Produce Terminal in the Strip District
November 5
3—7 p.m.

While foodies everywhere eagerly await the next Farm to Table Pittsburgh conference in March, we can all get a healthy taste of the harvest season this Saturday.

Harvest TastingHosting its 5th annual Harvest Tasting event in Pittsburgh’s historic Strip District produce terminal, Farm to Table has throughtfully curated a marketplace overflowing with all things local, flavorful and fall.

Open to all ages, the family-friendly celebration will feature tastings and samples from more than 50 local and regional vendors as well as select products for sale.

Featured exhibitors for 2016 include: Millie’s Homemade Ice Cream, Emerald Valley Artisans, Apoidea Apiary, Pittsburgher Highland Farm, Wigle Whiskey, and many more. Also on tap are breweries, wineries, grocers, organic skincare companies, and some of Pittsburgh’s top restaurants.

Harvest TastingSetting up shop at 2100 Smallman Street, the event will showcase the site’s rich produce legacy as well as the city’s thriving contemporary food and drink scene, which has been drawing international attention.

A taster’s paradise, the event is also a one-stop shop for learning about the quality and diversity of locally grown, produced and prepared foods.

From exciting new urban food and beverage purveyors to rural Pennsylvania farms and producers, this is your chance to savor all things autumn, get inspired to cook locally for Thanksgiving and kick off the festive holiday season.

Keep an eye out for upcoming small tasting events hosted by Farm to Table Pittsburgh throughout the year across Western PA, all culminating in the large-scale Farm to Table Local Food Conference in early spring. Farm to Table Pittsburgh also runs local food programs for area schools, employers, senior residences and community groups.

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