Discounted Tickets Available Online
The Ballston Partnership is pleased to announce that Taste of Arlington 2010 will take place on Sunday, May 16th from noon to 5 p.m. What has become a beloved spring Arlington tradition will be back this year and bigger than ever. In addition to a wide array of Arlington’s favorite eateries, the Taste will also feature a juried arts and crafts show, children’s activities and live entertainment. Visitors can also taste wines from local Tarara Vineyards, listen to the smooth sounds of Marcus Johnson and teach their families about food safety inside the new interactive FDA Food Safety Zone.
The Ballston Partnership has teamed up with the Clarendon Alliance, Columbia Pike Revitalization Organization, Rosslyn Renaissance, and the Crystal City BID to present the Taste of Arlington, a celebration of their collective communities and the largest single day event in Arlington. Proceeds from Taste of Arlington will benefit the Virginia Hospital Center and Arlington Community Foundation.
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Highlights of the 2010 Taste of Arlington
Participating Restaurants: 3 Bar and Grill Argia's Italian Best Buns Bread Co. Busboys and Poets Carlyle Caribbean Breeze Chevy’s Fresh Mex Cityhouse at Hyatt Arlington Culinaire Dan and Brad’s Domaso Trattoria First Down Sports Bar & Grill Front Page Grand Cru Jaleo Crystal City & Wine Shop La Tasca Liberty Tavern Lyon Hall Melting Pot Moorenko’s Northside Social PF Chang’s Pinzimini Rock Bottom Rustico Restaurant Sangam Restaurant Ted’s Montana Grill Thirsty Bernie Toby’s Homemade Ice Cream Union Jack’s British Pub Velocity Five Willow
The U.S. Army Band Downrange
Levine School of Music’s Virginia Big Band
The Children's Spanish Chorus or El Coro Infantil en Espanol
Bowen McCauley Dance’s Kenmore Junior Company
Also stilt-walkers, jugglers and much much more!
Wines from Tarara Vineyards
FDA Interactive Food Safety Discovery Zone
The 23rd Annual Taste of Arlington - a lively street festival that celebrates community by bringing together over 40 restaurants, local talent, arts and crafts, children’s activities and an average of 12,000 people from the greater Washington, DC area.
Wilson Boulevard in front of Ballston Common Mall. Parking is available all day for $1 at the Ballston Public Parking Garage adjacent to the Ballston Common Mall Metro Ballston-MU station (Orange line). Bike Valet Service provided by Washington Area Bicyclist Association
Sunday, May 16th, noon to - 5 p.m.
The event is free and open to the public, but tickets are required to taste.
Advance Online Tickets: eight Tastes for $20 Day of Event Tickets: eight Tastes for $25
One food sample costs one Taste Beer and wine cost two Tastes
Tickets are on sale now at: http://www.tasteofarlington.