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Tickets for ‘A Taste of Davis’ go on sale Monday

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From page A4 | March 17, 2013 |

Tickets to the fourth annual “A Taste of Davis” go on sale to the general public Monday at Avid Reader Active, 605 Second St. in downtown Davis.

This popular annual event will take place Thursday, April 18, from 6 to 8:30 p.m. at the Odd Fellows Hall, 415 Second St. downtown. Ticket holders will be treated to samples from 28 food, wine and beer vendors, including Paesanos, Seasons, Renaissance Vineyards, Applebee’s, Dos Coyotes, Route 3 Wines, Osteria Fasulo, Seka Hills Wines, Hunan, Berryessa Gap Winery, Caffé Italia, the Davis Farmers Market, the Davis Food Co-op, Sudwerk, Nugget Markets, Zindagi Bistro, Woodstock’s, Z Specialty Foods, California Vintage Olive Oil, Senders Wines, Berryessa Brewery, Ding How, Putah Creek Wines, Sundstrom Hill Winery, Our House Restaurant and Lounge and Maria’s Cantina.

“What a treat for our guests,” said Taste of Davis Committee co-chair Lea Rosenberg. “In one evening, under one roof, on two floors of our Odd Fellows Hall, our guests can sample dozens of treats from some of Davis’ and Yolo County’s finest purveyors of food and drink — all for one price.”

Tickets are $40 per person — reduced from last year’s $50 per person, and are available to the general public in limited supply.

“The Odd Fellows Lodge is proud to be the venue, again, for this very popular community gathering,” said co-chair Dody Black. “We’re going to make this the social event of the season. Plus, our guests can enjoy great food and drink in the ultimate buffet as our vendors provide them samples of their wares.”

Sponsors of the 2013 Taste of Davis include major sponsor Hanlees Toyota-Chevrolet-Nissan of Davis. Other sponsors are The Davis Enterprise, Comstock Mortgage, the Davis Chamber of Commerce, Davis Downtown, Cunningham Engineering, California Vintage Olive Oil, Cache Creek Casino Resorts, Abaton Consulting, Our House Restaurant and Lounge, Yolo County Public Defender Tracie Olson, Law Officers of Poulos and Fullerton, Raquel Silva Attorney-at-Law, JB Dath Law and Dr. Arun Sen.

Sponsors also include Davis Mayor Joe Krovoza, and Davis City Council members Dan Wolk, Rochelle Swanson, Lucas Frerichs and Brett Lee, and Yolo County Supervisors Jim Provenza and Don Saylor.

A significant portion of the proceeds from A Taste of Davis will be donated to the Food Bank of Yolo County.

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