Saturday, May 7-8
on and around the square
Food and drink vendors will be on and around the square. Grab a bite and eat as you explore or find a spot on the square’s lawn.
Dine inside or on the patios at our local restaurants around the square and down Ponce de Leon Avenue. The whole festival is inside Decatur’s open container entertainment zone so you can take your cocktail or beer to go as you stroll through the market.
Taking kiddos to the the the Kids Festival at Decatur Recreation Center on Saturday? We got you covered! Opo Coffee, Decatur’s newest coffee shop, will be will be on-site.
Hapa Kitchen ATL Food Truck
Homemade Hawaiin comfort food. This foodtruck team is fairly new to the Atlanta scene, but have quickly made a name for themselves with their delicious and creative offerings.
Jalapeno Corndog Concessions
Hotdogs, corndogs, Magic House Sauce chicken tenders, funnel cake,and the “Best funnel cakes in the ATL!” Looking for somthing a little spicier??… give their famous jalepeño corndogs a try. A long time Decatur Arts Festival participant, this food truck is guaranteed to satisfy all of your festival food cravings!
King of Pops Popsicle Cart
KOP is the popsicle favorite around Atlanta serving up unique flavors of gourmet popsicles. Come experience your own “Unexpected Moment Of Happiness” under that always recognizable rainbow umbrella in various locations throughout the Decatur Arts Festival.
Kona Ice Food Truck
Cool off with a Kona Ice Sno Cone! Kona is a delicious one-of-a-kind food truck serving gourmet shaved ice in several tropical flavors. This team is always a festival and Decatur favorite.
A Bosnian(ish) pop-up. Chef Adi was born in Bosnia and raised in the American South, and the food at this amazing pop-up reflects the combination of these cultures – Bosnian (ish) recipes highlighting Balkan cuisine with a southern touch. Krupana pop-up is well known in the brewery scene and we are excited for their return to the Decatur Arts Festival this year.
Yummi Katon Cotton Candy
Multiple flavors of specialty homemade cotton candy served in traditional bags or on cones.
Opo Coffee Cart
Saturday Only at Kids Fest
OPO is the newest coffee shop in the city of Decatur, on Howard Avenue. The word “OPO” means “yes” with respect in the Filipino language. We look forward to hosting their coffee cart at the Kids Fest on Saturday.
7Suns_2Moons – Vegan Pop-Up
Family owned vegan pop-up, catering and meal prep business specializing in transitional vegan diets. They are frequently found at the Atlanta Food Truck Park as well as festivals and events around Atlanta, and we’re excited for them to be returning to the Decatur Arts Festival this year.