Get Ready to Eat All Things Garlic!

Celebrate all things garlic at the 2018 Cleveland Garlic Festival will take place on Saturday, August 25 from Noon to 9pm, and Sunday, August 26, 2018 from Noon to 6pm. Enjoy live music and entertainment, and check out our Mighty Locavores kids area where kids can try the pedal tractor maze, learn how to cook with garlic, play “Taste the Season,” and meet a Flower Clown and Glenn the Bubble Guy. Check out the Antique Tractors Display and get a ride on the Rocket Ship Car! Try the rock climbing wall and more!

In the afternoon, see the Top Chef Grill Off as they prepare:
• Grass-fed Beef and Garlic Competition Saturday at 1:00pm
• Free Range Chicken and Garlic Competition at Saturday at 3:00pm
• Pasture Raised Pork and Garlic Competition Sunday at 1:00pm

Chefs competing include your favorites: Brian Evans from On The Rise, Josh Cooper of EDWINS, James Thornton, Michael Grieve of Tartine Bistro, Eric Stout of Rose Italian Kitchen and more.

And of course, indulge in garlic fries, craft beers, and even garlic ice cream from Mitchells!

For more info visit cleveland garlic

More Things Garlic…

Try our…Juicy Steak with Garlic Butter

Grilled Octopus with Garlic and Lime

Roasted Garlic Soup

Coastal Tacos–With or Without Kids

 Pets on the Plaza This Summer

25+ Fabulously Juicy Burgers

25 Ridiculously Refreshing Fruity Cocktails

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