Food Festivals in Boston to Enjoy in the Fall
Fall is a great time of year in Boston. The weather is still nice, the foliage is beautiful, and there is still plenty of time to enjoy the outdoors before the winter comes. This is also a great time of year for food festivals, and there are some great events throughout the autumn season that will appeal to all palates. Here is a look at some of the best food festivals to attend during this time of year:
Boston Local Food Festival
The local cuisine of Boston is unique from the rest of the country, and from the rest of New England, as well. The Boston Local Food Festival
, which will be held on September 17th
, celebrates the best of the city’s unique, local flavors with a specific focus on fitness and healthy eating. This annual event is located in the open air on the Rose Kennedy Greenway, and the sole purpose is to celebrate Boston’s cuisine at its finest. There will be food demos, tastings, and also some fitness events.
Phantom Gourmet Street Food Festival
For decades, the Phantom Gourmet has celebrated local New England eateries and shared these findings with their loyal viewers. Each year, Boston hosts the Phantom Gourmet Food Festival,
which offers a sampling of each of the Phantom Gourmet’s top one hundred favorite foods! This year, the festival will be held on September 23rd
, and you’ll want to grab your ticket well in advance because this event tends to sell out.
Taste of WGBH Food and Wine Festival
If you’re a fan of great food and delicious wines, you should attend the WGBH Food and Wine Festival
from October 5th
to October 8th. Located at the WGBH facility at One Guest Street in Boston, this event celebrates the best food and wine from all over the world. There are several events that are part of this festival, so you should be sure to check the schedule for ones that you would like to attend. You’ll want to purchase tickets in advance.
Caribbean Rum and Food Festival
If you’re looking for something unique, you should attend the Caribbean Rum and Food Festival
on October 14th
from 2 PM to 8 PM. The goal of this first annual festival is to showcase different aspects of the Caribbean culture through its traditional drink of rum as well as its local food specialties. Listen to Caribbean music, sample spirits from the different countries, and eat delicious foods. You can buy your tickets for this festival in advance.
Boston is a city that has a diverse culinary scene. From local favorites to Caribbean specialties, there truly is something here for everyone.