Taste Test

. June 2, 2014.

Ready your taste buds and grab your loose change because June is kicking off with the annual Taste of Ann Arbor culinary community event. All are welcome to nosh on some eats from over 40 local restaurants.

Admission to the event The event is free, but tickets for the tastings go for 50 cents, and dishes range in price from one to six tickets.

Last year’s Taste of Ann Arbor winners (yes, this is a contest) included downtown favorites Black Pearl (Best Entree), Lena (Best Appetizer) and Vellum (Best Desert).

Sunday, June 1. 11am-5pm.
605 S. Main St. 734-668-7112.
mainstreetannarbor.org

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