By Linda Carhart
contributing writer 

Diverse food, sweets at the Apple Festival, Oct. 14-15


September 23, 2023


What suits your fancy? It's an apple festival so we will have apples. But, do you love BBQ? How about a Tri Tip sandwich and fixings at the Red House BBQ booth? Right next to Red House you can purchase great sauce from Kickin Ash BBQ Sauce. You can get tamales, Mexican street corn, hot dogs, deep fried twisted potatoes with toppings or sliders with apple bacon.

Why not have teriyaki, egg roll or chow mein from the Chinese food truck or sausage sandwiches, grilled chicken sandwiches, Philly cheesesteak from Sausage King. Get some nachos, tacos, and other great Mexican food. Pick up your favorite Bloody Mary mix or other tomato mixes. This year we also have BVS Mushrooms and honey.


We have a couple of apple pie vendors including TehachaPie, Baking Me Crazy, Black Velvet Bakery and Brenda's Sweets. Cookies from Crows Custom Cookies, Black Velvet Bakery, Churros, cotton candy, soft toffee, funnel cakes and coffee. Boy Scout Troop 3 walk around the festival with their special treat called "apple nachos." It's sliced apples covered in caramel or chocolate sauce and other fixings. A real treat.

Don't forget that we offer beer and wine in Centennial Plaza. You must drink it there, but that's no problem because you can drink while you watch some talented musicians perform for your enjoyment.

If what we offer to eat doesn't seem to fit the bill, we encourage you to try some of our local restaurants like Petra's, Kohnen's Country Bakery, 4 Seasons Café, Buelna's Grill, Thai Hachapi or dinner at Jake's Steakhouse, Kasagiri or Perfettos ... all within walking distance of the Apple Festival.

The Apple Festival offers so much to eat and drink but we also support all our Downtown business and hope you will visit the stores, Stray Leaves Winery and restaurants.


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