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South Street Spring Festival: Even bigger this year

This year's festival - May 3 - will have about 30 food and drink outlets and start an hour earlier, at 11 a.m.

South Street Spring Festival: Even bigger this year

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South Street Festival.
South Street Festival.

Mark down May 3 for South Street Spring Festival, the all-ages block party, return for a celebration of all things South Street Headhouse District.

This year's festival will start an hour earlier, at 11 a.m., and run till 8 p.m., as it closes down South Street (between Front and 8th), and along the Second Street Plaza (between South and Lombard).

At least 30 restaurants, bars and food trucks will be out there, as well as crafters, artists and retailers, and Brauhaus Schmitz will host the second annual German Maifest on the 700 block of South, with German beers, dancers, music, food, flower headbands and a May pole.

Three performance stages will be set up - up one from last year - and there will be eight other performance ares.

Food lineup follows:

Food

 

· Cavanaugh’s Headhouse

· Delicias

· Hot Diggity

· Las Bugambilias

· Leziz Turkish Cuisine

· Lovash

· The Lite Choice

· The Reef

· Rita’s Water Ice

· Steaks on South

· Supper

 

Food and Drink

 

· Bistro Romano

· Boyler Room

· Brauhaus Schmitz

· Bridget Foy’s

· Copabanana

· Fat Tuesday’s

· Headhouse Oyster & Crab Company

· Jon’s Bar & Grille

· Legendary Dobbs

· Manny Browns

· O’Neals Pub

· Paddy Whacks

· Pizzeria Stella

· Primo Hoagies

· Redwood

· The Twisted Tail

· Woolly Mammoth

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