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Taste of Bethesda
Price: Tickets will be sold on-site to “taste” different foods; tickets are $5 for four tickets and a serving costs one to four tickets
Event Phone Number: 301/215-6660
Taste of Bethesda returns on Saturday, October 11, 2014 from 11am-4pm and will bring more than 50 restaurants and five stages of entertainment to Bethesda’s Woodmont Triangle. Produced by the Bethesda Urban Partnership, downtown Bethesda’s famous food and music festival celebrates 25 years of diverse and delectable cuisine offered by Bethesda’s local restaurant community.
Taste of Bethesda is located on Norfolk, St. Elmo, Cordell, Del Ray and Auburn Avenues in the heart of Bethesda’s Woodmont Triangle. Five stages showcase musical and cultural performances, and a children’s area featuring art and craft activities, balloons and face painting will provide additional entertainment for young visitors. More than 45,000 attendees enjoy Taste of Bethesda each year.
As downtown Bethesda continues to grow, several new restaurants will be debuting at Taste of Bethesda this year: 4935 Bar & Kitchen, Bethesda Curry Kitchen, Fresh Baguette, Heckman’s Delicatessen, PizzaPass, ShopHouse Southeast Asian Kitchen and Tyber Bierhaus. Returning favorites such as Jaleo, Olazzo, Georgetown Cupcake, Louisiana Kitchen & Bayou Bar, Mussel Bar, Ruth’s Chris and many more will also be in attendance this year.
The sounds of The Billy Coulter Band, Chopteeth Afro Funk, The Christian Lopez Band, Hard Swimmin’ Fish, Joseph Keith, Levi Stephens, The Patrick Alban Band and Vintage #18 will fill Woodmont Triangle during Taste of Bethesda. The cultural stage will feature Carpathia Folk Dance Ensemble, Furia Flamenca, Soul in Motion, Teelin Irish Dance Company and Tepua Hio Hio.
Admission to Taste of Bethesda is free. Tickets will be sold on-site to “taste” different foods; tickets are $5 for four tickets and a serving costs one to four tickets. The event is located three blocks from the Bethesda Metro station. Free parking is also available in downtown Bethesda’s public garages. The free Bethesda Circulator will transport visitors to and from the Bethesda Metro station and public garages.