Taste of Cave Creek to host over 30 restaurants, 21 breweries this month
PHOENIX — The town of Cave Creek will be holding its 25th annual food and beverage tasting event Oct. 16-17.
The two-day Taste of Cave Creek will host over 30 restaurants and 21 breweries in a beer garden. The event will run from 5 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. and will feature fare from local restaurants and bars accompanied by live music.
Stagecoach Village shopping and dining center at Cave Creek Road and Galloway Drive will host the event.
Musical artists Fosterson and Lindsey Vogt will take the stage Wednesday night, while Crown Kings and Vogt will wrap up the event Thursday.
“Every year we look forward to this great event,” Marshal Adam Stein, event chairman, said on the festival website. “Honestly, I think my favorite part is seeing all our friends and neighbors coming out and enjoying our awesome local restaurants.”
The beer garden will be packed with over 21 breweries, liquor and wine distributors, highlighted by local favorites including Huss Brewing Co., SanTan Brewing Company and the Grand Canyon Brewing Company.
Cave Creek’s popular event is expecting 8,000 food and beverage fans this year.
Admission to the festival is $10 per person and free for children 12 and under. The price for food and drink items range from $3 to $5.
Attendees are offered shuttle parking in three locations: the Rare Earth Gallery; Outlaws Bar and Grill; and north of the post office on the corner of Cave Creek and North School House roads.