Event highlights include live cooking, celeb spotting, upbeat music performances, traditional 7Up blends and lots of fun
Event highlights include live cooking, celeb spotting, upbeat music performances, traditional 7Up blends and lots of fun

The Eat festivals seem to be consistently gaining fans all over the country with each passing year. With successful events in Karachi, Lahore and Islamabad, there's nothing stopping these platforms from reuniting foodies with their favourite cuisines.

Keeping up its tradition of supporting food events, 7Up partnered with Lahore Eat and lined up our favourite things together: music, fun activities, live cooking and refreshing 7Up blends we have come to love!

Here's a peek into what all happened:

A large number of people from around town came to the event for some of the best food and music that Pakistan is known for.

Lahore Eat hosted a scrumptious lineup of delicacies from over 70 Lahori restaurants, including Mr. Waffles, Noodle Woodle, G.Y.M, Karamel Cookies, Arabi’s, The Bawarchi and Aussie Grill and others.

Celebrities like Anoushey Ashraf were also spotted trying out different food items and refreshing drinks at the event.

Performances by Akhtar Chanal, Ali Azmat, Asim Azhar, Aura, Fuzion and Asrar were refreshing add-ons to the fun filled foodie nights.

Can we have these festivals every weekend, please?


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