NMU hosts 29th annual International Food Festival

MARQUETTE–  The Jacobetti Complex held its 29th annual International Food Festival on Saturday.

For only a small fee, members of the community were treated to try out foods they otherwise might not be accustomed to.

“I think they’re important just so you can get out there and try different food other than what you’re used to eating. It’s always good to eat Thai or Chinese or whatever else you can find in town, but I  think it’s definitely important to try lots of different stuff, because you’d be surprised with other types of food you might actually like,” says Jim Briseno, attendee of the food festival.

Organized by NMU’s All Nations Club, the event featured dishes from around the globe.

Live music accompanied patrons as they enjoyed entrees from every nation imaginable.

The event was sponsored by the International Education Services.