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So Yummy! Eat.Drink.Lagos reveals Vendors for #EatDrinkFestival 2016 | Sunday 17th July



White Social MediaFollowing last December’s successful food festival, Eat.Drink.Lagos is hosting the second edition of its food festival: #EatDrinkFestival Powered by PayWithCapture. The festival is set to feature some of the best in emerging and established food vendors in Lagos, and the team is pleased to release the full list of 31 vendors scheduled to exhibit at the #EatDrinkFestival that takes place Sunday, July 17, 2016.

The 31 vendors scheduled to attend include Bubble Tii; Limehouse Bars;; Smokey Bones; What Dami Did; DazzleFreshNigeria; Kravins Cafe & Bakery; Smigz Mobile Bar; Vanilla Bake House; Gidi Gourmet; Ginger Tapas; Happy Healthy Food; Moo Diary; Goodness Gracious Gourmet; Roadster Burgers; Majik Juice; Royal Pops Popsicles; Sydney’s Cuisine; Cocktailville & Chops; Shakz Shack; Hans & Rene; Heels In the Kitchen; Gala Rosa Wines; Oh So Nutrition; Toasties by Biscuitboneblog; Wrap City; Jamski; Smoothie Express; Kaldi Africa; Urban Fuxion and Chef Benedict.

For detailed information on vendor menus, head to

Date: Sunday, 17 July 2016
Time: 12pm to 7pm
Venue: Fantasy Land, Ikoyi, Lagos

Admission: Free

You don’t want to miss this one, join us for a day of great food, drinks, and fun.

For updates on #EatDrinkFestival Powered by PayWithCapture, follow Eat.Drink.Lagos on Twitter, Instagram, and Snapchat (eatdrinklagos). Also, check out the festival website –

All media interested in attending the festival who want to apply for press access can enter their credentials for consideration and approval HERE.

The #EatDrinkFestival is made possible this year by PayWithCapture, Printivo, Jumia Food, Workstation, Yaji Box, Gala Rosa,, Travel Bay, Heels in the Kitchen, and Knorr.

BellaNaija is a media partner for Eat.Drink.Lagos


  1. Spelling cows & bees.

    July 13, 2016 at 10:23 am

    Moo Diary? Shouldn’t that be dairy? Checked their page and even Moo Diary spells it diary, don’t they know the spelling of the name they chose for their brand, or are we to believe they actually mean diary?

  2. kila

    July 13, 2016 at 10:49 am

    Of all the information listed above, you chose to make yourself the self appointed spelling police. I suggest BELLA NAIJA should not allow self righteous post like this to be published. You should be able to express yourself freely without people like this ripping it apart…

  3. Fabulous B

    July 13, 2016 at 11:18 am

    Love me some good yummy Foods. Got the tastebud of life! Will set out for the taste quest

  4. Mozzarella

    July 13, 2016 at 1:54 pm

    Really??? So Access bank has decided to copy GTBANK in everything as usual, #GTBANKFoodandDrinkFair, GTBANK trailblazers for life mehn!, they did not even tweak the name of the event small. Na Wa oo. LOL.

  5. Moo Diary

    July 13, 2016 at 2:09 pm

    @Spelling Cows and Bees thanks for your spelling bee duties but we thought the name of our brand through; Its MOO DIARY not Dairy.
    We hope you stop by at our stall on Sunday; we will be serving yummy Alcoholic and Non-alcoholic Milkshakes!
    Join the M-oovement!
    #EatDrinkFestival #MooDIARYrocks #Fortheloveofmilkshakes


    • This Life Na Paw Paw

      July 13, 2016 at 5:12 pm

      Yassssssss! Let them know!!!

    • Spelling cows & bees.

      July 13, 2016 at 7:20 pm

      @Moo Diary! I kinda hoping you’d see that and respond or BN’d give you a heads up. Thank you for clearing that up (a little bit). I would like to know the thought/inspiration/meaning behind it though. Sincerely. I’m into brands and communication as well as enjoying proper language. I’d like to know what the brand name means. I suspected something but would like to know if it’s something different, what the idea actually is.

      If I come on Sunday, do I get complimentary products? for highlighting your brand out of all the others to the BN community.? Got you some more PR/publicity! 🙂 Just kidding! You wouldn’t be able to tell if I was really me or just someone else trying to cash in.

      Haven’t ever been to Fantasy Land yet but was glad to see it as the location/venue because when I saw the event post, my first thought was that I hoped it wouldn’t be at the Muri Okunola Park. Attended a food fest there not too long ago this year, and it could have been cleaner, and the entrance/gate area, and road at the gate area were really dirty and so littered with trash. I hope this is different and the organisers take note and put measures in place and take action to prevent this. Food and hygiene are inseparable.

      Have a great Sunday!

    • Spelling cows & bees.

      July 13, 2016 at 7:20 pm


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