The inaugural Taste of Liberty Station comes to the popular Pt. Loma neighborhood on Wednesday evening with more than 20 eateries participating.
Liberty Station‘s businesses will open their doors from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. for attendees to taste a wide variety of food, listen to live music, and browse artisan goods and local artwork.
“We are looking forward to putting on our first Taste of Liberty Station to give our residents, community and visitors the opportunity to explore everything Liberty Station has to offer all in one evening,” said Marco Li Mandri, executive director of the Liberty Station Community Association.
Live performances will take place in the different plazas of the neighborhood during the evening, with performances by Cedrice, Dano’s Island Sounds, School of Rock, and others.
A $40 “Liberty Pass” will grant attendees access to all food tastings at the event. The pass is $30 if purchased prior to the event.
There’s also a “Bubbly Garden” that will feature three tastings of sparkling wine in the Central Promenade. Tickets for this are $15 prior to the event and $20 at the door.
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