Taste Trenton

A 'small plate' restaurant crawl of Trenton Restaurants

What/When

 

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Did you know that Trenton was recently named among the

nation’s “Top Ten Foodie Cities”?

The Trenton Council of Civic Associations (TCCA) wants more people to learn why Trenton’s deserves this honor through:

Taste Trenton 2017

Friday, April 21 through Sunday, April 23, 2017

How it Works:

Guests obtain wristbands ($7 in advance through www.TasteTrenton.com or at Greater Trenton at 102 Barracks Street; or $10 “day of event” at the Taste Trenton Welcome Tables on South Warren Street or at Columbus Park on Hamilton Avenue making them eligible for participating restaurant’s specialties at Taste Trenton 2017 special prices. Wrist bands are valid all three days of the event.

When visitors visit the Taste Trenton Welcome Tables, they get a booklet containing a list of participating restaurants, menus, and a guide map. They can also use our mobile-friendly website that will feature specialized menus. After the event, the website will remain, with menus posted to help further promote restaurant’s business.

Daily Schedule:

  • Friday, April 21 from Noon to 8pm
  • Saturday, April 22 from 11am to 8pm
  • Sunday, April 23 from Noon to 8 pm

By extending the schedule to three days, we hope to give visitors ample time to explore many of the more than 25 participating restaurants.

Taste Trenton Welcome Tables:

  • ArtWorks on Everett Alley between Market and Front Street (across from NJ DMV)
  • Columbus Park at Hamilton and Division Street (Saturday only)

Specialized Menus at Participating Restaurants:

Each participating restaurant will be serving a special menu of appetizer-sized specialty plates for $3-$5 each. We have encouraged restaurant owners to limit the size of each dish so that visitors have an opportunity to sample the exceptional cuisines of as many participating restaurants as possible.

Revenues and Expenses:

Each participating restaurant paid a nominal registration fee. Those fees and proceeds from wristband sales are used to offset the costs of running Taste Trenton 2017 including publicity, posters, postage, etc. The Trenton Council of Civic Association donates all net proceeds from wristband sales to a local charity addressing hunger needs of Trenton residents.

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