For the first time, the Greater St. Louis Hispanic Festival was held in Soulard this year. That didn't slow anyone down, though -- there was plenty of Mexican, Dominican, Colombian, Panamanian and more activities and food to go around. Plus, a camel! Continue on for all the yummy food.
See also: The Food of the 2014 Taste of St. Louis
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