Only one week left until the 2010 Taste of Montgomery County! We’re putting on the finishing touches to make sure everything goes smoothly, and it will almost certianly be the best Taste yet. In addition to the great music line-up of Not Too Bad Bluegrass Band, Green Room Rockers, and Midnight Special, the food also promises to deliver something for everyone.
Some returning favorites include The Juniper Spoon, Joey’s Main Street Cafe, The Iron Gate, China Inn, The Big Dipper, A Country A-Fair, Bon Apetit, Two Guys Cooking, Miller’s Quality Meats and Catering, Arthur’s Cafe, Norvell’s BBQ & Catering, Moody Meats, Applebee’s and Buffalo Wild Wings. Menu items include midwestern favorites such as barbecue sandwiches and ice cream, and also branch into more exotic territory with Mediterranean orzo salad, low country boil, and sushi.
Newcomers to this year’s Taste include Hawg Wild BBQ, Athens Nutrition and Smoothies, Ross Mobile Foods and Catering, Chapel Books, Patch of Blue Denim Cafe, and Las Cazuelas Mexican Restaurant. Sun King Brewing Company will debut with three different kinds of their freshly-made beer. Iced coffee, smoothies, roasted pork, and authentic enchiladas round out the menu options.
Is your mouth watering yet? Advance tickets are still available at the General Lew Wallace Study & Museum, Milligan’s Flowers and Gifts, Kwik Kopy, the Montgomery County Visitors Bureau, and Homestead Gifts for $1 cheaper than gate prices – that’s $4 for adults and $2 for students!
Have a great time supporting the Museum at the Taste on August 28!