This year’s Taste of Durango, the premier food festival held every spring, has been canceled, with its future uncertain.
For the past few decades, Taste of Durango has brought together local restaurants and breweries to celebrate the town’s culinary scene. For a full day, vendors set up tents along Main Ave., taking over downtown.
Taste of Durango, however, has run into some challenges in recent years. In 2020 and 2021, the festival was canceled because of the pandemic. When the event returned last year, many attendees complained about long wait lines, a complicated wristband process and lack of vendor/food availability.