Happy Valley Culinary Week Makes June Tasty

Rotelli’s – Chef Dave Krauth
Gemelli Bakers – Chef Tony Sapia
Gigi’s Sothern Table – Chef John Clickner II
Harrison’s Wine Grill & Catering – Chef Harrison Schailey
Faccia Luna – Chefs Greenleaf & Gibboney
El Gringo – Chef Ben Stanley
Allen Street Grill – Chef Bert Burger and more!

The farmers’ market will have a tasty array of meats, cheeses, produce, sauces, spreads, dressings, and much more. Come prepared to buy from these local merchants and stock up on the delicacies that Central PA has to offer.

The farmers’ market will include local offerings from:

Egg Hill Farms – Flowers, Meats
El Gringo Tacos – Tacos & Tamales
Gemelli Bakers – Breads & Baked Goods
Good Intent Cider – Hard Ciders
Goot Essa – Cheeses & Fudge
Home D Pizzeria – Beer Tasting
Kangen Water – Purified Water PASA – Sustainable Ag. Info & Gear
Piper’s Peck – Salsas & Jellies
Tait Farm – Shrubs & Jellies
The Nature Inn of Bald Eagle – Info & Appetizers
Village Eatinghouse – Dressings & Dips
Webster’s Bookstore – Cookbooks & Demo
U Freeze Wine Slush – Cooler Tasting

Culinary Week restaurants offer a discounted, multi-course fixed price menu during their hours of operation and diners have an opportunity to sample cuisine from a broad selection of restaurants at an affordable price, providing special cuisine at incredible value. HVCW menus offer diners delicious meals at affordable pricing. Most meals are three courses including an appetizer, entrée and dessert. 

In addition to great menus available all over the area, fun events will be held to further celebrate local food and the chefs who prepare it. Restaurants will be hosting special events like chef demos, and don't miss the live music and food festival at South Hills School of Business & Technology on Thursday June 16, and much more! Stay tuned for more information as 2016 Happy Valley Culinary Week shapes up.

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