Richmond’s Fire, Flour and Fork returns for their 6th year in RVA with more food, tours, presentations, events, and pop-ups.
Mark those calendars for October 31 – November 3!
The festival celebrates the food-curious with the best food, drink and conviviality Richmond, Virginia has to offer. You don’t want to miss it!
Check out the featured event schedule:
- Thursday, October 31 | Celebrate Halloween and the Jefferson Hotel’s birthday by walking down its famous staircase in your best food-themed costume and then indulge in a few over-the-top Halloween desserts and other late-night goodies inside Lemaire.
- Friday, November 1 | Pie a la Mode at the Virginia Museum of History and Culture will bring together our region’s best bakers of savory and sweet pies, along with some pastry guests from across the county, plus craft ice cream makers and coffee gurus. Home bakers can compete in a Virginia sweet potato pie dessert contest.
- Saturday, November 2 | The first “Drag Brunch on the Boulevard: The Her-story of Richmond.” Drag mothers and their daughters will bring us a show that will honor the community in Richmond. Special guest includes drag brunch historian Poppy Tucker.
- Saturday, November 2 | More than 20 chefs from around the state will participate in Sampling the Centuries: Virginia’s Food Firsts at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. Go on a journey with food, drink and desserts, traveling through influences from the 1700s into the future. From Ian Boden in Staunton to Aaron Deal in Roanoke, from Joy Crump in Fredericksburg to Brunswick County’s best stewmaster, it will be an evening to remember. A separately ticketed interview event with Chef Patrick O’Connell will kick off the evening at 5:30 p.m.
- Sunday, November 3 | Food U’s talks, chef demos and Tasting Tent will run from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Virginia Museum of History and Culture.
- Sunday, November 3 | Smoke on the Water, our global barbecue dine-around event, returns to city center – high above the banks of the James River at Tredegar. Enjoy more than 15 smoked and roasted items from the best around the region and a bit further afield. Home cooks can enter their favorite sides made with hometown favorite, Duke’s Mayo.
- Sunday, November 3 | The fifth annual John Dabney Dinner will trace the influence of chef James Hemings through Fanny Steward and Malinda Russell, John Dabney, Edna Lewis and today’s chefs, and we will honor Charles and Shirley Sherrod.
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