Fall Food Festivals in KC

By | November 6, 2012

If you know anything about Kansas City, you know that the city is known for its barbecue. However, do not let that fool you into thinking that is all KC is known for. The area knows how to please its people and guests with food.

Blair Stover has a list of food festivals below that you should definitely attend if you have a chance. While most of these have passed, be sure to jot them down for next year!

KC Renaissance Festival – This renaissance fair will take you back into history just like any other will and if you like history, you will love this festival. However, if you are in it for the food, you better come hungry because the food is massive. The fair is known for their mammoth-sized turkey legs and their sausages.

Lenexa Spinach Festiva – Lenexa has been known as the “Spinach Capital” since the 1930’s and this one-day event gives its fans a chance to sample some of the best spinach on the planet. Music and games are available as well.

Mousaka - (bottom center) Yahni (String Beans ...
Mousaka – (bottom center) Yahni (String Beans – top center) Pork Souvlaki (Kebab) – (left to right, center Rice Pilaf – (bottom right) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Greek Festival – This festival will take you on a virtual trip to Greece where you can sample things like gyros, souvlaki and spanakopitas.

Under The Harvest Moon at Powell Gardens – Kingsville plays host to this very eventful festival every year as you will have the chance to try foods straight from the farm as they will go from the garden to the dinner table right before your eyes.

Plaza Art Fair - Of course art is not a food, however, during the Plaza Art Fair you will notice that burgers and steak sandwiches are consumed in mass quantities during the weekend.

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