Are your taste buds ready? You will be able to try some of the region’s best food at Northern Virginia Magazine’s Taste of NoVA celebration on June 11 at Segra Field in Leesburg.
This special event gives you the opportunity to sample delicious bites from over 30 NoVA-area restaurants, as well as drinks from area breweries and wineries, all in one place.
“This is an event by Foodies, for Foodies,” says James McFadden, director of events for Northern Virginia Magazine. “Every participating restaurant was invited because our team felt they were a good representation of culinary excellence in our amazing community. This is a professionally curated group of participants from front to back, top to bottom.”
Several of the restaurants in attendance have appeared on Northern Virginia Magazine’s 50 Best Restaurants list, including The Restaurant at Patowmack Farm, 2941, and Harrimans Virginia Piedmont Grill. There will be some restaurants that are new to the Northern Virginia food scene, like Kirby Club and Ellie Bird.
“We’ll have live music from an amazing band, Love Canon,” says McFadden. “Plus, guests will be able to enjoy drinks from 14 of Northern Virginia’s best breweries, wineries, and cideries.”
Some of those drink options include the following:
General admission tickets provide three hours of access to the event, where guests can try samples from all of the food and beverage vendors. Want to beat the crowds? VIP ticketholders get one hour of early access. All tickets include a one-year subscription to Northern Virginia Magazine.
This event is organized by Northern Virginia Magazine and empowered by Northern Virginia Food Rescue. Sponsors include iHeart Media and The DC DJs.
Tickets are available on the Taste of NoVA website, along with a complete list of participating restaurants, wineries, breweries, and cideries. All guests must be 21 or older.
Segra Field: 42095 Loudoun Dr., Leesburg, noon – 4 p.m. (VIP entrance), 1 p.m. – 4 p.m. (general admission), $120 for general admission, $150 for VIP, tasteofnova.com
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