The DeCadence Food Festival returns for the third year to Cadence’s Central Park on Saturday, September 15 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., with tasty selections from Southern Nevada’s best restaurants complemented with live music and panoramic views of the Las Vegas Strip.
New this year, attendees are encouraged to bring their four-legged canine friends to explore the “Dogadence” area – a fenced-off area complete with dog-themed décor and activities.
The family and pet friendly event is open to the public, with free admission to the festival grounds and complimentary on-site parking. Families and children can also enjoy Cadence’s playground, splash pad area and access the new Adventure Playground throughout the festivities. Food and beverages from participating restaurants will be available for purchase.
Fan favorites like Tucky’s BBQ, and Slice 19 are returning to the event. New restaurants including Meats Gone Wild, Public Works Coffee Bar, Proof Tavern, Gold Mine Tavern, The Steamie Weenie, The Sugar Cookie, Country Roads Kettle Corn and Da’ Crust Pizza & Kitchen are also joining the mix.
“DeCadence is the perfect opportunity to showcase the area’s best eateries and introduce event attendees to what may become their new favorite restaurants,” said Cheryl Gowan, spokesperson for The LandWell Company. “Family, friends (and now dogs!) can enjoy live music, good food and unbeatable views.”
Ranked as the 12th best-selling master planned community in the nation by RCLCO, Real Estate Consulting, Cadence will boast more than 13,250 homes across 2,200 acres. More than 1,000 families now call Cadence home. For more information about DeCadence, visit www.CadenceNV.com or call 702-558-9366.