Beverly Hills Farmers' Market
5th Annual PickleFest
Sunday, August 6th
9 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Pickle fanatics and pickling amateurs chow down and compete at the annual Beverly Hills Farmers' Market PickleFest. Sponsored by legendary Beverly Hills delicatessen Nate‘n Al, PickleFest features family-friendly fun, entertainment and a sour-puckering contest for the “Best Dill Pickle” in Beverly Hills. There's also a category called “I Can Pickle That!” where entrants can compete with any pickled fruit or vegetable grown in California. Sign up here today.
Congratulations to the 2017 PickleFest winners:
“I Can Pickle That!”
Elise Knebel- 1st place; Adam Wetsman- 2nd place; and Michelle Wasserman - 3rd place
"Best Dill Pickle in Beverly Hills”
Ron Sasiela- 1st place; Darrell Fluman - 2nd place; Adam Wetsman - 3rd place
Special thanks to all of the contests, judges and Nate‘n Al for making the
2017 Beverly Hills PickleFest a great success!
Congratulations to the 2016 PickleFest winners:
On Sunday, August 7, 2016 the Beverly Hills Farmers’ Market celebrated its 22nd anniversary with the PickleFest contest and celebration.
“I Can Pickle That!” - Bouquet Veprin- 1st place; Adam Wetsman- 2nd place; and Jerry Madison- 3rd place
"Best Dill Pickle in Beverly Hills” - Mike Fox- 1st place; Adam Wetsman- 2nd place; Ron Sasiela- 3rd place
Special thanks to all of the contests, judges and Nate‘n Al for making the 2016 Beverly Hills PickleFest a great success!
BH Farmers Market Commemorative PickleFest Cook Book
News, Releases and Videos:
Release: Picklefest Winners Announced (2015)
Release: Sweet, Sour, and Sassy Picklers Return to 90210 for PickleFest (July 2014)
Video: Beverly Hills This Week: 2014 Pickle Fest
On Sunday, August 2, 2015 the Beverly Hills Farmers Market celebrates it's 21st anniversary with the 3rd annual PickleFest contest and celebration sponsored by legendary delicatessen Nate 'n Al. The free event features entertainment, family-friendly fun, crafts and contest for "Best Dill Pickle". Additionally there is a category called "I Can Pickle That!" where entrants can compete with any pickled fruit or vegetable grown in California.