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Autumn Food Festival

October 9-10, 2021

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Experience the Flavors of Fall

The Abbey Resort & Geneva Lake West Chamber of Commerce are partnering with local restaurateurs and vendors to showcase their talents and the fall flavors that can be experienced in the area. Enjoy a two day event including a five-course dinner featuring farm-to-fork seasonal dishes on Saturday evening and our Autumn Food Festival featuring samples of delicious seasonal dishes from each vendor on our Harbor Patio overlooking the lake.

Geneva Lake West Chamber of Commerce

Proceeds for Sunday's Autumn Food Festival will benefit the Geneva Lake West Chamber of Commerce. The Fontana-based chamber of commerce promotes communities on the west end of the lake including Williams Bay, Fontana, Walworth and Linn. It includes more than 160 member businesses in those communities as well as Elkhorn, Delavan and even Illinois. 

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Weekend Events

Fall Harvest Dinner

Saturday, October 9 | 6:00pm-9:00pm

$75 per person

  • Reception to meet Executive Chef Joshua North along with local vendors
  • Fall Harvest Dinner
  • Wind Down Bonfire with special treats following dinner
  1. Reserve Your Seat

Autumn Food Festival & Vendor Fair

Sunday, October 10 | 11:00am-3:00pm

$25 per person

  • Outdoor festival on our Harbor Lawn featuring local restaurants and vendors from the Walworth County/Northern Illinois areas.
  • Samples from food vendors included in admission
  1. Buy Your Ticket
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Be A Vendor

Area vendors are welcome to participate in our Fall Food Festival. Please visit our partner, Geneva Lake West Chamber of Commerce, for more information.

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Health & Safety

The health and safety of our guests is our highest priority while still providing a fun and memorable experience. Please note, masks or face coverings are required in all indoor public areas, and event capacities for indoor public spaces have been reduced. Social spacing and frequent handwashing are encouraged, and public areas are cleaned and sanitized frequently. For the safety of others, please stay home if you are sick. 

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