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Monday, February 22, 2016

Cleveland Pizza Fest Returning to Berea Fairgrounds This Summer

Posted By on Mon, Feb 22, 2016 at 3:42 PM

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The Cleveland Pizza Fest is returning to Northeast Ohio for the second year in a row.

Nine vendors set up shop at last year's festival, which drew about 15,000 attendees. Another 4,000 to 5,000 people bought buy-one-get-one offers. (Check our our slideshow coverage of last year's event here.)



There will be about 15 pizza vendors at this year's festival, and so far about 10 have committed to going.

Along with pizza, organizers say festival favorites like elephant ears and local gyro and pierogi vendors are going to be in attendance as well to keep you fed and happy.

So far the attending vendors are Romeo's Pizza, downtown's Pizza 216, Mama Julianne's of Strongsville, Scott's Fire and Ice Food Truck, Angelo's in Lakewood, Lorenzo's Pizza in Lorain and several others.

The live entertainment line up so far includes The Spazzmatics and Carlos Jones.

Cleveland Pizza Fest will be held Friday through Sunday, June 24 - 26.


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