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Taste of Adams Avenue

Coming up Sunday, June 30



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Taste of Adams Avenue

The 13th annual Taste of Adams Avenue will take place Sunday, June 30, 11:00 am to 3:00 pm, along Adams Avenue from Normal Heights to Kensington. This month’s gastro tour of Adams Avenue features more than 30 restaurants, coffee houses, pubs, wine bars, and unique eateries in one of San Diego’s hottest and historic neighborhoods.

The 2013 Taste of Adams Avenue participants* include Antique Row Café, Blind Lady Ale House, Broke Girls Coffee Bar, Burger Lounge, Café 21, Clem’s Bottle Service & Tap Room**, DiMille’s Italian Restaurant, El Zarape Mexican Restaurant & Tequileria, Farm House Cafe, Fish Public, Hanna’s Gourmet, The Haven Pizzeria, Heights Tavern, Incredible Cheesecake Company, Jayne’s Gastropub, Jyoti Bihanga, Kensington Café, Lestat’s Coffee House, Mariposa Ice Cream, Ponce’s Mexican Restaurant, Proprietors Reserve Wine Bar**, Rosie O’Grady’s**, Sabuku Sushi, Senor Mangos Juice House, Soda & Swine, Starbuck’s Kensington, Tam’s Thailand Food, Tao Vietnamese & Japanese Cuisine, Twiggs on Adams, Village Vino, and Viva Pops. Each of these participants will create a taste of their house specialties.

Taste of Adams Avenue tickets are $30 in advance, and $35 day of the event. Advance tickets may be purchased online at:  www.tasteofadams.com

Food lovers can access their favorite restaurants by foot, bike, or by complimentary trolley service available along Adams Avenue. In addition to this adventurous tasting tour, attendees can also experience the neighborhoods many distinctive shops along the Adams Avenue business corridor.

For further information, please call the Adams Avenue Business Association at (619) 282-7329.

* Participating restaurants are subject to change

** Restaurants 21 and up only

Taste of Adams Avenue is presented by the Adams Avenue Business Association, a non-profit organization, whose mission is to promote and revitalize the Adams Avenue business corridor and is made up of area businesses and property owners.

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