Feast At HarborFest

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Everyone loves festivals and looks forward to having a tasty lunch or snack at the food booths—and HarborFest’s Fabulous Food Court does not disappoint. This year you can look forward to wonderful and diverse selections brought to you by Port’s own caterers and organizations.

Ayhan’s Shish Kebab will serve their famous Mediterranean specialties, while The Wild Goose will debut at HarborFest with perfect lobster rolls and The Schmear will also debut with—what else?—bagels with a variety of schmears (cream cheese). Yummy Gyro will cook up stuffed baked potatoes and roasted corn. Long Island Festival Catering will offer steak sandwiches, French fries and much more. Rosie’s Food Truck will return with gourmet grilled cheese sandwiches. The Manhasset Bay Sportsmen’s Club will be offering tasty shrimp cocktail and “pickles on a stick.” To round out the selections, Port Youth Activities will grill up all-American hot dogs and hamburgers.

In addition to lunch, there are many delicious treats in the food court. You don’t want to miss the Long Island Kettle Corn tent with fresh popped corn in many flavors. The Schmear will sell smoothies and delicious baked goods and Ralph’s Italian Ices will return with ice cold treats in many flavors. In addition, Mel’s Ice Cream Truck will return to Sunset Park, near the Art in the Park Tent.

If you have ever been to HarborFest, you know the food court is unique among festivals because it offers both quality and diversity. If you are looking for a gourmet lunch or snack on the waterfront of beautiful Manhasset Bay, HarborFest is the place to be.

The Port Washington Chamber of Commerce has lined up very delectable selections that are sure to please everyone. Whether your taste runs to traditional festival food or to more unique cuisine, bring your appetite and get ready to feast all day at HarborFest on June 4.

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