Welcome to Fork Fest!
Fork Fest is Santa Barbara's only foodie fork off and park party! The annual Fork Fest will be held May 9th, 2015 at Chase Palm Park at 1:00pm. We are waiting to surprise you with the participants, so we're keeping that a secret for now. What we can tell you is that this event gets better every year & you will definitely be getting FORKED!
Santa Barbara's Best Restaurants & Chefs • Beer, Wine, & Cocktails • Games • And a Live Musical Performance by Tropicool!
More about the event
Fork Fest brings some of the best local eateries together to compete in a friendly fork-off competition to win your vote. Vendors prepare one delectable forkfull of culinary excellence that they think will impress guests and win them the crown! The cuisine genre is entirely open-ended to create a competitive nature among vendors and to inspire originality and quality. The event also features tons of adult beverages to make sure that you don’t leave hungry or thirsty!
Your job is super easy:
Tickets include one (1) tasting from each participating vendor and the ability to purchase more samples if you really can't get enough of one of the food or drink options. Plus, you get a flashy Fork Fest crown and a snazzy yellow fork to keep!
P.S., Fork Fest isn't just for fun... Each year, we choose a local charity that funds from Fork Fest benefit. This year, we are raising funds for the Arts Mentorship Program!
If you're not already convinced that Fork Fest will be the best day of your year, check out the picture gallery and video from the Fork Fest 2014 so you can a) see what all the forking's about 'cause you were silly and weren't there and/or b) just want to relive the forking glory!
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