10.06.2008

To Do: Taste Of Georgetown

This Saturday, I'll be faced with the gluttonous task of tasting nearly 60 dishes as I hunker down for my fourth year at the judge's table at the Taste of Georgetown.

The food festival will run from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Dishes from around 30 of the neighborhood's restaurants, including 1789, Agraria, Baked and Wired, Hook, Mendocino Grille and Mie n Yu, will cost $5 apiece. Or buy five tickets for $20. Beer and wine tastings will also be available.

Look for the party on Wisconsin Avenue, between M Street and South Street, and on the lawn of the Grace Episcopal Church at 1041 Wisconsin Ave. NW.

And stop by the judge's table to say hello!

2 comments:

Hall's Kitchen said...

Surprisingly, my favorite "taste" last year was a delicious ravioli from Filomena - made right outside on Wisconsin Ave.! I am not usually a big fan of their restaurant, but this was good! Also, it was hard to beat the whole cupcakes being given out by Baked and Wired!

Have fun!

Amanda said...

I remember that ravioli! And it was really good.