There may be tons of new and outrageous foods at the PNE this year, but how many of them are you actually going to try?
- Vancouver’s first all-Japanese soufflé pancake spot is opening soon (PHOTOS)
- Open and opening soon: 41 new restaurants to try in Vancouver
- Popular Metro Vancouver matcha cafe to launch epic new treat (PHOTOS)
- All the food trucks at the FREE Richmond World Festival next weekend
It’s a tough decision, and we wanted to help you on your annual foodie journey through the dozens of vendors by pointing out some of the newest must-try grub that actually lives up to the hype.
Here are five PNE foods worth trying.
Dill Pickle Pizza
Some of you have likely thought about/actually made this at home before, but seriously, it’s a winner in our books. Pizza is already amazing, and if you’re a fan of juicy sour pickles, a slice of this new offering will hit the spot every time.
Flamin’ Hot Cheetos Corn Dog
There’s also a new ramen variety of corn dog this year, but if we had to pick one (because honestly, two corn dogs is A LOT), we’d choose the Flamin’ Hot Cheetos Corn Dog. You really can’t go wrong covering a classic fair food in cheese, like, ever.
This tasty beverage is brought to us by much-loved local brewery Parallel 49 Brewing, who created this Mexican Cerveza just for the PNE Fair this year. Get it at the Revel District Cerveza Bar.
Huge fries? We’re in. How could you not go for these tasty morsels? The perfect fair food to enjoy while strolling the grounds, you can share them with a group or just have yourself a good ol’ fashioned fried potato feast.
Butter Beer Ice Cream
Calling all Harry Potter fans! This is the perfect thing for Instagram and your sweet tooth. This treat is a refreshing take on a fair classic, ice cream, just given a bit of pizazz. It’s not too sweet and easy to eat a cup all on your own.
When: August 17 to September 2 from 11 am – 11 pm or later (closed August 19 and 26)
Where: 2901 E Hastings Street, Vancouver
Price: Buy tickets online
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