The fifth annual Flavors of the West, presented by Fry’s Food & Drug Stores, will be from noon-4 p.m. Saturday, April 8 as it returns to its original location of Litchfield Park.
More than 25 restaurants are set to pack the block of Old Litchfield Road, serving delicious samples featuring everything from seafood to Asian cuisine.
In addition, the diverse foodie event features a beer garden, cooking demonstrations from acclaimed Arizona chefs, live music and Action Zone with Pro BMX Show, rock climbing, bounce houses, games and much more.
Participating restaurants: 2 Di 4 Gourmet Karmel Korn; Ada’s Fish Fry; Adams Natural Meats; Baskin-Robbins; Blu Sushi Lounge & Grill; Cabin Whiskey & Grill; Crave Waffle Sandwich Creations; Flavors of Louisiana; Flourish Kitchen; Grimaldi’s Pizzeria; Infinity Sweets; La LomaVillage, Sun Health; Lazy Palm Sports Grill; Nothing Bundt Cakes; NYPD Pizza; P.F. Chang’s; Roujiamo Joe’s; Salt Tacos y Tequila; Sirhotcha; Southwest Specialty Food Inc.; Sun Tan Honey Farm; Taco Toppers; Tempo Urban Bistro; The Haymaker Restaurant Co.;
The Tree of Oil; The Vic Bar + Kitchen; Verrado Grille; WaBa Grill; Whiskey Rose; and White Eyes Fry Bread Co.
Event proceeds will benefit local non-profit, The Honey Foundation. The foundation focuses on spreading kindness and now provides a Kindness Education Program for K-12 Schools. Their programs help students understand the broad importance of kindness in our world and how kindness leads to success in life.
Flavors of the West, presented by Fry’s Food & Drug Stores, is sponsored by Hensley Beverage Company, Rousseau Farming, Osborne Jewelers, Caliber Home Loans and Southwest Valley Chamber of Commerce.
Tickets for Flavors of the West are available at www.FlavorsAZ.com.
Editor’s note: Amanda Moore works for the FleurComGroup.