On the first day of the State Fair of Texas, Yolanda Russotti and her staff at Texapolitan Pizza worked on getting their wood-fired oven ready.
They’re first-timers at the fair: Russotti and her husband started a brick-and-mortar restaurant this year in Van Alstyne, north of McKinney, with a Neopolitan pizza meets Texas barbecue concept.
“Just out of the blue, come March, he said, ‘You know what? State Fair. Let’s just try,'” Russotti said. “It’s our first time applying and we actually got in. So I believe that means our product speaks for itself.”
The proud couple’s specialty item is a
OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – In just a matter of weeks, visitors from across the state will head to the Oklahoma State Fair to enjoy all the festivities that celebrate the end of summer in the Sooner State.
The Oklahoma State Fair will be held at State Fair Park in Oklahoma City from Sept. 16 through Sept. 26.
While most people love the vendors, games and attractions, food always seems to be the star of the show
MPR News reporter Tim Nelson convened a panel of Twin Cities food reviewers on the Minnesota State Fair’s first day to get quick takes on their culinary discoveries.
Jess Fleming, food editor, Pioneer Press: I liked the ChoriPop. It’s a vegan chorizo on a stick, battered and deep fried. I just handed it to [people in my group] and they didn’t know that it was vegan. It’s at Andy’s Garage.
At the New Scenic’s Scenic 61, in a cute little Airstream trailer in this new food truck area,
Hibachi Express, Mr. Wish and Aone Mart opened at 320 E. College Ave. Photo by Geoff Rushton | StateCollege.com
Three new downtown State College businesses have partnered to offer Asian dining, drinks and groceries from one location.
Mr. Wish, Hibachi Express and Aone Mart opened this week at 320 E. College Ave, the former location of Metro clothing store.
Offering a variety of bubble, fruit and brewed tea, Mr. Wish originated in Taiwan and expanded to the United States, where it has locations in nine states. State College is its first Pennsylvania location outside of the Philadelphia area, where it
INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – The 2021 Indiana State Fair is set to get underway on July 30.
One reason for people to attend the Indiana State Fair is for the creative and tasty culinary creations. While there will be your typical fair food, such as corn dogs and elephant ears, the Indiana State Fair always delivers when it comes to the food.
The 2021 Indiana State Fair will be no different as there will be 23 new items.
The following are the new food additions to the 2021 Indiana State Fair: