Wednesday, October 3, 2018

Have a Taste of the East Village this Saturday



The third annual Taste of the East Village is this Saturday from noon to 5 p.m. on Seventh Street between Second Avenue and Cooper Square.

Here are details via the Cooper Square Committee:

The Taste of the East Village brings together around 20 of the East Village’s favorite chefs and restaurants to benefit the Cooper Square Committee’s housing programs, and to promote the GoFundMe campaign of EVIMA’s President, Jimmy Carbone, a co-founder of the festival. Local chef at Huertas at 107 1st Ave., Jonah Miller, is chairperson of the festival committee and has selected many of the participating restaurants.

Ticket holders are entitled to four dishes from participating neighborhood restaurants and eateries, including newcomers to the festival like the Eddy, Fry Guys, Ho Foods, Huertas, Maharlika Filipino Moderno, Virginia as well as returning restaurants like Brick Lane Curry, Porsena, Al Horno Mexican Kitchen, Narcbar and Le Petit Parisien. Dessert venues such as Insomnia Cookies, Sweet Generation Bakery, Veneiro’s and Davey’s Ice Cream will also be joining us.

Find more info here. And tickets — $25 now and $30 day of — are at this link.

1 comment:

Tenants Taking-Control said...

This is the third year for the Taste of the East Village. It promises to be another fun celebration of some of the things that make this community such a vibrant, engaging spot on the map.

So pick up a ticket there to sample some of the neighborhood's best food, or just stroll along East 7th Street and see what's up!