Shalom Y’all Jewish Food Festival is a unique Savannah festival. The popular festival has enjoyed an impressive 22 years of success! It is held in Savannah’s largest and one of the most charming public areas, Forsyth Park. The 23rd Shalom Y’all Jewish Food festival takes place October 28, 2012 from 11 am until 4 pm. This popular food festival draws about 10,000 people to the park. Festival goers can get a taste of ethnic Jewish cuisine as well as family entertainment ranging from music, dance, magic and puppet shows.
Forsyth Park Savannah
When will be able to smell your way to this tasty festival and once you reach the park, you will want to buy a stack of tickets for food. There is no admission fee to the food festival, and food tickets are only $1.00, so make sure to come to arrive on an empty stomach!
You can use this link to order advanced food tickets. Not only will you receive a discount of 10%, but you can pick up your tickets before the festival so you won’t have to stand in the ticket line.
Below is an small sampling of our extensive menu of delicious Jewish delicacies to be found at the Shalom Y’all Jewish Food Festival
- Deli Sandwiches (corned beef, pastrami or tongue)
- Bagels & Cream Cheese with Lox
- Noodle Kugel
- Potato Latkes
- Fresh Blintzes
- Apple Strudel
- Fresh Challah
- Ah Mein Lo Mein
- Hummas & Pita
- Kosher Hot Dogs
- Sodas including Dr. Brown’s
- Sweets from our Sisterhood
For more information call 912.233.1547 or visit the website