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awesome eats at our holiday craft show

Shopping can really work up an appetite, so we are bringing in a bunch of great food vendors to our big holiday show on Nov. 28! We’ve got sweet and savory, familiar favorites and new eats!

Plus, the bar at the Music Hall Ballroom will be open all day so you can grab a mimosa or a locally brewed beer or a soda!


brown bear bakery brownie

Brown Bear Bakery: Exquisite baked goods of all sorts, fresh out of the oven.


Dojo Gelato: Delicious gelato in limited edition flavors! They’re now expanding from their home in Findlay Market to Northside!


La Terza Artisan Coffee Roasterie: Excellent espresso and coffee drinks to help keep your energy up!


Macaron Bar: Colorful almond cookies in flavors you wouldn’t believe! This shop started in OTR and now has outposts in Hyde Park and Kenwood!



Fireside Pizza Wagon: We loved their brick oven pizza even before they opened their great restaurant in Walnut Hills! They’re firing up the mobile oven for us on Nov. 28.


Quite Frankly: Hot dog! This mobile food vendor specializes in tasty meats. 


Red Sesame Korean BBQ/Taco: The flavors of Korean food goes so well with the portable taco format! You won’t regret trying it.


Street Chef Brigade: Street food with an attitude! The menu changes daily, but you can expect it to be hearty and comforting!



Chocolats Latour: Delicious handcrafted chocolates — soon with a bricks-and-mortar store in Northside!


Detroit Jam Co.: Surprising jams with a little less sugar and a lot more flavor than store-bought!


Frittle Candy: Newfangled Confections makes “updated grandma candies,” such as frittle, which is delicious like peanut brittle!

You can check out our full lineup of craft vendors here and explore them on Pinterest!

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