Graze on Grace Food Festival 

Sunday, Nov. 9

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The problem with Richmond restaurants is choosing where to eat. You can sample culinary creations from more than 25 restaurants in one fell swoop on Sunday, Nov. 9, from noon-5 p.m. Graze on Grace features such favorites as Comfort, Lola’s, Mezzanine, the Pig and Pearl, the Savory Grain and others along Grace Street between Fourth and Seventh streets. The inaugural festival of food, held by the Downtown Neighborhood Association, will offer a plethora of produce, meats, cheeses, herbs, artisan breads and confections from organic farms and specialty food providers. Samples are $3 with proceeds benefiting FeedMore, formerly the Central Virginia Food Bank, and the nonprofit, eco-gastronomic, member-supported organization Slow Food. grazerva.com.

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