The Taste of Lebanon Middle Eastern Food Festival Takes Over St. Anthony of Padua on Victory Parkway

The annual fest features food, fun and culture

click to enlarge The Taste of Lebanon - Photo: tasteoflebanon.com
Photo: tasteoflebanon.com
The Taste of Lebanon

Head to St. Anthony of Padua Maronite Church on Victory Parkway for a Taste of Lebanon.

This annual Middle Eastern food festival offers authentic Lebanese cuisine plus cultural entertainment, dancing, shopping, games and more.

Try handpicked grapevine leaves stuffed with rice, ground beef and spices, fatayer spinach pies, homemade hummus, kibbe, tabbouleh, falafel, chicken or beef shawarma wraps, manouche and tons of sweets including maamool shortbread while sipping on Lebanese-style coffee. 

Dabke Arabic folk dancers will take to the stage, while you enter the raffle to win family-themed baskets. 

Noon-8 p.m. June 2. Free admission. St. Anthony of Padua Maronite Church, 2530 Victory Parkway, Walnut Hills, thetasteoflebanon.com.

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