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Sirloin Tip Dinners: A favorite vendor for full plates at the GA National Fair

Fresh steaks are a favorite among fair goers. (Source: WALB) Fresh steaks are a favorite among fair goers. (Source: WALB)
(Source: WALB) (Source: WALB)
Jamey Wensel said he enjoys the fair in Perry because of the people. (Source: WALB) Jamey Wensel said he enjoys the fair in Perry because of the people. (Source: WALB)
PERRY, GA (WALB) -

If you are a foodie then the Georgia National Fair is for you.

While many vendors have quick eats, some have full dinner plates.

Sirloin Tip Dinners has been setting up at the Georgia National Fair for the past three years. It's a food truck where they cook fresh steaks served with potatoes and mushrooms.

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The food stand is owned by Mark’s Concessions. The company travels all over the country selling food at carnivals and fairs.

Employees said the Georgia National Fair is one of their favorites for one main reason.

“The people," smiled Jamey Wensel. "Sometimes there are famous people, but you just meet a lot of interesting people out here."

If you want to taste this food for yourself it is easy to find.

It’s one of the first stops next to the clock tower on the fairgrounds. 

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