2015, will be running workshops which will be suitable for all the family.

Talking of families, children can enjoy crafts from Oodle Doodle and also witness some expert pumpkin carving from the highly-skilled sculptors from Mangostone.

For more information visit the Love Food Festival website.

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