Not only is the Pittsburgh Pierogi Festival coming back after a one-year break, it’s new location is purely Pittsburgh.
As first reported by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette’s Gretchen McKay, the festival will take place on Sunday, September 24 at Kennywood Park.
Tickets are expected to go on sale in February, and the festival will feature at least 20 vendors. From the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette:
Attendees can expect to sample tried-and-true potato-and-cheese varieties along with more novel creations, such as Pittsburgh Taco Truck’s Pierogi Taco, Cop Out Pierogies’ Buffalo Chicken and Thanksgiving Dinner pierogies, and South Side BBQ’s “Almost Famous ‘Rogicone’,” which was a waffle cone filled with pepper jack mac ‘n cheese and North Carolina coleslaw topped with a pair of succulent pierogies.
For more information, visit Pittsburgh Pierogie Festival’s Facebook page.