Prepare to be spooked at the Halloween Feast from The StrEATery

Monthly multicultural street food, music and art festival StrEATery brings the spook to its Halloween themed event in Glasgow.

Published 23rd Oct 2015
Updated 8 th Aug 2023

Glasgow’s leading monthly street food festival, The StrEATery is returning to the Briggait for its second month on Saturday the 31st of October for what is promised to be a frighteningly delicious adventure filled with the usual dose of high quality street food, drink, live art and music, as well as plenty of nostalgic Halloween games for the kids such as bobbing for apples and puppet making.

Taking place at the Briggait in the city centre of Glasgow, the festival sees the return of street food stalwarts Babu Kitchen (Indian Street Food) as well as the arrival of several new vendors such as Alpings (Vegetarian Bread Dumplings), Whole Foods (Day of the Dead themed fare), La Petite Creperie (Crepes) and several others that cover everything from sweet treats, local produce to BBQ and Mexican.

Makers of Scotch Eggs and Sausage Rolls, Aye Love Real Food who are returning for a second month spoke about the demands of this kind of event in Scotland saying: “September’s event was fantastic and the customers were really enthusiastic about the great range of Street Food available.

"There’s obviously a massive demand for this in Glasgow and we love being involved with StrEATery as it grows from strength to strength. Look out for some spooky themed treats this time round!”

• The festival will run on Saturday the 31st of October from Noon until 8pm, entry is free. 

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