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Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Nearly 50 local eateries dish it out at Taste of Winter Park

Posted By on Wed, Apr 17, 2013 at 11:00 AM

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Wednesday, April 17 – Taste of Winter Park

5-8 p.m.

Winter Park Farmers Market

200 W. New England Ave., Winter Park

407-644-8281

winterpark.org

$40-$45

Why choose only one meal from only one of the many lauded Winter Park restaurants, when you can nibble your way through bite-sized samples from a multitude of them? At the Taste of Winter Park, that’s the point: Now in its 27th year, nearly 50 local eateries converge on the Winter Park Farmers Market to dish out their specialties at an all-out nosh fest. While it might be hard to pick and choose from the credible lineup of restaurants, we do admit our tummies are growling for a few personal faves: burgers from B&B Junction, Southern pub grub from Cask & Larder, Mi Tomatina’s Spanish tapas, Italian fare from Prato and the Cajun flavors of Tibby’s New Orleans Kitchen, to name a few. We also look forward to tasting the winning recipe (a veggie side, starter or salad) from Edible Orlando and Eat More Produce’s original recipe contest, while Johnny Mag Sax is sure to entertain with live music throughout the evening. If we know anything about these kinds of food events (and we’re mainly chiding ourselves), it’s easy to get full quickly, so pace yourself, my friend. – Aimee Vitek

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