Beautiful functional and decorative items handcrafted by traditional artisans in Venezuela. Strikingly vibrant colors and unique designs in wood, textile and art. Proceeds go to support artists suffering through an humanitarian crisis.
In 1492 Christopher Columbus first encountered dried tobacco leaves. They were given to him as a gift by the American Indians and the tobacco plant and smoking was introduced to Europeans. Cave Cigar Lounge will be showing cigar rolling to educate people a bit more on an important aspect of Latin American Culture.
Our own local bookstore will have a great selection of bilingual and Spanish books. Both kids and adults will find a title to their liking. Don't miss the chance to purchase one of these books and support a local business as they bring more diverse titles to our town.
Affordable, quality, spiritual, Crystal Healing products through crystals, gemstones, handmade crystal healing jewelry, handfasting cords and home decor. They will bring to Hola Fest products that can be used as daily spiritual tools to help assist in meditation, crystal healing and energy work.
Daisy’s Taste of Cuba will bring Real Cuban recipes made in the traditional homemade fashion; all the fresh ingredients, all the delicious flavors and all the love. You can't miss it.
Made right at the moment, Freddy's Cuisine brings Latin America street food to New Jersey and will make sure you don't leave !Hola! Fest hungry.
A pupusa is a traditional Salvadoran dish of a thick corn tortilla stuffed with a savory filling. It is typically accompanied by curtido and tomato salsa. Pupusas are also a popular dish in Honduras especially in southern regions. Enjoy an authentic Pupusa at ¡Hola Fest!.
Flavor is the key in all the dishes you will enjoy from Miti-Miti. Recently opened in South Orange by the local couple George Constantinou and Farid Ali Lancheros it's already becoming a favorite and they will bring their food to ¡Hola Fest!