Armenian Food Festival kicks off fall food celebrations in Richmond
The Armenian Food Festival is this weekend, kicking off Friday and running through Saturday.
It's the city's oldest and longest running food festival, organizers tell Axios.
- The free event includes kabobs, cheese boreg, Armenian meat pies, stuffed grape leaves, the Hye Burger, pastries and Armenian wine and beer available for purchase.
- Plus, there will be music, dancing and vendors.
Details: Friday and Saturday, 11:30am-9:30pm at St. James Armenian Church (834 Pepper Ave.) in the Near West End.
What else to do this weekend: 🍛 The Festival of India celebrating Indian food and culture is at the Richmond Convention Center on Saturday (11am-9pm) and Sunday (11am-8pm).
- Admission is free, and food is available a la carte.
- The restaurants will donate 15% of sales from their brunch specials to Richmond SPCA.
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