I spent the evening dinner hour inside the food court area of the Vancouver Folk Music Festival tonight, the 1st night of this spectacular weekend festival that is in its 33rd year.
Foods from all regions of the world were featured including Thai, Ukranian, Japanese, Mexican, and more, I settled for El Salvadoran along with some good old Westcoast Organic Pizza.
At El Nuevo Amancer their booth featured delicacies from El Salvador.
I had a combo plate of Pupupusas (bean and cheese), tamale (chicken) and tostadas ($8) along with the Plantains with beans ($5). After wandering around I ended up at Rocky Mountain Flatbread Co and had their Rocky Mtn Flatbread Sundried tomato & goats cheese flatbtead pizza for ($12).
The Vancouver Folk Music Festival is taking place at Jericho Beach Park July 16-18. There is a wide array of food and drink offered for all tastes in the food court area as well as around the fest site.
By: Richard Wolak