Taste of Adams Avenue 2015 - Event Info
At the end of June, another fun Taste of event will take place along Adams Avenue. We definitely haven't explored this neighborhood enough (Soda & Swine was our most recent) but we've been itching to try The Rabbit Hole, return to Senor Mangos Juice House, and check out a few other restaurants in the area. A ticket to an event like this will allow us to do that with ease!
Official Event Info:
The 15th annual Taste of Adams Avenue will take place Sunday, June 28, 11:00 am to 3:00 pm, along Adams Avenue, from University Heights through Normal Heights to Kensington. This year’s taste will showcase 30 Adams Avenue restaurants, coffee houses, and exceptional eateries in one of San Diego’s historical and superb communities.
The 2015 Taste of Adams Avenue participants* include Backyard Café, Blind Lady Ale House, Burnside, Café 21, Café Cabaret, Chi Extraordinary Kitchen, Chris’ Ono Grinds Island Grill, Circa, Clem’s Tap House (21 & up only), Daofu, DiMille’s Italian Restaurant, El Zarape Mexican Restaurant & Tequileria, Hanna’s Gourmet, The Haven Pizzeria, Incredible Cheesecake Company, Jyoti Bihanga, Kensington Café, Lestat’s Coffee House, Liquid Eden, Moosie’s Ice Cream, Ponce’s Mexican Restaurant, Sabuku Sushi, Senor Mangos Juice House, Soda & Swine, Subway Sandwiches, Tam’s Thailand Food, The Rabbit Hole, Twiggs on Adams, Vida’s Juice House, Village Vino, and Viva Pops. Each of these participants will create a taste of their house specialties.
Taste of Adams Avenue tickets are $35 in advance, and $40 day of the event. Advance tickets may be purchased online at www.tasteofadams.com
Food fans can access their favorite restaurants by foot, bike, or by complimentary trolley service available along Adams Avenue during the event. In addition to this culinary venture, attendees can also visit 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