The 13th Annual Taste of Douglas County will be held on Thursday, August 20, 2015 at the Douglas County Events Center from 5-8PM.
“Thirteen years ago I realized that Douglas County had a fine selection of restaurants and decided to put on an event that would highlight many of those places to area residents,” said Mike Boyle, host of the Restaurant Shows on Newstalk KNUS 710AM radio and Comcast, Channel 8. “The event has grown into the finest in the county.” He went on to say “that this will give people an inexpensive evening out while enjoying wonderful cuisine from many area restaurants and food service establishments. It will give attendees an opportunity to sample many places at one time.”
Restaurants and other establishments will offer selections from appetizers to main courses to desserts. The cost of a ticket is $20 at the door, but only $10 in advance. Kids four years and under are free. The admission ticket includes food from each of these various establishments.
Some of the restaurants participating include Old Stone Church, Pegasus on the Square, Outback Steakhouse, John Holly’s Asian Bistro, Old Chicago, Rockyard American Grill & Brewery, Crave Real Burgers, Fowl Line Sports Grill, Stumpy’s Pizza, and many more. There will be beverages from Lost Coffee, Sugarland Sodas, Tropical Smoothie Café, Keva Juice smoothies, and more.
Dress is casual and plenty of free parking is available.
Event is sponsored by Century Link, First Bank of Douglas County, Medved Autoplex, and IMI Food Solutions.
Additional information is available at www.tasteofdouglascounty.com or by calling Mike Boyle at 303-903-0017.
Article from Lone Tree Magazine