This Saturday, July 16, and/or Sunday, July 17, come to the Helms Bakery District to enjoy the
Eat Real Festival
, a celebration of all things tasty, fresh and handmade, with a focus on street food, local wines, handcrafted beers and traditional craft food. And no dish or drink costs more than $5.
Food vendors at the event will include:
A Rockin Ice:
Hawaiian shaved ice.
Plachinta, Romania's favorite comfort food.
Malibu's natural ice cream.
Belcampo Meat Co.:
Wagyu hot dogs, fries, and handmade condiments.
Real. Good. Meat.
Bowers Gourmet Sausages:
Sausages done deliciously.
Handmade ice cream sammies, fancified.
Corn Maiden Foods:
Tasty tamales made from Native American recipes.
Sweet and savory crepes, Parisian-inspired.
Serving Blue Bottle Coffee and Art of Tea.
Farm to curbside dining.
Pacific Rim flavors with French technique.
Go Country Chuck Wagon:
Southern and Tex-Mex specialties.
Adventurously gourmet with ungourmet prices.
Let's Be Frank:
Frankly good hotdogs and sausages.
Me So Hungry Truck:
Sliders to satisfy all your urgers.
Nom Nom Truck:
Vietnamese banh mi, buns, and tacos.
Old Vine Café:
Global fare ranging Asian to French and more.
Gourmet ramen and Asian comfort food.
Traditional raspados with homemade syrups.
Sushi hand rolls made fresh and easy to carry.
The Hungry Nomad:
Contemporary Armenian and Lebonese fare.
West Coast / French / Phillipines trifecta.
Waffles de Liege:
Made fresh with Belgian pearl sugar.
Also check out the Beer Shed and the Wine Shed for a selection of potent potables -- including some local small-batch brews and several of California’s top vineyards -- at $5 a glass.
Festivities include live music and food skill demos throughout both days. And if you ride your bike the festival (after all, it is Carmageddon Weekend), bike valets from the Culver City Bicycle Coalition will park your bike and watch it for you while you eat and drink!
The festival starts at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday and wraps up on Sunday at 9:00 p.m. Learn more about the Eat Real Festival