9 foodie events to check out in St. Louis this month
Sauce @ Sophie’s
Every Friday and Saturday – 8 p.m., Sophie’s Artist Lounge, 3333 Washington Ave., Suite 102,
St. Louis, 314.710.5647, Facebook: Sauce @ Sophie’s Food Truck Weekends
Sophie’s Artist Lounge receives a food truck upgrade every weekend through August. Visit the Sauce Facebook page for the weekly lineup. Free admission. Sauce Magazine is a sponsor of this event.
All American Pie Contest
July 2 – 10 a.m., Ferguson Farmers Market, Ferguson, fergusonfarmersmarket.com
Friendly local faces judge pies of all kinds at one of St. Louisans’ favorite farmers markets. Bring your best pie or stop by for the fanfare and a cinnamon roll from Bridge Bread. The market runs from 8 a.m. to noon, so come early or stay after the judging to check out the vendors. Free admission.
Art Hill Film Series
July 8, 15, 22 and 29 – 6 to 11 p.m., Saint Louis Art Museum Art Hill, One Fine Arts Drive, Forest Park, St. Louis, slam.org
This St. Louis tradition features a film, food trucks and live music. This year’s theme is sports and the movies to be shown, in order, are: A League of Their Own, Love & Basketball, Bend It Like Beckham and The Sandlot. Free admission. Sauce Magazine is a sponsor of this event.
Sauce Food Truck Friday
July 8 and 22 – 4 to 8 p.m., Tower Grove Park, 4256 Magnolia Ave., St. Louis, 314.772.8004, saucefoodtruckfriday.com
Like tough choices? Tower Grove Park offers dinner from about 20 of our favorite food trucks on multiple Fridays this summer and into the fall. Luckily you can’t go wrong with any of them, any Friday. Free admission.
Let Them Eat Art
July 8 – 6 to 10 p.m., Historic Downtown Maplewood, samg.bz/EatArt22
This tribute to Bastille Day offers live art and musical performances to supplement food and shopping from popular Maplewood spots. Treat your taste buds to Bastille Day the Creole way at Boogaloo or nurse a beer through a fun summer evening. Or both. Free admission.
Taste of North St. Louis
July 16 – 1 to 7 p.m., Crown Square Plaza, North 14th Street and St. Louis Avenue, saintlaaafab.com
Food, music and art from across the St. Louis area converge on Crown Square Plaza at 14th Street and St. Louis Avenue for a blocks-long celebration of citywide culture. Crown Candy will be tough to pass up, but food vendors from all over the city will be participating as well. Free admission.
All About Napa Valley with Hall Wines: Five-Course Wine Dinner
July 21 – 6:30 to 9 p.m., Blood & Sand, 1500 St. Charles St., St. Louis, 314.241.7263, bloodandsandstl.com
Enjoy a special night out with a one-of-a-kind tasting dinner from Blood & Sand. Expect the perfect atmosphere for exciting wine pairings from Kathryn Hall’s renowned Napa winery, Hall Wines, and an inventive five-course menu. Tickets available online.
Hazelwood Food Truck Night
July 26 – 5 to 8 p.m., Howdershell Park, 6800 Howdershell Road, Hazelwood, hazelwoodmo.org
Head to Howdershell Park for food from local and regional favorites like Tuk Tuk Thai, Scoops & More and Blues Fired Pizza. If you can, bring some non-perishable food items for T.E.A.M. Food Pantry’s collection. Entertainment by Coach. Free admission.
Pedal the Cause: A World Without Cancer Day
Aug. 5, participating bars and restaurants, pedalthecause.org/awwcd
Support cancer research at Siteman Cancer Center and Siteman Kids by grabbing food and drink from participating bars and restaurants celebrating A World Without Cancer Day. Eleven Eleven Mississippi, Ices Plain and Fancy and Lona’s Lil Eats are just a few of the businesses that will be donating a portion of proceeds to Pedal the Cause. Find a full list of participating venues online. Sauce Magazine is a sponsor of this event.
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