Findlay Market's Annual 'Flavor of Findlay' to Spotlight Cincinnati Women- and Minority-Owned Businesses

Thursday's outdoor "Diversity in Motion" event at the Market features local chefs, mixologists and more

click to enlarge Findlay Market's Annual 'Flavor of Findlay' to Spotlight Cincinnati Women- and Minority-Owned Businesses
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The theme of Findlay Market's annual "Flavor of Findlay" fundraiser this year is "Diversity in Motion." Taking place Thursday, Sept. 13 at 6:30 p.m., the event will spotlight local women- and minority-owned businesses, with numerous food and drink tasting stations presented by market vendors and others in the community, all to raise funds for "beautification at the market, food entrepreneurship programs, initiatives to support vendors, and facility upgrades."

General admission tickets to Flavor of Findlay are $75 and this year there are VIP tickets (providing access to exclusive tastings) for $125. Tickets can be purchased here.

General admission ticket-holders get access to the following tasting-station presenters:

Babushka Pierogies + La Soupe

Bouchard's Pasta + Red Feather

Dean's Mediterranean Imports + Quan Hapa/Pho Lang Thang

Deeper Roots + Madisono's Gelato

Em's Sourdough Bread + Dana Adkins

Gramma Debbie's Kitchen + Django Western Taco

Harvest Pizza + Waterfield LLC

Luken's Poultry, Fish & Seafood + French Crust Cafe & Bistro; Jean-Robert's Table

Madison's + Bouquet

Maverick Chocolate Co. + Cherbourg Cyprus

Mimi's Gourmet Egg Rolls & Curry Bowls + Eli's BBQ

Taste of Belgium

The Rhined + The Anchor

VIP ticket-holders get access to all of those vendors, as well as the following:

Adelinda's Lumpia

Flavors of the Isle

LaVerde Fresh

The Passion Plate

Rice Head Philippine Cuisine

Soul Secret

There will also be wine pairings (provided by Market Wines), a silent auction, a "lively DJ" and much more. Click here for full "Flavor of Findlay" details.

Those who cannot attend can participate in the silent auction here. You can also donate at the link to help with things like translation services, equipment and rent for low-income minority business owners to run a pop-up booth at the Market.



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