Vendors from restaurants throughout Monroe and West Monroe served dishes ranging from barbecue ribs to the most original item, cheesecake inside of a candied pumpkin.
It was also a great chance to get some early Christmas shopping done as local stores were selling clothing, decorations, and jewelry.
Officials say they made some changes that were a big hit with the crowd.
"We have live entertainment outside for the first time ever, demonstrations for the first time this year, bow-making and all kinds of things so we've really done things differently," said events chair, Patti McGilton.
"It's been a great crowd. At first we didn't know how the crowd would be changing to West Monroe but it's been great," vendor Lisa Burton told NBC 10 News.
The event was sponsored by the Pilot Club of the twin cities, an organization that supports schools, children, and Alzheimer’s awareness right here in northeast Louisiana.