If you’re a foodie and looking for something to do this weekend you definitely should go to this year’s Eat Real Festival. It’s a blend of a street-food festival, a state fair, and a block party all combined into a FREE yumtastic celebration. At the event you’ll learn all about where your food comes from, attendance is free, and all the food will cost $8 or less. On top of that there will be great music, and amazing ambiance, and a whole bunch of vendors for you to shop from.
The Eat Real mission is to “help revitalize regional food systems, build public awareness of and respect for the craft of making good food and to encourage the growth of American food entrepreneurs.” Click here for more information and we’ll see you this weekend!
Co-founder and the Marketing and Communications Coordinator, Mamou is a recent college graduate from the University of California, Riverside. Being raised in Oakland, and spending 4 years in Southern California, Mamou heard the constant negative views that people had on the Bay Area. She vowed to help change those views, and Nook and Kranny is her first step in doing so.