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D.C.-Area Food and Wine Come Together June 22

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Alexandria’s Food & Wine Festival will bring together 14 wineries from around the area and at least 11 local restaurants June 22 to John Carlyle Square in Alexandria.

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In its second year, the festival will also include live entertainment and a children’s corner in addition to wine and food tasting opportunities. The event is free to attend, but there is a cost for food and wine. Eight food taste tickets cost $15, and entry into the wine garden is $10.

The event is just one block from Alexandria’s King Street Metrorail station, and garage parking is available as well.

Wineries scheduled for the tasting include: Cedar Creek Winery, Cobbler Mountain Cellars, Democracy Vineyards, DuCard Vineyards, Fabbioli Cellars, Glass House Winery, Ingleside Vineyards, Lake Anna Winery, Mattaponi Winery, Naked Mountain Winery & Vineyards, Notaviva Vineyards, Three Fox Vineyards and The Williamsburg Winery.

Featured restaurants include: Alexandria Cupcake, Clyde’s at Mark Center, Crepe Deli, Joe Theismann’s Restaurant, La Tasca, Railstop Gastropub, Rita’s Ice, San Antonio Bar & Grill, Trademark, Whole Foods Market and Walker’s Grille.

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