Food brings people together like nothing else! Which is exactly why international eats will be celebrated at the Johns Creek International Festival, happening April 21st in Johns Creek, Georgia.
Head to our bustling Metro burb this spring to experience a celebration of cultures like no other, including: a international beer and wine garden, live music and performances, global market place, cultural displays, kids crafts and enough food trucks and vendors to satisfy every culinary explorer!
(For a full list of vendors, click here!)
And because we all love samples, here just four tastes we recommend you don’t miss:
Garlic Naan Bites + Hummus from ADDA Sports Pub
It’s hard to go wrong with some warm naan & hummus, and the on-the-go version from ADDA certainly does not disappoint! This oven-baked flatbread is a favorite from Central Asian, Indian & Middle Eastern cultures, and is prepared by mixing flour with salt, yeast culture & yogurt then flattened & cooked in a Tandoor oven. Pair these bites with their amazing hummus dip for a perfect snack to munch on while shopping the global market.
Chimney Cakes from Sweet Chimney Bakery
There’s so much to love about this traditional Hungarian street food. Already widely popular in Eastern Europe, chimney cakes (aka “kurtoskalacs”) are quickly becoming a favorite across the globe. The pastry got its name from it’s hollow shape, a result of sweet bread dough being baked on a wooden rod in a rotisserie oven, giving it it’s signature crunchy outside and soft interior. Get yours sweetened with with cinnamon, coconut, sprinkles, walnuts or chocolate toffee (and if you’re feeling wild, try one filled with apples or Nutella ice cream!).
Po’boys from The Tempted Palate
Faster and cheaper than a flight to New Orleans, let your tastebuds transport you to the bayou with this signature Creole dish. Starting with a cut of perfectly crunchy French bread, you can stuff your sub with fried shrimp, crawfish, catfish, gator (yes, gator) or oysters, then top it off with lettuce, marinated tomatoes, jalapeño mayo, spicy Creole mustard and pickles. You can almost hear the Zydeco music in every bite.
Spicy Bon Bon Chicken from Wei Dao
This is not your typical teriyaki, people. The authentic Chinese dish consists of frenched chicken winglets, prepared by carefully trimming the meat loose from the bone, then pushing it down, giving the bites their signature, lollipop-type appearance. Tossed in a zesty Szechuan sauce, this Eastern eat is not to be missed.
The Johns Creek International Festival offers visitors a chance to take a trip around the world without ever leaving the Atlanta Metro! So pack your passport and join us Saturday, April 21st from 11am-8pm for this global celebration in Johns Creek.
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