RICHMOND, Va. (WTVR) — Folks took to social media to show off the spectacular creations cooked up by area chefs at the seventh annual Broad Appétit food festival Sunday.
More than 60 of Richmond’s finest local restaurants took part in the region’s largest food event, which also included live music, art and antique vendors, story telling, hands-on-in season-food preparation demos, food demos, canning and preserving, composting, bee keeping and an interactive kids area and a farmer’s market.
Broad Appétit, which is hosted by Downtown Neighborhood Association and benefits FeedMore, aims to promote Richmond’s amazing food, art and music.
Check out the list of winners in the Facebook post below from Richmond Magazine.
Richmond Magazine’s “To Dine For” entree: Chef Owen Lane at The Magpie’s Crispy Pig Torchon
Runner-up: The Rogue Gentleman’s Thyme-and-Butter Flat Iron Steak over Summer Succotash
Richmond Magazine’s “To Diet For” dessert: The Rogue Gentleman and pastry chef Lara Brown’s strawberry/cucumber soup with champagne foam
Runner-up: The Viceroy’s avocado-Key lime cheesecake pop
The Bon Secours Healthy Dish Award: Comfort and Chef Travis Milton’s Summer Succotash Salad
The People’s Choice Award: Shyndigz
The Ambiance Award: Tio Pablo
Check out these photos of all the yummy dishes served up at the popular event. [Scroll down to submit your pics to our gallery]