Was smaller than I thought it would be
I thought there would be a larger variety of vendors. The food we had was really good but we were disappointed with the limited number of food stalls.
Too much vendors of things that are not seafood. The seafood "food" was ok not something I will pay too much. We decide to leave and eat in a regular restaurant since was to expensive for thw kind of food they were selling.
Very disappointed would not attend again . I would have had more seafood choices at Red Lobster. Festival filled of attitudes, not friendly.
there should have been more variety and most vendors were out of alot of things by 4pm
It was ok. There was no seating and no shade on a 95 degree day. It would have been hard to eat crab legs standing up....so I had to take my food home and eat. Plus parking was an extra 10 dollars. Might be best to move it to Lake Eola Area like the Food and Wine Festival.
Don't go. Same price as Groupon there. No place to sit. Just a bunch of food trucks with a dj. Oh yeah, you have to pay to park too.
It was very good but I was expecting more seafood options. But the ones they did have were very very good
Great idea/concept;however, lacking in vendors and offerings. There was only 1 booth offering samples. Maybe less than 10 trucks in total for seafood offerings. The majority of the vendors were for products, not even "Sea" related. The one thing I didn't expect to see was a BBQ truck.
Lots of promotional stuff (lasik, travel agents, etc).
Not enough vendors selling seafood AT A SEAFOOD FESTIVAL.
I literally found 3 tents that sold an OK but very pricey food (and I am not picky). They did not have variety at all, just one tent with alcohol - selling 3 types of beers (Bud, Bud Light and Stella) and mixed crappy cocktails. The Crab Cakes were good.
The DJ played good music. Not going back.
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