Florida Food Festivals & Food Shows
(Food, Wine, Beer & Agricultural Events)
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Here are JUST A FEW Featured Festivals:
January 18-20, 2019
Sarasota Seafood & Music Festival
Join us for the 4th Annual Sarasota Seafood & Music Festival. Both Saturday and Sunday from 10-6. Admission and parking are free. Come enjoy downtown Sarasota with friends and family. The event is graciously hosted by the Sarasota Downtown Merchants Association. Select from exquisite foods cooked onsite incorporating the freshest ingredients by local restaurants and food purveyors. Choose from grouper, mahi-mahi, stone crabs, oysters, shrimp and soft-shell crabs, crab cakes and more. Meat entrees include Italian and Polish sausage, steak sandwiches and chicken-on-a-stick and a variety of vegetarian and rice dishes also are offered. While savoring your meal, sit back and relax to some of Florida’s top musical groups. Performances are live on-stage in musical genres from Rock N’ Roll, R&B, Blues, Rumba and Flamenco to Reggae, Jazz & Big Band sounds.
January 19-20, 2019
Annual Florida Keys Seafood Festival
Key West, Florida
Bayview Park. The Florida Keys Seafood Festival's purpose is to raise money for the fishing industry, to showcase the great local seafood harvested by the commercial fishermen of the Keys, to provide scholarships to college-bound children of commercial fishermen, and to celebrate our community by bringing families and friends together.
January 26-28, 2019 - 35th Annual Mullet Festival and Buzzard Lope
The three-day festival attracts nearly 5,000 people to Goodland. Fried and smoked mullet are featured and the Buzzard Lope Queen is named during the event. Held annually at Stan's Idle Hour the weekend before the Super Bowl. Attendance: 5,000
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