Taste of Reston

The Taste of Reston, Northern Virginia’s largest outdoor spring festival, returns June 14-15 with nearly 30 restaurants, a Craft Beer Lounge, YMCA Family Fun Zone, cooking demos and live entertainment.

The event is expected to draw record crowds to Reston Town Center, according to a news release. The event also includes a Wine ‘n Dine section and free garage parking throughout the weekend.

Beginning at 4 p.m. Friday, restaurants and vendors will line the streets of the Reston Town Center.

Live music will be provided by Cherry Crush Band, New Blue Soul, Delta Spur, and Vinyl Rhino. 

Restaurant favorites such as Tavern64, Clyde’s of Reston, Not Your Average Joe’s and Copper’s Hawk will be on hand. The Wine ‘n Dine Market Place will feature chefs from 5 Tara, Vinfera and The Melting Pot, as well as Paradise Springs Winery giving a Wine 101 for your palette.

The YMCA Fairfax Reston will offer games and prizes in the Family Fun Zone, with interactive family activities from The Washington Capitals, Russian School and Bach to Rock.

Taste of Reston event admission is free. Food tickets are $1 per ticket or $20 for 24 tickets. Advance tickets on sale online at InsideNoVaTix!

Beers on tap will include Bold Rock, Troegs, Starr Hill, Blue Mountain, Devils Bachbone, Stella Artois and Bud Light.

Wine provided by The Wine Cabinet at North Point Village and Paradise Springs Winery.

Restaurants include 5 Tara – Indian Cuisine, Al’s Stak House, Argora Restaurant, Barcelona Wine Bar, Carrabba’s Italian Grill, Chick-fil-A North Point Village.

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