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Lyon Street food Festival © Brice Robert / LSFF
Julie © Laurence Papoutchian
By Julie
Published on 03/06/2024

Have you got your tickets for the Lyon Street Food festival, from 13 to 16 june at les Grandes Locos? How about some tasty accessories? Read on to discover our hand-picked selection!


Super compact, these retractable chopsticks by Snow Peak Wabuki easily slide into a necklace pouch to follow you wherever you go. They’re handy, reusable, stain-resistant, and are great to show off if you have the knack.

Hotdog necklace

We love the mouth-watering jewellery made by Marie of L’Atelier Lyonnais. She uses polymer paste to craft her tiny cookies, apples, bananas, hotdogs and other food-inspired creations.

116 Montée de la Grande-Côte, Lyon 1er

Tacos T-shirt

They may not be Lyonnais tacos, but we still can’t resist Citadium’s New Era t-shirt featuring Mexican tacos on the back. A tip of the hat to one of the five destinations in the spotlight this year. 

Citadium Grand Hôtel-Dieu
7 rue de la Barre, Lyon 2e

Pizzas socks

It’s hard to top this fashion accessory for a street food festival. Wear your pizza socks with pride. Unquestionably the funkiest touch for any outfit. Get your pair at LE LAB. 13,50.

5 rue François-Dauphin, Lyon 2e

Club sandwich iron-on patch

Declare your love of sandwiches with this embroidered patch by Macon & Lesquoy, which you can buy at Blitz (in Lyon’s 1st district) or L’Instant Poétique (4th district).13.

4 rue Louis-Vitet, Lyon 1er
L’Instant Poétique
129 Boulevard de la Croix Rousse, Lyon 4e

It's all about the food

The Lyon Street Food Festival is switching location.

From 13 to 16 June 2024, for the first time, the event will be held at Les Grandes Locos, a former railway workshop at La Mulatière, just a 15-minute metro ride from Place Bellecour. 

On the menu: more than 120 chefs and confectioners; 200 exclusive recipes;400 free participative workshops (on topics such as wine, cookery, DIY and sport); and 60 or so concerts and DJ sets.

 Among the five destinations celebrated this year, the immersive village ‘Festin Français’ (French Feast) will have a starring role with the longest street food table ever assembled, stretching 100 metres! Thirty-or-so Michelin-starred chefs and rising talents will present the finest that France’s regions have to offer. There will also be chefs and specialities from Nouvelle-Aquitaine, South Korea, Spain and Mexico