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Answered: What to eat and drink at MAIN ST. Arts Festival

Some of you did apparently view craft beer as “food” for this one.

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There will be four main food courts for MAIN ST: 2nd Street, 4th Street, 6th Street, and 9th Street.

Courtesy Geno Loro

The MAIN ST. Arts Festival hath returned to Fort Worth for Year 37, and last week, we posed two queries about your festival dining preferences.

About two-thirds of our readers eat at the festival when they go. That’s good, because 2024 has an amazing array of culinary vendors.

To plan, begin by consulting the map, noting six food and drink locations labeled F2 through F7. Need more tips? Check out what your fellow readers recommended:

Craft beer | Situated throughout the festival, sample options from Revolver, Rahr, and Blue Moon.

Margs | MAIN ST. partnered with specialty vendor 31 Degrees for margaritas this year, and they are available throughout the fair.

Nachos | Cowboy brisket nachos ($16) are at Texas Skillet (F4). If you’re a little more traditional, Bobby’s Fajitas (F7) has cheese nachos at $8.

Empanadas | 3F Premier Catering (F3) is your best bet, with options from $11 to $28.

Smoked Turkey Legs | Leisure Foods (F2 and F7) serves ‘em up for $20 — bear in mind, they’re huge.

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