The Winters Chamber of Commerce will host the Fourth Friday Feast and Street Faire May 22, located on Historic downtown Winters Main Street. The goal is to encourage community spirit, for guest to discover the Winters charm, and savor the local food, wine, and beer.
Enjoy an eclectic mix of locally grown products produced in and around Winters such as local honey, olive oil, preserves, reclaimed wood furnishing, and much more. Buckhorn Steak House, Putah Creek Café, and El Pueblo will provide delicious street side dining for patrons. Putah Creek Café puts on quiet the show with preparing a giant batch of paella, Buckhorn roast a suckling pig, and tasty tacos and home made churros from El Pueblo. Local beer provided by Berryessa Brewery, wine by Berryessa Gap, and Rootstock. It will be a family friendly atmosphere with a face painter and balloon twisting available for children.
There will be live music while patrons dine at the 40-foot long family style tables that will stretch down the middle of Winters Historic Main Street. Come out and enjoy a beautiful evening in Winters. Fourth Friday festivities kick off at 6 p.m. and go until 8:30 p.m. March through May. June through October the hours are 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.