A little-known part of Phoenix, Arizona, known for its annual summertime celebrations of dim sum, is about to be reborn with a new garden, and a new dim sum restaurant.
Phoenix Botanical Gardens, the city’s largest and oldest, will be hosting its ninth annual dim sum festival Sept. 12-15.
The annual event, which has been held every year since 1986, draws more than 600,000 people to the city.
It is estimated that more than 50,000 guests attended the event last year, including the city council.
This year’s event will feature more than 100 vendors selling dim sum dishes.
Phoenix is known for the dim sum food that it offers to its residents.
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, more than 1.2 million people call the city home.
For more information on the 2018 event, go to phoenix.gov.
For the 2019 festival, there will be no food, but the dimsum will be more in line with the other traditional Chinese restaurants.
The dim sum is served with an ice-cold broth that comes with a plate of dimsum noodles, green vegetables and other items, along with a salad and steamed rice.
Phoenix’s dim sum restaurants include the Shanghai-based Dim Sum King, which opened in March 2018, and the Phoenix restaurant The Dream, which also opened in 2017.
Dairy products are also offered at the event.
In addition to the soup dumplings, there is also a dim sum plate of beef, pork, chicken, shrimp and shrimp salad, and egg noodles.
The event will include food trucks from all over the city, including those from the nearby South County Farmers Market.
There will also be food trucks selling chicken and vegetable dishes.
The 2019 festival is open to the public, but parking is limited.
The city is asking for people to bring a car to the event or bring one of their own.
The festival is free, and is open until Sept. 15.