Ethnic food will be offered at the restaurants with inside seating and curbside / takeout per the State guidelines for Green status.
THERE WILL BE NO OUTDOOR FOOD BOOTHS.
MAIN STREET WILL NOT BE CLOSED.
This year it is not a festival because of the ‘Gathering’ restrictions.
Some of the foods to be offered are haluski, kielbasa, brats and kraut, tacos, nachos, Italian meatballs, pizza, Japanese cheesecake, crepes, baklava, cream puffs, apple strudel, smoothies, salads and more. Look at the individual restaurants FaceBook pages for details.
The restaurants are Cheesecake Caffe, DoWood Pizzeria, Crooked Creek Distillery, Green Berry, McFeely's Chocolate and Ice Cream, Laurel Highlands Meadery, Iceburgh Bistro, Burgher Burger, Colonial Grille, Sala Sam's, New Crescent Brewery, Gato Tequila & Tacos, Pizza Supreme and Brandy's on Main.
There will be a handful of Craft booths in the private parking lots similar to the Ligonier Farmers Market set up with one-way lanes and social distancing.
Mikey D, the accordion player whose Balkan trio traditionally plays at the ethnic festival, will be playing solo from 10 to 2.
For information about the craft booths, call Bob Juliano at Brandy's on Main (724) 861-0990