For impatient foodies like us, we’re relieved to announce that one of Langley City’s best culinary events has returned!
On August 27, hungry folks will gather at McBurney Plaza for an unrivalled food experience. Live cooking demonstrations from local chefs, will have you salivating to sample each dish, while a full schedule of musicians and performers will have you taking dance breaks between tastings.
Watch in awe as Chef Spencer Watts makes Creole Lobster Bisque with Louisiana succotash, then savour every bite afterwards. Take in the exquisite aroma of award-winning BBQ as renowned Pitmaster Kevin Legge shows off the art of slow cooking.
With 14 restaurants from around Downtown Langley participating, you can have a different cuisine for every course. Start with modern Thai from Ban Chok Dee, then move on to Hawaiian delicacies at Dal’s Poke– let your palate be your guide! Just be sure to bring your Fork & Finger Passport to every stop along the way. Collect stamps from each stop, and you could win $1000 “Downtown Dollars” to spend at local businesses. Just think of the food possibilities from there.
It all starts at McBurney Plaza. You can get your passport from the Downtown Langley tent and then you’re off to the races.
Have fun and see you on August 27, from 11 am – 4 pm
Coming from Washington State? Fork & Finger is just a 30-minute drive from the Peace Arch border crossing.
For more info, visit downtownlangley.com/events-calendar/fork-and-finger
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