Western PA’s Annual Harvest Tasting
Farms – Food – Spirits
The Annual Buy Fresh Buy Local Western PA Harvest Tasting is a casual gathering that gives food lovers first-hand experiences of the quality and diversity of locally grown, produced and prepared food.
You will have a chance to sample food & beverages from local farms, food producers, wineries, distilleries, and breweries.
This is a great event to meet local Pittsburghers who value their food and are excited to learn how to access local food and beverages. The atmosphere is relaxing: music and local food conversation abound.
November 9, 2019
We’re taking our popular Farm to Table Harvest Tasting to Northwestern PA! Join us at the Voodoo compound to sample the best local food & beverage the Northwestern region has to offer! You won’t want to miss this event!
The event is presented in conjunction with Crawford County Convention and Visitors Bureau.
November 16, 2019
@Galleria of Mt. Lebanon
The Farm to Table Harvest Tasting is a casual gathering that allows consumers to experience first-hand the quality and diversity of locally grown, produced and prepared food. The atmosphere is relaxing: music and local food conversation abound.
These are great events to meet local Pittsburghers who value their food and are excited to learn how to access local food and beverages.
2019 Exhibitors at Galleria of Mt. Lebanon
|Bedner’s Farm Market|
|Breadworks, Inc.Baguettes, Sliced Italian Bread, Breadworks Famous “Saltsticks”,|
Split Rolls & More!
|Briar Valley Vineyard|
Chardonnay, Riesling, Merlot and Proprietor’ s Red
|Building New Hope|
Cold Brew & Hot Coffee: Organic, Fair-Trade and Bird Friendly
Accessories & Decor
Assorted Goat Cheese
|Cherry Valley Organics|
USDA Certified Organic Herbal Teas, Vinegars & Body Products
|Community Kitchen Pittsburgh|
|Conover Organic Farm|
Pickled Goods, Hot Sauce, Hot Jam, Kimchi
|Country Hammer Moonshine|
|Green Mountain Energy|
|Juliett’s Baked Goods|
Pumpkin Rolls, Pumpkin Breads, Baklava, Poppy Seed Cakes, etc.
|Just Right Spice|
Snakeguy’s Pepper Spiced Pretzels
|Maggie’s Farm Rum|
White Rum, Spiced Rum, 50/50 Dark Rum, Rum Old Fashioned, Pineapple Rum, Coffee Liqueur, Pumpkin Spiced Coffee Liqueur & Falernum Liqueur
Nature Based Cosmetics & Body Products
|Novel Breads Co.|
Artisan Breads Made from Sourdough and Solar Power
|Oil & Vinegar USA|
Oils, Vinegars & Food Gifts
|Olive & Marlowe|
Olive Oils-Flavored & Unflavored, Balsamic Vinegars, Herb Mix
|Pasture Perfect Beef|
Pasture Raised-Corn Finished Beef
Dry Aged up to 21 days
|Paul Family Farms|
Bourbon Barrel Syrup, Regular Syrup, Honey, Maple Sugar, Maple Jalapeño Salt
|Pittsburgh’s Original Sports Sauce|
Spicy Japanese Sweet Potatoes & Cubano Quinoa
|Stone Church Acres|
Apples & Cider
Hard Apple & Cranberry Cider
|The Marketplace at Emerald Valley, LLC|
Artisan Crafted Cheeses & Gift Baskets
|The Smokey City’s 412 BBQ|
A Variety of Spices & Rubs
Bourbon, Rye, Gin, Flavored Whiskeys & Liquors
|Wines of America|
A Broad Selection of Wine to Please Anyone’s Palette
Some Pointers for the Event
- Arrive at the beginning of the event to get the best selection of food and beverage samples.
- Most exhibitors also have something to sell. Bring your reusable bags and some cash in case you want to pick up some local food wares.
- Keep tabs of the exhibitors that are coming by staying tuned on our website and event emails. Make sure you don’t miss the tables that you really want to see!
- Finally, ask questions and enjoy yourself!
Become an Exhibitor
If you are a grower or producer of local food, wine, beer or spirits you can sign up to participate in the Harvest Tasting at no cost. You can sell packaged food, products, gift certificates, etc. at the event. You must provide at least (500) small tastings to the attendees.