The Tet Festival is underway at 300 N. Ohio at St. Anthony Catholic Church.
The event started on Friday, but also runs on Saturday until 11 p.m. There’s a bit of something for everybody. There’s shopping, clothes, carnival games for the kids, wine toss, live music, and of course, tons of Vietnamese food to choose from. The new Feng Cha that’s opening at Kellogg and Rock also has a kiosk there.
The event at St. Anthony Catholic Church draws big crowds and continues to get busier as the day progresses. With it running all day, you have no excuse not to go!
If you’re looking for an assortment of Vietnamese food that is rarely available around local restaurants, this is your chance. Here’s the menu:
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