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Taste Tuesdays: Free Preview of Taste Addison

T. Blanco's will be one of the featured Addison restaurants at Taste Addison

Are you so excited for Taste Addison 2017 that you simply can't wait that long? Well, I have good news for you: You don't have to wait! Taste Addison is hosting free preview Taste Tuesdays leading up to the festival's main event on May 19-21.

You're all invited to experience a little peek into this year's festival during these Taste Tuesdays events, during which several Taste Addison restaurants will hand out bites from their festival menu. Additionally, guests have a chance to win Taste Addison admission tickets and other goodies. The Taste Tuesday events are free, open to the public, and do not require a ticket to attend.

Taste Tuesday Schedule

On Tuesday, April 25, from 12pm-1pm, join a few of Taste Addison's participating restaurants at Addison Circle One. At this preview event, you can sample items from Mad Batter Baker, May Dragon, Skinny Pizza, and Table 13.

On Tuesday, May 2, also from 12pm-1pm, join Cantina Laredo, i Fratelli, Little Greek, and The Melting Pot at Millennium Tower for yet another free preview event. 

On Tuesday, May 9, 12pm-1pm, Taste Tuesday will take place at Addison Circle Park, and will feature bites from Blue Mesa Grill, Dickey's Barbecue, i Fratelli, India Haat, and newly opened Public School 972

The Main Event - May 19-21, 2017

Taste Addison serves up a three day menu of fun, food, and live music. Join Addison's favorite eateries in the festival at Addison Circle Park. Addison is famous for its 180 restaurants in 4.4 miles and nationally recognized special events. On Friday, May 19, watch Dallas' Vanilla Ice take the stage. Country artist Gary Allan will headline Taste Addison on Saturday night (opening act Granger Smith), May 20. Sunday, May 21 will wrap up the weekend festivities with classic hits from tribute bands. Be sure to check out the full list of participating restaurants.

Get ready to taste the food, taste the ambience, taste the destination... Taste Addison.

Visit www.TasteAddisonTexas.com to learn more and for ticket information. 




       
Festival dates: May 19 – 21, 2017

Hours:

Friday: 6 p.m. – Midnight

Saturday: Noon – Midnight

Sunday: Noon – 6 p.m.


Location: Addison Circle Park, 4970 Addison Circle Drive, Addison, Texas 75001

Tickets: 

Advance tickets (February 1 – May 14): $15/person (ages 12 and up) – Online Only

General Admission (After May 15): $20/person (ages 12 and up) – Online and at the Gate

Children under 12 are FREE every day – no admission required.

Sunday, May 21 is a FREE DAY for all ages.

Weekend Pass: $30 (This includes 3 days of admission and $10 in Tasty Bucks. $40 value. Ages 12 and up; limited quantities available) – Online Only


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