The Pelham High School Culinart Arts class was present at this years event and brought some fantastic bread options.
Ghost Train and Cahaba Brewing served up a variety of their best brews.
With cupcake bites, potatoe salad and a vegan chili carmelascooking.com was just one of the non-brick and morter businesses at this years event.
Dales Southwest Grill presented some traditional favorites plus some specialities off their catering options.
Emily McClung brought 3 examples of her Heirloom Pound Cakes that have built the reputation for one of the best pound cakes anywhere.
Wendy Ainsworth from McAlister's Deli in Pelham was quenching everyone thirst with sweet tea and water.
Lazy Boy BBQ served up some wonderful pork slidders.
Cozumel grill had huge plates of nachos with chicken and beef covered in queso.
Christian Catering had a wonderful bread pudding that made you want to go back for more.
Joni and Rick Hayes.
David Rodriguez enjoyed food a huge smile on his face all night.
Pelham mayor Gary Waters and his wife Lynn with friends Sarah Walker and Councilman Ron Scott.
Culanary Arts Instructor at PHS Doug Alku with students Tony Palma, Kaylea Tucker and Jackson Moore.
Tom Enright and Mosley Johnson.
Maurice Mercer and friend John Turner.
Maurice Mercer with his daughter Emma.
Door prizes where a huge hit that seemed to continue being given out for half the night.
Wine from Trader Joes was served all night.
Helena City Council member Alice Lobell and Bobby Cross.
Shrimp and grits from Chubbfathers was a big hit at this years event.