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Food vendors for Oklahoma City Festival of the Arts chosen

A jury has chosen food purveyors for Arts Council of Oklahoma City's annual Festival of the Arts.
by Dave Cathey Modified: January 16, 2013 at 5:51 pm •  Published: January 16, 2013

What I learned this year is that no matter how many years you've run a food booth, if you're in the audition phase all the dishes must be tested by the jury.

“If a vendor brings five dishes, we might only pick three,” Arts Council Executive Director Peter Dolese said.

After three days and 44 applicants, it came down to 21 full-kitchen vendors and 10 food carts.

Ultimately, the hungry masses will have 100 food options on the festival's menu, from appetizers to entrees to desserts with plenty of stroll-friendly snacks.

Come April 23, the following vendors will be at your service at the Oklahoma City Festival of the Arts:

The Indian Taco booth; Bodacious Burritos, Sammy's Pizza, PaPa's Greek Foods, Strawberries Newport, Cajun King, Interurban, Local, Cafe do Brasil, Gopuram, Inca Trail Peruvian Restaurant, Guiltless Concession, Deep Fork Grill, Craig & Carter's Fish Tacos, Harry Bear's, Wong Key Asian Pacific, Brewer Entertainment, Waffle Au Som, Helmut's Strudel, The Roadhouse, and Sweet Corn Express.

Carts include: The Nutcracker, Goode Snacks, Just Nuts, Maui Wowi, Rodney & Lisa Nuts & More, Kona Ice, Scoops Italian Ice, Dippin' Dots and Temptations Food.

by Dave Cathey
Food Editor
The Oklahoman's food editor, Dave Cathey, keeps his eye on culinary arts and serves up news and reviews from Oklahoma’s booming food scene.
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