Karlo Francisco and Yolanda Quiros of the Maplewood Deli (1628 Springfield Avenue) will be serving grilled pinchas at HarvestFest - delectable skewers of meat and vegetables that were a big hit at last year's celebration.
Maplewood Deli provides all kinds of great breakfast and lunch items, including many representing the owners' Costa Rican heritage. Other Springfield Avenue restaurants and specialty food stores serving up their own specialties this Saturday at HarvestFest include New World Catering, Churrasco, Da Kitchen, Campy Food, Edo's Cakes and Soul Terrific.
HarvestFest is being presented by Springfield Avenue Partnership and Walgreens on the grounds of the Hilton Branch Library at 1688 Springfield Avenue between Tuscan and Oakland Roads from 11:00 a.m. till 3:00 p.m. (rain date: Sunday, October 14th).
A month-long series of activities and events hosted by the businesses of Maplewood’s Springfield Avenue District, and an iPad giveaway are highlights of this year’s HarvestFest celebration. In addition to the great food, there will be fun for the whole family including music, entertainment, activities for the kids and more.
Visit SpringfieldAvenue.com for more information or follow HarvestFest and the Partnership on Facebook.