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Local BBQ TV star appearing at ‘Eat Street’ event in Downtown Market Square

A local BBQ TV star that put Ocala barbecue on the map will appear at this week’s Eat Street event in the Downtown Market Square.

Big Lee’s Serious About Barbeque, who shot to national stardom last year after winning a competition on Food Network, will be one of the featured vendors at the third installment of the event.

Big Lee’s recently celebrated its fifth year in business with an event for fans. The food truck post regular updates about their location through social media.

The theme for this week’s Eat Street event is “Fire & Ice,” and will cuisine made with fire in addition to cold treats.

In addition to Big Lee’s, DB’s Rolling Dough, Mitch Cook with Fat Tiki, and Ice Queen and Dog Daze Shave Ice will be on hand.

There will be plenty of choices from our market vendors under the pavilion for those looking for unique and healthy choices as well.

The Buzz & Grind kiosk will be open and ready to serve a variety of beverages to help perk you up or chill you out!

When it’s time to cool down for the evening, we will have the Ice Queen and Dog Daze Shave Ice on hand ready to tame that fire!

Market vendors will set up shop underneath the Downtown Market Square Pavilion and the
Buzz & Grind kiosk will be open to serve a variety of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages to attendees.

The Eat Street series will continue on a weekly basis with different themes each week. For more information, visit the Ocala Eat Street Facebook page.

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