Taste of Red Hook food festival returns for 7th year

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RED HOOK - The 7th annual Taste of Red Hook returned to Brooklyn Tuesday in an effort to raise funds for the local community.

The food festival, sponsored by the nonprofit Red Hook Initiative, featured local eateries such as Steve’s Authentic Key Lime Pies, The Good Fork and many others.

All funds raised from the festival will benefit the Red Hook Initiative's programs, which include education and youth development. 

The event was held at Pioneer Works, Center for Arts & Innovation at 159 Pioneer St.

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