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Chile Pepper Festival | Saturday, September 30, 2017

20+ LOCAL RESTAURANTS AND THE BEST CHILE PEPPER CUISINE IN PHOENIX.

Chile Pepper Festival is a local food, music & talent event hosted by Roosevelt Row Community Development Corporation (CDC). By presenting some of the best local restaurateurs and chefs in Phoenix, our goal is to highlight the most delicious chile pepper cuisine our city has to offer. Onsite chile roasting, cooking demos, live music, salsa dancing, activities for kids, a talent show hosted by PEP Rally, a Beer Garden presented by Deschutes Brewery AND a gourmet margarita station will all be on the menu! Announcement of the Festival’s best chile pepper dish winners and crowning of the year’s Chile Pepper Champion will culminate the festivities. Admission is only $5 and covers live music & dancing, kid’s zone and celebrity chef demos! Food and beverages are available for purchase. More info on www.chilepepperfest.org.

Pie Social | November 19, 2016

Pecan, cherry, lemon, apple, honey, pumpkin, sweetheart–you’ll be saying pie-love-you to everyone you see at our annual pie social! Join us Saturday, November 19, 2016 when we partner again with our friends at Phoenix New Times to give you the largest pie variety you’ve ever laid eyes on.

Tasting tickets will be available to purchase for $12, or you can bring delicious, homemade pies in exchange for 5 tasting tickets.  Either way, your sweet tooth will go home happy.

 

Flannel Photo Booth New Year’s Eve Flannel Ball & Art Show | December 31

Celebrate the New Year in the Roosevelt Row Arts District! Party like it is 1999 and join us for the Annual Flannel Ball for live music, the “New on Old” Art Show, flannel clothing from boutique vendors, food trucks, lawn games + photobooth, the Nopales Piñata countdown & drop, champagne toast, and a beer garden.

 

 

Business Spotlight

Check out Roosevelt Row's newest late night coffee and sandwich shop!
Oliver's Sophisticated Bean offers a bright beacon for late-night workers with a yearning for java. MORE