The Anatolian Cultures and Food Festival is a four-day cultural and historical event including exhibitions, food, arts & crafts, performances, dances and live music activities.
In its fourth year of celebrating the culture and history of Anatolia (including modern-day Turkey, Armenia, Iran, Iraq and Syria), this festival presents history and culture through giant replicas, a grand bazaar and of course, many opportunities to eat.
From the website:
Visitors are drawn into 99 different kinds of food including kebabs and doner (Gyros), various kinds of desserts including baklava, dumplings, and the world famous tough and stretchy Maras's ice-cream.
The festival runs through Sunday, May 19 from 10 a.m.- 10 p.m. daily.