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Montreal Is Hosting Massive "Street Food" Festival In The Old Port

Food trucks, live music, drinks and more!
Montreal Is Hosting Massive "Street Food" Festival In The Old Port

You probably know by now that I love everything to with festivals in Montreal. The summertime is packed full with crazy festivals from yoga festivals to dog festivals and everything in between! But the best kind of festivals in the city obviously have to do with food. 

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That's why I'm super excited to say that there's a massive food truck festival happening in the Old Port that's going to feature some amazing food vendors, farm-fresh produce markets, drinks, games and more! 

via @nicolesvoboda_

The festival is called YUL Eat and it's taking place from September 2nd-4th! You may have already heard of this festival from last year, but this year they've got some even bigger things planned for us! 

via @matnezaah

via @djinn.sirops

They're going to have tons of food trucks set up right beside the Clock Tower like Mandy's, King Bao, Grumman '78, Brit and Chips, Piri Piri, Renoir and a whole lot more. 

via @jeezy_brown

They're also going to have a huge market with local Quebec producers sharing their farm-fresh products! There will also be a huge beer garden with live bands, a Natrel tent teaching you how to make perfect lattes, and a fun relay race testing your serving skills! 

via @isacontant

via @yolaue

General admission to this fun festival is only $5 and from there they offer specials on food and drink tickets up to $115 for all 3 days!

The whole purpose of this festival is to bring farm fresh ingredients straight to your table so you'll be guaranteed to eat some delicious foods at this event!

via @festivalyuleat

Check out theirwebsite for a full lineup of restaurants involved and to grab your tickets early! 

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