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Five South Florida Food-Related Events This Weekend: Las Olas Oktoberfest and More

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3. Fall harvest festival

There's a hint of autumn in the air (or at least, close enough to it) and Flamingo Road Nursery is firing up a month of fall harvest activities. The ongoing collection of events kicks off Saturday and Sunday with "Pepperpalooza" and a food truck invasion on Saturday. More than 20 trucks are expected for lunch between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. Other activities throughout the weekend include a hot pepper eating contest at 1 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, hot sauce tasting throughout the weekend, dozens of pepper plants for sale, and other family-friendly exploits.

4. Northwood Village Art & Wine on the Promenade

West Palm Beach's self-proclaimed "historically hip" neighborhood hosts its monthly free art and wine walk from 6 to 9 p.m. Friday. Find more details about the Art & Wine on the Promenade here.

5. Russian dinner at Pistache

A vodka and caviar bar are on the menu for Pistache French Bistro's Russian-themed "Back in the USSR" dinner on Saturday night. The restaurant will offer a special three-course themed menu for $39 per person, though the regular menu also will be available. The event is part of Pistache's Tour Du Monde promo exploring the culinary and cultural offerings of various countries.

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Tricia Woolfenden

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