5 Metro Detroit Food Festivals to Spring Into

By: Metro Detroit Chevy Dealers | March 5, 2018
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Food festivals are a great way to experience not only new foods but new takes on all of your favorites. Not to mention, you can discover new restaurants in the area that can quickly become a new go-to spot. From new vegetarian options to food truck battles, and of course, bacon, here are some noteworthy food festivals and events coming to the D soon.

Zingerman’s Cornman Farms Pie & Mash Pop-Up Shop (through 3/25)

Zingerman’s Cornman Farms will transform into a traditional English Pie & Mash Shop every Sunday in March. This upcoming Sunday will feature a bacon homity pie, March 18 will feature the burgundy beef pie, and March 25 will feature the chicken tikka masala. You can pre-order your pies to either take home or enjoy at their farmhouse tables.

Detroit Fleat Food Truck Faceoffs (4/7)

Every first Saturday of the month at the Detroit Fleat in Ferndale will feature two food trucks facing off in a cooking competition in which everyone hungry wins. Each month features a different theme and if you vote for the winning truck, you will have the chance to a win a great prize. Be sure to check the Detroit Fleat Facebook page for more information on the theme.

Bacon Bash – Bacon & Brews Edition (4/7)

The Royal Oak Farmers Market will host the Bacon Bash 2018 – Bacon & Brews Edition on Saturday, April 7. Known as a “Bacon Bonanza,” the event will feature all things bacon from over 25 of metro Detroit’s favorite restaurants. There will also be over 80 craft beers on hand, along with a large selection of wine and cocktails. For more information on tickets and full list of vendors, be sure to visit the official website.

Whether you're going out on a fishing trip, discovering new hiking spots, or heading out for a weekend of camping, the Trailblazer is an ideal companion for your active lifestyle.

VegFest (4/29)

A Michigan tradition for 19 years, VegFest 2018 returns to the Suburban Collection Showplace on Sunday, April 29. Along with local doctors and nutritionists speaking about the benefits of a plant-based diet, this year’s list of guest speakers include professional football player Theo Riddick, an athlete who uses his plant-based diet for more energy. The festival will also include plenty of great food options, shopping, and family-friendly activities. Buy your tickets early to save on admission!