But it wasn't just flavors you could eat. There were also treats for your eyes and ears with musicians playing and local artists putting their work on display.
"We come out here because we like to and it's just another outlet we have," said CU Potters Club president Rachel Hess. "We have great restaurants, great art venues so it's nice. Good music was going on earlier so it's nice to get it all together."
Artists said this is just another way to show off what creative people in the area have to offer. The food and music are all winding down. The festival runs until 6 pm Sunday at West Side Park.