Photos show the booming Charters food and drink festival in Peterborough
The International Food and Drink Festival will take place on the bank holiday weekend
Photos showed an enthusiastic response to a new food and drink festival in Peterborough. Hosted by Charters Bar, which is based on a boat moored on the River Nene, local businesses have come together to bring their flavors to people.
From fudge to wine and even delicious Polish sausages, there are plenty of tasty treats on offer at the food and drink festival. The festival kicked off on Saturday April 30 and takes place at their newly expanded beer garden.
The International Food and Drink Festival brings flavors, dishes and desserts from around the world to the people of Peterborough. Whatever your taste buds, there are plenty of options available.
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And when do you fancy a drink? Just head to the bar for one of their award-winning beers, or maybe a cheeky G&T.
Admission to the event is free all weekend. On Saturday evening, daytime music from 2pm to 8pm from the Eclectic Ballroom will be followed by live music from 10pm thanks to Generation 5pan – playing hits from the 50s, 60s and 70s.
On Sunday, punters will be treated to Jazz Underground between noon and 3 p.m., with solo artist Dan Poole on stage from 3 p.m. Open from noon to 8 p.m., Saturday and Sunday May 1, it is worth the detour. We’re just jealous that we can’t go!
Some of the amazing treats on offer include:
- House of Feasts Kiosk Polish Sausages
- Michelle’s Delicious Dishes featuring foods from around the world
- Perogarnia with Ukrainian and Polish cuisine
- Jamaican delights
- The Pancake Shack
- Remstone Kitchen will offer West African dishes
- Fudge Gourmandise
- And many others !
Check out photos from the first international food and drink festival below: