SAN DIEGO - Home to culinary innovation and cutting-edge brew-masters, North Park is a go-to San Diego destination for everything food and drink.
On Saturday, Oct. 13, from 11 a.m. -3 p.m., the Taste of North Park invites culinary enthusiasts to enjoy over 50 food tastes from San Diego's best restaurants.
For those looking to enjoy some hops while they walk, you can sip on the region’s best craft beer --15 craft brewers convene in North Park for the day to offer 4 ounce samples of their best releases.
This year will also feature a selection of distinctively created non-alcoholic beverages.
From piping hot URBN Pizza to top Latin Cuisine from Tamarindo and brews from Eppig Brewing and North Park Beer Co., Taste of North Park is sure to awaken all senses.
Tastes from Carnitas Snack Shack, Dunedin’s New Zealand inspired food, and the new Shank & Bone offer you flavors from around the world without having to leave the hip and urban feel of North Park.
Don’t forget to save room for dessert! Top the day off with a sweet treat from Nomad’s Donuts or ice cream from Hammonds Gourmet Ice Cream.
There’s no better way to spend a Saturday than supporting local businesses while enjoying the best of food and beer!
Included in the price of your ticket are street musicians and artists to enjoy as you casually stroll along the vibrant and colorful neighborhood and sample and sip along the way.
Foodies and connoisseurs of the craft can get their tickets to this delicious event by visiting explorenorthpark.com/events/taste-north-park.
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