Friday, October 8, 2010

Taste of Georgetown this Saturday!

Entry into the Taste of Georgetown does not require a ticket, but tasting the delicate entrees by Washington, DC’s best does!

One tasting ticket is good for one tasting. Purchase tickets
  • $5: One Tasting Ticket
  • $20: Five Tasting Tickets

You may purchase tickets at the event the day-of on the Eagle Bank parking lot. In-person ticket sales begin at 11:00 a.m. and end at 3:30 p.m.

These Georgetown restaurants serve up delicious flare with amazing spice and personality. Get a taste (or five) of your favorite.

o 1789

o Baked & Wired
o Bangkok Joe's
o Bodega Spanish Tapas & Lounge
o Café Bonaparte
o Chadwick's
o Clyde's
o Crepe Amour/Georgetown Wing Co.
o Daily Grill
o Dean & Deluca
o Fahrenheit Restaurant
o Farmers & Fishers
o Filomena Ristorante
o Georgetown Cupcake
o Hook
o J Paul's
o Mie N Yu
o Morso
o Morton's the Steakhouse
o Neyla
o Nick's Riverside Grille
o Old Glory BBQ
o Paolo's
o Patisserie Poupon
o Ristorante Piccolo
o Rugby Café
o Tacklebox
o Third Edition
o Thunder Burger & Bar
o Tony & Joe's Seafood Place

Pair up tasteful cuisine with wine, spirits, and ale tastings at the Tasting Pavilion located on the lawn of Grace Church. Savor the red, whites, dark oranges, and pale ales located at the Taste of Georgetown. $10 for four tasting tickets, and may be purchased at the event. Must be 21 or older.

o DGB's South Africa Wines
o Cleveland Park Liquor & Wines
o St. Germain
o Cointreau Noir

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