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Good Food Festival – a gastronomic treat for all food lovers – awaits you this year from 14th to 20th October 2019.

This festival brings presentations of culinary specialties typical of the Dubrovnik region, culinary workshops on cooking traditional delicacies, local wine tastings, Eat & Walk culinary tours, children's educational programs and special events such as dinner with famous chefs.

Sixth edition of the Festival is dedicated to delicious food and praised local wines. Don't skip numerous workshops and learn how to cook traditional Dubrovnik dishes or step-up your food photography and styling. Special treat for dessert lovers – join the Festival sweets workshops and learn how to make traditional desserts from Dubrovnik.
The central event for all visitors of the festival will be dinner with a celebrity chef, which, apart from the gourmet program, will feature a music program that will add to the atmosphere. The traditional highlight is the well-known Dubrovnik Table, which stretches across Stradun's entire span, where many Dubrovnik restaurants, pastry chefs and top kitchens will be displayed, highlighting their knowledge and skills.

Don't miss this year's edition of the Good Food Festival, one of Europe's best food festivals, bringing together many lovers of original, traditional, but also modern dishes and will certainly delight every tourist, just as it did in the festival's past five editions.

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