ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – The annual Lebanese Festival “A taste of the Middle East in the heart of the Midwest” at St. Raymond Maronite Cathedral is happening this weekend.
Trish Gazall brought some tasty treats to share with Tim Ezell and explained the festival is a two-day free event celebrating Lebanese culture and heritage.
The theme this year is “A Taste of the Middle East in the Midwest”. You can try kibbee nayee, kibbee aras, meat pies, spinach pies, cabbage rolls, grape leaves, za’taar bread, labneh, and much more.
St. Raymond’s Lebanese Festival
St. Raymond’s Cathedral
931 Lebanon Dr. St. Louis, MO 63104
Saturday September 14, 2013
Traditional Lebanese food (Foutoush, kibbee nayee, hummus, tabouli, and other appetizers), cash bar, and live music from Joseph Beshara and his band.
Sunday September 15, 2013
The Cedars Hall will be serving Lebanese food (kibbee nayee, kibbee aras, meat pies, spinach pies, cabbage rolls, grape leaves, za’taar bread, labneh, and much more), cash bar, music, children’s game booths, Cathedral tours, and raffles including a 2013 Ford Focus.
Find out more: http://www.straymondsmaronitecathedral.com/Festival.php