Inaugural event planned for Old Falls Street on Labor Day weekend
More than 25 area restaurants are expected to showcase their culinary expertise during the inaugural Taste of Niagara Falls, on Old Falls Street, USA. The two-day family-friendly food festival is planned for Labor Day weekend, Sept. 5 and 6, from noon to 8 p.m.
It is still accepting vendor applications.
"Niagara Falls has some of the most famous restaurants and cuisine that Western New York has to offer, and visitors may experience all of them at this one event," said Corey McGowan, festival organizer. He noted long-time local favorites such as Fortuna's, Viola's, Buzzy's and Scipione's are already on board along with newer area restaurants such as La Galera, Carmine's, Rainforest Café and Soliday's.
"We are looking forward to presenting this first-time event on Old Falls Street during Labor Day weekend, when residents and visitors alike will be able to sample the best cuisine Niagara Falls, New York has to offer," said Jason Murgia, Old Falls Street's general manager.
The Taste of Niagara Falls is organized by Corey McGowan Productions.