Things to Do: Memorial Day Foodie Celebrations

Where to get your eat-on this weekend.

Courtesy of Trummer's on Main

 By Ariel Yong

Still need plans for the long Memorial Day weekend? Here’s where to eat pig, drink wine and indulge on strawberry rhubarb pie.

Trummer’s on Main
Celebrate with a pig roast on Sunday, May 25. For $48 per person, feast on suckling pig, cured meats, chicken liver mousse and peach panzenella. / Trummer’s on Main, 7134 Main St, Clifton

Paradise Springs Winery
A BBQ sandwich with potato salad and cole slaw is $12.99 (plus tax) and live entertainment includes The J&A Duo, Adam Bruno and the Club Malbec Jazz Band. The party starts Friday and ends Monday. Not in the mood for music? Watch Field of Dreams on the lawn at 8 p.m. Saturday night. / Paradise Springs Winery, 13219 Yates Ford Road, Clifton

ViVa! Vienna!
This family oriented Memorial Day celebration runs Saturday through Monday and will feature over 300 vendors with 100 percent of the proceeds going to charitable, community and humanitarian organizations. / ViVa! Vienna!, Downtown Vienna

Three Fox Vineyards
On your mark. Get set. Go! The 3rd Annual Rubber Duck Race will take place on Saturday and Sunday, and the competition starts at 2 p.m. The winery is open from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. and hot dogs are only $2 with the purchase of a glass of wine. Test your skills at bocce ball, horseshoe or cornhole.  / Three Fox Vineyards, 10100 Three Fox Lane, Delaplane

Salamander Resort & Spa
Don’t feel like cooking this holiday? Enjoy Salamander’s prix fixe Memorial Day menu, which includes baby back ribs, vegan black bean burgers and strawberry rhubarb pie. / Salamander Resort & Spa, 500 North Pendleton Street, Middleburg