The time is near: classic food festival Ulichnaya Eda (Street Food) is back in November! We are very much excited to grab a bite of the favorite yummies and spend the weekend on fresh air. Suit up in warm sweaters, unpack your wellingtons, and get ready to roll.
Once a tiny local food festival, now "Ulichnaya Eda" (Street Food) made a name for itself, luring foodies from Kyiv and guests of the city. Although November isn’t the kindest month weather-wise, worry not - forecasts predict warmth. And fun!
An iconic location will gather over 100 food vendors for the closure of the season: some of the food vendors you may already know and love. Pan-Asian, waffles, oyesters, hamburgers and falafel…the list is not full. Expect the newbies as well, as Kyiv was rich on new openings this fall.
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Naturally, it’s not only all about tasting food here and now. Loft pavilion will host the Local Food Market, where local craft manufacturers will present their products ready for sale. The Urban Market will present you the best chosen collections from Ukrainian designers, and workshops for foodies and free degustations will be traditionally available as well. You can even get a beauty make-over if you’re in the mood for it - both men and women can get professional service in the Beauty Corner with a beauty salon and two barbershops. The Trio Mandili music band is responsible for the music this time - and truly, what can be a better soundtrack to a fest like this, if not a trio performing atmospheric tunes. If you visit "Ulichnaya Eda" with kids, be sure to visit the Kids Place where animators will entertain children with programs ready.
When: November 4-5th from 11 A.M. to 11 P.M.
Admission fee: UAH 75 ticket bought beforehand (you can buy them here concert.ua/eventpage/ulichnaja-eda), UAH 100 on the spot. Free admission for kids until age of 15, large families and people with disabilities.
Address: 1 Bilomorska Street (Art-zavod Platforma)
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Photo source: Ulichnaya Eda Facebook page. All images belong to their rightful authors.