Want to try bites of food from across the state in one location? 

Then, you'll want to visit My House Social's inaugural Louisiana Street Food Festival

The new event, held in conjunction with this weekend's Louisiana Marathon in downtown Baton Rouge, starts at 11 a.m. Saturday on River Road near the USS Kidd. The free, all ages festival includes more than 20 street food vendors as well as music from Lost Bayou Ramblers from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Food prices range from $6 to $11. A portion of the proceeds from food sales will be donated to the special needs nonprofit organization Ainsley's Angels

At the Louisiana Street Food Festival, you can try some burgers from Metairie, New Orleans-style coffee, Cajun/Asian fusion from Baton Rouge favorites chef Ryan André and The Cajun Spoon, barbecue from Lake Charles, and even some traditional Hawaiian dishes from Shreveport.  

"(My House Social) has been connecting independent chefs and food vendors to the public events world," My House Social CEO and founder Barrie Schwartz said. "I thought Baton Rouge would be a great city, where we could bring people from all over the state and create a community of street food vendors." 

Schwartz started My House Social six years ago in New Orleans. To date, the company has connected chefs to sell their food at events like Whitney White Linen Night and neighborhood food truck rallies. 

About six months ago, My House Social expanded into Baton Rouge, bringing that knack for connecting events and venues with great food. Already, Schwartz's company has been key in food truck roundups at Tin Roof Brewing Co. and Knock Knock Children's Museum.

The Louisiana Street Food Festival will be like those roundups but on a bigger scale. And this won't be a one-time event, either. 

"Hopefully, this festival will happen every year," Schwartz said. "We want this to keep growing and be a staple food event that's known across the state with its home in Baton Rouge. 

Who's serving what? 

Here is a quick look at the chefs and vendors at the inaugural Louisiana Street Food Festival.

Afrodisiac NOLA: Jamaican and New Orleans fusion 

Burgers Ya Heard!: Burgers from Metairie 

Champion Chicken: Traditional Spanish dishes from Kenner 

Chef Bennett: Pork belly kabobs and more from this Carencro chef 

Chef Johnson: Andouille dogs and more cheesy goodness from New Orleans

Cochon Cannery: Bacon, bacon and more bacon from Breaux Bridge 

Cocoa & Cream: American, Cajun and other dishes from New Orleans 

Crepes a la Cart: All types of crepes from New Orleans 

Fete au Fete Streatery: Get a preview of what chef Micah Martello can do. He'll open his Creole concept in White Star Market later this year. 

Grilling Shilling: New Orleans barbecue  

La Cocinita: Latin American cuisine from New Orleans 

Louisiana Lemonade: Fresh-squeezed drinks from Baton Rouge 

Maxwell's Concessions: Festival fare from Slidell 

Mr. Ronnie's Famous Hot Donuts: The doughnut truck from Baton Rouge will serve sliders, fries and (can you guess what I'll write next?) doughnuts (congrats, you guessed it). 

Old School Eats: Old-school Louisiana meets international flavor from this New Orleans husband-and-wife team. 

Ono's Traditional Hawaiian Cuisine: Traditional Hawaiian flavors fresh outta Shreveport 

Paul's Rib Shack: Lake Charles barbecue 

Petite Rouge Cafe Camionette: Coffee and beverages from New Orleans 

Rice N Gravy: Southern comfort from Port Allen 

Rouge A Roux's: Cajun cuisine from Denham Springs 

Chef Ryan André and The Cajun Spoon: Cajun/Asian fusion from the chef and Baton Rouge food business 

The Sloppy Taco: Eclectic tacos from Lake Charles 

The Velvet Pig: Thai, French and Cajun fusion from Lake Charles 

Louisiana Street Food Festival 

WHEN: 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday 

WHERE: Levee stage and green space near the USS Kidd on River Road in downtown Baton Rouge 

COST: Free to attend. 

INFO: louisianastreetfoodfestival.com 

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