18 Fall Food Festivals in Metro Phoenix

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Corks and Cactus When: September 28-29 (Friday 6-10pm, Saturday 1-5pm) Where: Desert Botanical Garden, 1201 N. Galvin Pkwy. How much: general admission $50, members $40 What to eat / drink: 40 different wines each day plus gourmet dishes catered by Fabulous Foods

Roosevelt Row's First-Ever Chile Pepper Festival When: September 29, 4 to 11 pm Where: A.R.T.S. Project #1 (408 East Roosevelt Street) How much: $10 in advance; $15 at the door. Buy tickets here. What to eat: Featuring green chile dishes, chile roasting, a salsa showdown and beer and margaritas to wash it down.

Greek Festival of Chandler When: September 28-30 (Friday 5-10pm, Saturday 11-10pm, Sunday 11-5pm) Where: St. Katherine Greek Church, 2716 North Dobson Rd, Chandler How much: $3 What to eat / drink: saganaki, souvlaki, gyro, dolmathes and pastries including baklava sundaes

Arizona Honey Festival When: Sept 29-30 (11am-4pm) Where: The Boulders Resort & Golden Door Spa, 35361 N. Tom Darlington Dr., Carefree How much: free What to eat / drink: cookies, fry bread, cocktails and shrimp are just a few of the items prepared with honey that will be available during tastings and demonstrations at this event hosted by El Pedregal with guest chefs from throughout the southwest

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