Food Fight is a food competition brought to you by the producers of Top Taco. 40 Top Restaurants and 30 Spirits will compete to see who can create the Top Classic and Creative Dishes and Cocktails in the city.
Rain or shine
Thursday, May 26th at Crescent Park in the Marigny/Bywater neighborhood
There is very limited parking across from the main entrance at the intersection of North Peters and Marigny Street. We highly recommend taking rideshare and not drinking and driving.
You can log in to our ticketing page and download a new ticket or send email@example.com an email to have a new ticket sent to your email box.
You no longer need proof of vaccine in Orleans Parish. This is subject to change and we will continue to follow all guidelines instituted by the City of New Orleans Health Department.
It is never a bad idea to bring a rain jacket of some sort depending on the weather report. New Orleans in the Fall means varied weather.
Weapons of any kind Illegal substances Squirt guns, misters, spray bottles, etc. Laser pens and similar focused light devices Chairs Pets Bicycles, scooters, personal motorized vehicles (bike parking will be available) Musical instruments Fake IDs – they will be confiscated, and your wristband will be cut without refund. That includes fake Covid vaccination cards No outside food or drink.
Yes, there will be a separate entrance for people with disabilities and handicap-accessible port-o-lets.
Yes! We will have water stations in various locations, clearly marked, around the festival
No. This is an over 21-year-old event. Please leave your children at home. We aren’t afraid they will drink; we just don’t want them in the vicinity of adults who are drinking.
Pets are not permitted in Food Fight NOLA. Service/working animals are not considered pets and are exempt from this policy.
Smoking is allowed in designated areas only
Not this year.
Yes, there is an after-party. Time and place TBD.
Both Top Taco and Food Fight benefit the PLEASE Foundation, which is succeeding in breaking the cycle of poverty in New Orleans through education. PLEASE provides at-risk teens with mentorship, leadership training, and scholarships to attend local college-preparatory high schools. The goal is to continue our 100% success rate since 2014 for getting each of our students accepted into college.