The Best Food From LouFest's Nosh Pit 2014

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Gumbo at Evangeline's Bistro. | Bryan Sutter
  • Gumbo at Evangeline's Bistro. | Bryan Sutter

LouFest is all about the music, but there are only a few occasions when so many of St. Louis' best restaurants are in the same place, all for your culinary pleasure. We snapped a few pics in between all the great music, so y'all can live vicariously though our stomachs. Let us know in the comments if you had a favorite dish.

See also: Nosh Pit at LouFest Features Delicious Snacks from St. Louis' Finest

Nosh Pit, wooo! | Bryan Sutter
  • Nosh Pit, wooo! | Bryan Sutter
Pulled pork at Sugarfire Smokehouse. | Bryan Sutter
  • Pulled pork at Sugarfire Smokehouse. | Bryan Sutter
The gyro wrap at Triumph Grill. | Bryan Sutter
  • The gyro wrap at Triumph Grill. | Bryan Sutter
Colonel Stan's chicken wings at Kenrick's Meats. | Bryan Sutter
  • Colonel Stan's chicken wings at Kenrick's Meats. | Bryan Sutter
Empanadas at Tango Argentina. | Bryan Sutter
  • Empanadas at Tango Argentina. | Bryan Sutter
Ozark grillers at Kenrick's Meats. | Bryan Sutter
  • Ozark grillers at Kenrick's Meats. | Bryan Sutter
Bacon-wrapped spring rolls at Naked Bacon. | Bryan Sutter
  • Bacon-wrapped spring rolls at Naked Bacon. | Bryan Sutter
The Campfire doughnut at Strange Donuts. | Bryan Sutter
  • The Campfire doughnut at Strange Donuts. | Bryan Sutter
A gourmet BLT taco at Naked Bacon. | Bryan Sutter
  • A gourmet BLT taco at Naked Bacon. | Bryan Sutter

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