7 hot foodie events in Collin County this weekend

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Let’s start with Celina. Any event in Celina seems to draw a crowd these days. Celina Town Square is even busy on Sundays, when almost all of the businesses are closed.

Friday Night Market in Celina is Nov. 5 from 6 to 9 p.m. The open-air market has live music and a wide variety of vendors, and you can drink while you shop because this is an open-container event.

A “Texas barbecue and music experience,” the two-day inaugural Troubadour Festival is from noon to midnight on Nov. 6 and 7 at Old Celina Park, and tickets start at $50. Acts include Pat Green, Josh Abbott Band, Stoney LaRue, and Cody Canada. The event also offers vendors from 42 Texas barbecue joints to choose from, like Kreuz Market from Lockhart, Tyler Barbeque from Amarillo, and Goldee’s Barbecue from Fort Worth, where the line will be long.

In McKinney, get a burger or a steak and catch some live music at Hank’s Texas Grill. The newly renovated music venue and restaurant reopened this week after closing during the pandemic. Catch Jake Worthington Thursday, he placed second on the sixth season of The Voice. Austin Red Dirt band Micky & The Motorcars plays on Friday, and Prosper singer-songwriter Tanner Usrey plays Saturday.

Also in McKinney: If you haven’t been to The Stix Icehouse yet, the massive new bar and restaurant on 14 acres of land will have live music from local artists this weekend. Counterfeit Radio performs Friday and Missing 3 has a show Saturday. Both cover bands play an eclectic mix of songs.

From 10 a.m. to noon on Saturday, enter a pumpkin pie eating contest or just have a free hot dog at Anna Fall Fest.

In Plano, go to a gorgeous Turkish restaurant, smoke a hookah, and watch a belly dance show. European Night is Saturday at Turkish Café & Lounge from 7 p.m. to 2 a.m. There will be a live DJ, seats are $25 to $50 depending on where you want to sit, and a set menu dinner is included.

In Frisco from noon to 3 p.m. on Sunday, check out the food, drink, and art vendors at Frisco Fresh Market. There will also be a Fall Petting Zoo with 35 animals, like goats, sheep, ducks and chickens.

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