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Fall Foodie Festivals in the Mountains

Fall is here and so are the foodie festivals

Apple Season is Here!!

Asheville and the surrounding counties are offering many Fun Autumn Food Festivals. Come and get your “feed on”!!

Below are some of the popular festivals for Fall of 2022. Click on the links to view and Enjoy!! (credit to AVL Today for all the info)

Apple Festival from Fri., Sept. 2-Mon., Sept. 5- Taking place in Henderson County — NC’s largest apple-producing county — this family-friendly event also includes arts and crafts, food, and live entertainment.

Chow Chow Festival – Thurs., Sept. 8-Sun., Sept. 11- features events about culinary storytelling, zero-proof cocktails, and chef Malinda Russell.

Greek Festival in Asheville-Sept 23rd-24th- Greek Festival Hours Friday, 11 AM – 8 PM Saturday, 11 AM – 8 PM. The Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church of Asheville presents the annual Greek Festival, held at the church at 227 Cumberland Avenue, a short drive from downtown Asheville.

Cheese Festival- Sept 25th-Sunday- located in Black Mountain-Immerse yourself in a world of cheese with demos, workshops, and 20+ local food businesses. Pro tip: Pay extra + enjoy pairings from WNC Cheese Trail members and libations from local brewers like Highland Brewing and Noble Cider. (credit to AVL Today)

October 2nd- Sunday- Sample new food + become more health conscious at this event, which will bring a family fun zone, live music, and educational speakers to downtown’s Pack Square.

October 8th-Saturday- USA TODAY’s national touring festival series makes its Asheville debut at Salvage Station with a showcase of regional foodways, local chefs + restaurants, and makers of craft beers, wines, and other sips. Guests can also attend chef and sommelier demos and seminars.

November 6th- Sunday- Located at the Madison County Fair Grounds-Nosh on fermented eats from regional creators while enjoying live entertainment, craft vendors + demos on everything from sauerkraut to sourdough.

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