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Vendors were excited for the unlimited summer festival season in London, Ontario.

For the first time since the declaration of the

COVID-19pandemic, London, Ontario will host an unlimited summerfestival season. Return to the restaurant's promotional lifeline.

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One of those restaurants is Hamilton-basedCaribbean Flava, which will be in town for the London International Food and Drink Festival this weekend.

"We've been having a festival for about 22 years ... we missed a lot of it," said owner Denry George.

"This is a way to get away from restaurants, away from almost everything, and basically every weekend in a new place."

This weekend is the Caribbean Flava season At the third festival, George states that "there are a lot of customers."

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"People are really excited to come out and are coming out even more than before.

The vendor set up a store on the first day of the London International Food and Drink Festival in Victoria Park. Andrew Graham / Global News

The London barbecue teamJackTheRibberis just as busy. I spent last weekend at the Strat for Drive Music and Food Festival.

"It's like running away a bit," said team member Zena Aiwas about the resurgence of the festival season.

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"It's fun. You can meet new people and interact with different kinds of people and some people. It's a working day, so it makes me smile very big. "

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London RestaurantTriniman Kitchenowner Joseph Alexander is back with an unlimited festival So, "all these vendors should be happy."

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In front of him, Sunfest, Home County Music and Art Festival, Toronto Caribbean Carnival (formerly known) There is a busy summer, such as a stopover at (was). As a caribana.

"Since COVID, we're so hurt that it's very good for our business."

Local barbecue Team JackTheRibber will take a photo on the first day of the London International Food and Drink Festival. Andrew Graham / Global News

This summer, restaurants likeYaya's Kitchenwill try something New arrivals that also bring opportunities.

The Old East Village-based restaurant, which began in 2017 in the backyards of Mariam and Malvin Wright, serves northern Nigerian cuisine and other African cuisine.

"This is my first time attending an international food and drink festival, so I'm under pressure now, but I know I'm ready," said Amsa Yaro of Yaya's Kitchen. I am.

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"Let's see what happens, but a way to expose more people to our food So hopefully the fingers will cross and they will know what they are doing here in London. "

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