18 Fall Food Festivals in Metro Phoenix

Page 4 of 4

AZ Taco Festival When: Oct 20-21, (11am-7pm -- competition both days) Where: Salt River Fields at Talking Stick, 7555 N. Pima Road Scottsdale How much: $12 admission / tastings $2 What to eat / drink: Participating bars/restaurants include Wildhorse Grille, the Four Seasons, Distrito, La Hacienda, El Hefe, Dos Gringos, Sandbar, Frank & Lupe's, Rubio's, Tonto Bar & Grill, Green New American Vegetarian, Chuck (Grayhawk's Food Truck) and Manuel's.

Taste of Greece Peoria Greek Festival When: October 26-28 (Friday 5-10pm, Saturday 11am-10 pm, Sunday 12-8pm) Where: St. Haralambos Greek Orthodox Church, 7950 W. Pinnacle Peak How much: $3 What to eat / drink: featuring fresh saganaki, moussaka, souvlaki, Greek pastries all prepared daily by church chefs and a Loukoumades eating contest


Pie Social When: November 3, 2 to 6 pm Where: 2nd Street and Roosevelt How much: Sponsored by Chow Bella and Roosevelt Row, this event offers two options: Bring two pies and get five tasting tickets, or pay $10 for five tasting tickets. What to eat: Pie baked by "celebrity" bakers competing for top honors, as well as pies baked by community members -- including you.

Peoria Beer Festival When: November 3, 6-10 pm Where: Peoria Sports Complex,16101 N. 83rd Avenue, Peoria How much: $55 each for VIP, $30 for general admission and $25 for designated drivers What to eat / drink: distributors include Crescent Crown, Young's Market and Diamondback Wine & Spirits and restaurants include Texas Roadhouse, Johnny Fox's Public House and AJ's Fine Foods.

La Gran Fiesta: A Celebration of Hispanic Heritage and Culture When: Nov 6-7 (12-9pm) Where: Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts, 7380 East 2nd Street, Scottsdale How much: free What to eat / drink: Latin inspired food & drinks

ArmeniaFest When: Nov 10-11 (Saturday 11am-10pm, Sunday 11am-6pm) Where: Armenian Apostolic Church, 8849 E. Cholla St., Scottsdale How much: $1 What to eat / drink: Armenian versions of Mediterranean fare

KEEP PHOENIX NEW TIMES FREE... Since we started Phoenix New Times, it has been defined as the free, independent voice of Phoenix, and we'd like to keep it that way. With local media under siege, it's more important than ever for us to rally support behind funding our local journalism. You can help by participating in our "I Support" program, allowing us to keep offering readers access to our incisive coverage of local news, food and culture with no paywalls.
Rebekah Zemansky
Contact: Rebekah Zemansky