What to Expect at Fire Flour & Fork


This is not your typical glass-out, plate-out festival. We are grounded in story. Walk our cobblestone streets and visit corner bakeries. Get behind the doors of 100-year-old purveyors. Learn the names of forgotten cooks who paved the way. Listen to kitchen secrets from our Richmond chefs and their friends from around the country. Oh. don't worry, you'll eat and drink well in our vibrant restaurants, but you'll also bring back stories to share from this unscripted potluck of events in downtown Richmond. 

See you January 15th!

We have a rescheduled date for our guest, Questlove, musician and author of “somethingtofoodabout: exploring creativity with innovative chefs" and the Break It Down panel at the VMFA, followed by a VIP dinner at Amuse: January 15, 2017.

Come hear about creativity and inspiration in the worlds of music and food from chef/restaurateur/drummer Jason Alley; college president and concert cellist Ronald Crutcher; singer/songwriter Natalie Prass and chef/GWAR member Mike Derks on Sunday, January 15. The panel will be moderated by Todd Kliman, author, national food writer and jazz lover. 
It will be a great way to kick start your creative endeavors in the new year!

We'll have beverages, snacks and surprises beforehand for you. Sponsored by Virginia is for Lovers, Visit Richmond, VMFA, Campofrio, Wine Enthusiast, Summit Media, Quirk Hotel, Early Mountain Vineyards, Belle Isle Moonshine and Real Richmond Food Tours.

“The Fire, Flour & Fork folks have just thrown down the gauntlet for food and wine festivals — so much talent in this city last night and through the weekend, done in such a different manner.
— Travis Croxton
co-owner of Rappahannock Oysters and Rappahannock Restaurant

Fire, Flour & Fork:
Nov. 17th - Nov. 20th, 2016.



We are very social.






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