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Largest Gathering of Food & Commercial Vendors in Georgia  

Afro Latino Foodies; we are bringing the largest gathering of Vendors to the Afro-Latino Foodies Fiesta, and we would like to feature your restaurant, food booth or business. This initiative is looking to spur business at Afro Latino-run eateries and businesses in Georgia. We wanted to make the conscious effort to showcase those who are unfortunately often left out of the food media and retail conversation the most. 

 Afro-Latino Foodies Fiesta Saturday, July 13, 2024, from 1:00pm – 7:00pm at Berkmar High School Parking Lots 405 Pleasant Hill Road, Lilburn GA. 30047

The Afro-Latino Foodies Fiesta will feature more than 100 different local restaurants, food vendors, and commercial vendors so attendees can taste all the best flavors from the Caribbean, Mexico, Central America, South America, and Africa, combine with music and artisan crafts for thousands of people. 

The Afro-Latino Foodies Fiesta is a great opportunity to introduce the many different delicious cuisine from some of the Afro-Latino restaurants to thousands of new customers from the Gwinnett County and Atlanta areas. This is an opportunity for residents and visitors to try foods that they might not have heard of.

 

California's Largest Traveling Food Show is coming to Georgia and is bigger than ever! We’re headed to Lilburn GA.  

Join us on Saturday, July 13, 2024, from 1:00pm – 7:00pm at Berkmar High School Parking Lots 405 Pleasant Hill Road, Lilburn GA. 30047. This awesome Father Day weekend event will showcase top Afro-Latino Restaurants and our expanded Vendor Village. Afro-Latino Foodies Fiesta - Lilburn Georgia is a can't miss event.

This opportunity gives residences and visitors to try foods that they might not have heard of because they are sometimes overlooked in the public eyes. Afro- The Latino Foodies Fiesta will feature more than 100 different local restaurants and 100 commercial vendors, so attendees can taste all the best flavors from the Caribbean, Mexico, Central America, South America, and Africa, combine with artisan crafts, drum circle and Afro ancestry. For more Infor go to: https://afrolatinofoodies.com/