September 22, 2020 – The first-ever Zadar Street Food Festival will kick off at the end of the month to enhance the destination for both tourists and locals.
HRTurizam reports that gastronomy trends have recently turned to street food, so following that direction, the city of Zadar will launch its first Zadar Street Food Festival, which will be held from September 30 to October 4, 2020, at the Bamboo beach bar.
While the coronavirus epidemic has dictated how we hold outdoor gatherings, the end of summer is an ideal time for outdoor festivals. In addition to quality content for tourists, they also raise the quality of life for the local population.
Thus, at one of the most beautiful locations in Zadar, Puntamika, with a packed music program composed of local DJs, guests will enjoy simple but top quality dishes prepared by Zadar caterers.
Visitors will be able to try street food specialties directed by Hedonista, OX meet & eat, Maguro restaurant & sushi bar, Delimaris Fish & chips, Salsa Rosse, Burgers & More, and PIK GRILL HOUSE. Every visitor will find something tasty that suits them, from various types of gourmet burgers to fish and meat delicacies, special Pinsa pizza, and more.
The organizers also made sure there is something to satisfy the sweet teeth in the crowd. Led by Cafe Danica, guests can refresh with Italian ice cream, and Bamboo Ice will offer a varied selection of pancakes. There will also be cocktails and the opportunity for guests to taste local wines from the Zadar County area.
Street food festivals are a unique gastronomic and urban experience, and the city of Zadar is certainly on the list of urban cities with a quality offer outside the tourist season. As we all know, events and congresses are great as a motive for arrivals in the extension of the tourist season.
HRTurizam writes that this festival is a great time for hotels and other accommodation providers to get involved. Because this is great quality content for guests, be sure to inform them about the Zadar Street Food Festival, tell them the story of Zadar and the gastro scene, about Zadar Maraschino, and offer transport to the festival if possible.
If all goes well, the Zadar Street Food Festival, although conceptually created as a result of the coronavirus lockdown, will become a traditional event and a quality offer of Zadar.
Find out more about the Zadar Street Food Festival HERE.