HUNDREDS of Wagga residents have feasted at the second Cork and Fork Fest night this year.
Despite flooding and a venue change to Wagga Civic Precinct, foodies young and old were out in force last Friday night to make the most of daylight savings and live music.
Festival goers were able to sample offerings from Borambola Wines and popular eateries such as the Birdhouse and Junee Chocolate Factory.
Stall holder and Tammy’s Thai Kitchen owner-operator Robert Baliva sold more than 360 spring rolls and 400 chicken satay sticks on Friday night alone. The festival serves as a good way to introduce their food to new customers, he said.
Cork and Fork Fest is running on October Friday nights as part of Taste Riverina Food Festival.