When it comes to deliciously mouthwatering food, tamales seem to always be on the top of everyone's list. Now you'll be able to eat so many tamales, you won't know what to do with yourself. The Dallas Latino Cultural Center is having its first-ever tamale festival on December 7.
The festival will be free and open to the public. There will be tons of vendors, so we suggest taking some extra cash for all those wintery goodies.
There is no telling exactly how many different types of tamales there are going to be, but there will inevitably be something delicious for everyone.
There will be not only tons of food but also shopping, live performances, music, and flowing drinks to go around.
There will also be art-based vendors to help you take home some amazing one-of-a-kind decor. The food festival is centered around tamales, but that doesn't mean other delicious treats won't be available.
The festival will last from noon to 3 p.m., so there will be plenty of time for you to try everything there will be to offer. No matter what time you decide to stop by, this delicious festival is sure to satisfy.
You can also stop by this massive Dallas anime convention coming to the city for tons more fun this winter. The Dallas Zoo will also be super lit on December 5 with their adult-only night that you need to check out.
The glowing night will have tons of holiday lights that will blow you away and you won't have to share the magic with any of the kiddos around.
When: December 7
Address: 2600 Live Oak St, Dallas, Texas
Why You Need To Go: This free tamal festival will have something for everyone, making it the perfect place to fill up on delicious food.