Food, of course, is a main attraction at the Taste Annandale.
For restaurants and other food vendors, participating in this community festival is a great way to highlight your business and attract new customers.
Applications for food vendors at the 2023 Taste of Annandale are due Friday, March 3.
Download the application and requirements for restaurants and caterers here.
Download the application and requirements for food trucks here.
If you’re interested in having your restaurant, food truck, brewery, or winery participate in the 2023 Taste of Annandale, contact Joe Do, firstname.lastname@example.org , H. Paul Volden, email@example.com, or TasteofAnnandale2023@gmail.com.
Restaurant vendors will have a 10 by 10-foot booth for a $300 fee. Electricity and gas are not included.
Restaurants keep all proceeds from sales at this event.
You must bring your own tables, chairs, propane tanks, fire extinguishers, trash cans, and signage. You can bring your own tent or rent one from the Taste of Annandale. You’ll also need a temporary food permit from the Fairfax County Health Department.
The 2019 Taste of Annandale featured nearly two dozen food vendors, including restaurants, food trucks, and caterers.
There was also a chili cook-off pitting the Mason District Police Station against the Annandale Volunteer Fire Department. The police station got the most votes from the public and got to take home the giant trophy.
Here are some of the food vendors at the Taste of Annandale:
Here’s the complete list of food vendors at the 2019 festival:
Ande Charles Slider Bistro
Annandale High School Culinary Arts
Annandale High School PTSA Farmers’ Market
Casa D’Mama Pizzeria
Empanadas de Mendoza
5 Tara Indian Authentic Cuisine
Grand Daddy’s Skillet
Red Hook Lobster Pound DC
Sunday in Saigon
Sunskoo Lee Korean Food
Two Smooth Dudes
Vietnamese Literary and Artistic Club