This bank holiday weekend the Ebor Street Fest has all your food and drink needs covered, especially if those needs involve slow cooked BBQ, craft ale and more rum than a pirate could handle.
The four-day street food festival will see York favourites Smokin Blues BBQ, Shambles Kithchen and Donut Kitchen offering up their wares amongst a host of other street food giants including Catina Burrito, Fat Annies, The Mussel Pot, Kerb Edge, Meltdown Kitchen, Wino, Amos and Welsh, Crepe Lucette and The Reggea Kitchen.
Wash down all that grub with a collection of craft ales including favourites from Beavertown, Mad Hatter and Northern Monk Brew as well as speciality vodka and a whole host of rum. Not to mention the cocktail and prosecco bars.
Entertainment comes in the form of speed quizzes, competitions and live music from the likes of DJ Yoda, The Bramble Napskins and Hope&Social.
Ebor Craftworks is taking place at the York Railway Institute, Queen Street from Friday 29th 4pm to Mon May 2nd 7pm. Tickets are around £5. See their Facebook page for more details.