SOBEWFF® Artisan Food Market on Lincoln Road Featuring POPEYES Sunday Feb 28th

SOBEWFF® Artisan Food Market on Lincoln Road

From ramen to gourmet doughnuts, this outdoor market is serving up the city’s best bites

After a successful launch in January, the SOBEWFF® Artisan Food Market on Lincoln Road is back to spice up Sunday Funday with a brand new line-up featuring the city’s best homegrown culinary talent and a special edition Popeyes® food truck which will be giving away 500 FREE Chicken Sandwiches. First come first serve while supplies last from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

“There is no better way to celebrate our newest Festival sponsor, Popeyes®, than to offer the famous Chicken Sandwich to our loyal fans for free,” said Lee Brian Schrager, Festival Founder & Director. “We’re excited to exclusively bring Popeyes® to the City of Miami Beach, and to the Festival in May.”

The Market, which runs the last Sunday of every month leading up to the Festival’s 20th anniversary in May, features a rotating roster of Miami’s best bites, giving local businesses an opportunity to showcase and sell their creations. This month’s edition will be hosted by Gio Gutierrez aka @chatchowtv – a longtime Festival friend and food curator. Confirmed vendors to date include:

  • 2 Korean Girls
  • Acapella Seafood
  • AJ’s SinnaBuns
  • Babe’s Meat & Counter
  • Bagel Balls
  • Big Dough Cookies
  • Cilantro 27
  • CrepeMaker
  • Honeybee Doughnuts
  • Jennifer’s Homemade
  • Luly’s Flans
  • Paleta 305
  • Pastelito Papi
  • Puptables
  • Smiles Gourmet Pudding
  • Taquiza Tacos
  • Temple Street Eatery
  • Wynwood Parlor

The SOBEWFF® Artisan Food Market on Lincoln Road and Popeyes® Food Truck (first come first serve while supplies last) will run from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Sunday, February 28, and will be located in Michigan Avenue between Lincoln Lane North and Lincoln Lane South. For more information please visit www.sobewff.org/market.

Zulma Torres

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