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Don't Just Explore Your Neighborhood...Taste It.

Events like Taste Addison are a treat to the community because not only are you getting a chance to have fun and feasts on some top quality eats from around the area, but you’re also playing an active role in keeping the community thriving. So I really implore you all to go this upcoming weekend.

If you do, you’re in for the following delicacies, among others:


You know that one scene in the movie Black Panther where they dive into the forest and an entire hidden and
the advanced city of Wakanda is revealed to the audience? That was like finding the delicious Thai chicken curry
under all these yummy vegetable and noodle garnishes. From: Thai Orchid

The red chile crusted salmon taco with the creamy, crunchy chimayo market elotes is a match made in heaven
whose magic was able to experience as an Earth dweller. From: Blue Mesa Grill

Look at that texture! From: Blue Mesa Grill

Keeping to the taco theme, these chicken and beef street tacos really know how to pose.

 If brisket is more your thing, I would try the brisket tacos from Ron's Place


Good old BBQ is always a winner. This here is the brisket slider with a piece of their scrumptious sausage.
From: Dickey's

 The spread from Dickey's in all it's glory

The beautiful specimen of sausage from Dickey's with their must-try iced tea peeking out from the background.

This bite of meatballs al forno from Public School 972 could be the most perfect bite ever bitten.


 The Greek food spread at the Table 13 table was a sight to see.


I'm a bak-lover, not a fighter

Absolutely do not miss out on these bacon-wrapped dates stuffed with bleu cheese from Table 13.

 My personal favorite bite was the "Dope Toast" from Zoli's NY Pizza

Me, trying to make the bite last.

The brownie bites from Mad Batter Baker were insanely good and very quick in disappearing.

 With libations a plenty...
and bites innumerable there's no way you could go wrong!

And what you see here isn't even all of it! Taste Addison will be featuring several other Addison restaurants in addition to the ones featured above on May 18-20th at Addison Circle Park. The event will have various family-friendly activities (many included with admission). Guests are encouraged to attend cooking demos, enjoy the carnival and games, indulge in sips from the Craft Beer Hall and Wine Garden, and of course, catch live entertainment from some of the hottest country artists like Casey Donahew (view the full line-up here). The good folks at Visit Addison and their sponsors (Budweiser, Albertsons Tom Thumb, 107.5 Fierro-HD2, Ava Grace Vineyards, 99.5 The Wolf, New Country 96.3 KSCS, Coca-Cola, Dallas Morning News and Guide Live) have quite the weekend plan, so be sure to come out with your friends and family to have fun and show your support of the community! Hours, ticket information, and more can be found at http://tasteaddisontexas.com.

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