Alexandria, VA – We are just counting down the days until this year’s Art on the Avenue on Oct. 5th from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.! Guests of the festival can expect a multi-cultural arts festival which celebrates the awesome diversity of our community!
Rain or shine, Mt. Vernon Avenue in the Del Ray neighborhood between Bellefonte and Hume Avenues, will be the place to be with over 300 artists, musicians, and food vendors to explore. Checking out the art of talented jewelers, woodworkers, pottery makers, and other artists, as well as dancing to country music and more, will definitely build an appetite!
Did you know that Art on the Avenue has a cool food court at Mt. Vernon Community School? If you’re with a group of friends or family, sometimes it’s hard to decide on a place to eat! A food court rescues the day so that everyone is happy. From Al’s Steak House to Sherri’s Crab Cakes and Popped Republic to Goodies Frozen Custard, among others, there will be something to satisfy any hunger.
As you make your way through the festival, you’ll also be able to pick up some goodies to munch on. Food vendors such as Evening Star Café, Rocklands Barbeque, and Together We Bake will have stalls at the festival to entice your taste buds.
Here’s the full list of all the vendors offering delicious food at the festival:
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Food Street Vendors:
Small Food Street Vendors:
See you at Art on the Avenue! Find out more details on the Art on the Avenue website.
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