Taste of South Lake

Published October 22, 2012 by theycallmemrstibbs

Sorry I know I’m a week late with the posting of this but we went to a food festival on South Lake Avenue on October 12. I just haven’t had any spare time to blog about it.

Firstly this is the second year we have been able to go to the event so we had past experience of what to expect and secondly, I couldn’t take too many photos as it was rather busy.

So here goes.

When we got there we were amazed at how many people were there, so to weigh it all up we decided to go for a little wander to have a look what was going on. We started the walk with handing our details over to go into a free draw for masses of prizes and we got 2 new shopping bags, which is always good.
We found out which of the restaurants and eateries from South Lake Avenue, Pasadena and the surrounding area had stalls this year the list is as follows.

Needless to say it’s a very extensive list. We obviously did not try all of these, as that would have been way too much to eat. We did try The Corner Bakery Cafe, Wahoo’s, Rubio’s and a few others. All great.

I then found the stall for South Lake Farmers Market, who had a draw for a free pumpkin every hour. Which I didn’t win at all. But because I had gone back for the draw they gave me a baby pumpkin, which will be used over Halloween.

After the excitement of the draws for other prizes, again which I didn’t win they had bands on.


We listened to the first whilst we walked around the market, however, we both knew we had heard of  Dustbowl Revival, either it was from Make Music Pasadena or the last food festival on Lake last year. So we stayed around to watch them. To describe the band I’ve taken a little snippet from South Lake Avenues advertising for the event. They classed them as “A rowdy Venice-based roots collective that skillfully mixes New Orleans swing, mountain bluegrass and jug-blues into a lethal Americana cocktail.

And here are the photos to prove we did stay to watch them.

After all the excitement that put a great end to my birthday week and we too tuckered out to do more.


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