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Saturday, May 4-5
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! Dancing Goats will be will be on-site.

Food Truck Vendors

A la Carte Foods

Kettle Corn and Ice Cream Novelties
Frozen chocolate-covered bananas, popcorn, and other treat options!

Adobo ATL

Filipino-American Food
Adobo is a restaurant and catering service that provides honest, modest, and delicious Filipino-American food to the Atlanta metro area. Adobo’s approach combines familiar Filipino flavors with thoughtful and refreshed preparations. Whether you’re a fellow Filipino looking for the comforts of traditional homestyle ulam, or a foodie looking to try Filipino food for the first time, Adobo offers something for everyone to enjoy.

Bill’s Lemonade

Bill’s “World Famous” Lemonade has been drawing crowds of customers at fairs, festivals, ballparks, amusement parks, and concert venues for over 70 years. The secret to making the world’s best lemonade — is threefold: the juiciest and freshest Sunkist lemons, a secret sugar blend, and specially- designed equipment to cut and blend these ingredients — all to order before your eyes!

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. 
The traditional definition of Hapa is “to mix” — be that a mixture races, cultures, ideas, or even ingredients. Their menu is infused with pieces of theirancestral and familial favorites. Sara is half Thai and half Hawaiian, born in Kona on the Big Island. Jessica is biracial as well, raised and heavily influenced by the south. Thus was born Hapa Kitchen, a fusion of island and southern culinary influences, embodying the innate hospitality infused into both of our unique cultures.

Jalapeno Corndog Concessions

Carnival Food
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

Locally-made Popsicles
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

Flavored Shaved Ice
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. Thin, delicate flakes of shaved ice create a soft and fluffy texture that melts in your mouth. Add your own flavors at our patented FlavorWave.


Bosnian(ish) Sandwiches, Burgers, and Fries
Adi Komic is founder of Krupana, a Bosnian and Balkan culture pop-up. The inspiration for Krupana came after working in various kitchens and realizing he was neglecting his own culture and food history. 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. The menu includes traditional Bosnian dishes, Southern comfort foods, Atlanta staples and more. Krupana pop-up is well known in the brewery scene and we are excited for their return to the Decatur Arts Festival this year.

Lisa’s Creperie

Savory & Sweet Crepes + Coffee
Lisa’s authentic crepe recipe has been in her family for generations. Born in France and raised in the island of Corsica, her passion for French Cooking and crepes has been lifelong. After moving to the U.S. for school and the navy, Lisa searched for crepes to get a little taste of her childhood, but they never tasted like real French Crêpes. Lisa’s Crêperie was created in May 2017.

Mango Mania

Fresh Fruit Treats
Fresh mango, watermelon, and pineapple peeled and cut into pieces, with a variety of different toppings – including condensed milk, lemon, salt, hot sauce, honey. They also offer refreshing Agua Frescas with fresh fruit!

7 Suns 2 Moons

Vegan Comfort Food
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.

Premier Events Bar Booths

Stop by to grab an ice-cold beer, a variety of wines, or plenty of other refreshment options at Premier Events bar booths. You’ll find beverages from these brands: 3 Taverns Brewery, Athletic Brewing Co., Bravazzi Hard Italian Soda, Crooked Owl, Sand Point and The Zero Proof.

Artistanal Beers
Non-Alcoholic Craft Beers
Hard Italian Soda
Hard Tepache
Sustainably Crafted Wines
Non-Alcoholic Spirits
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