Dallas, Texas (WiredPRNews.com) — For wine lovers like this Special Interest Reporter, any event that showcases various food and drink vendorsis sublime! During Fiesta 2008 in San Antonio, an annual event which takes place every April to honor the memory of the heroes of the Alamo and the Battle of San Jacinto and to celebrate San Antonio’s rich and diverse cultures, a set of 50 booths will be set up for the Taste of the Northside.
Along with a diverse variety of authentic foods and entertainment, the Taste of the Northside will be open to Fiesta-goers to raise money for a good cause and to sample food and drink from over 50 food vendors in San Antonio. “A Taste of the Northside raises money for babies and toddlers with disabilities and will feature more than 50 booths that will offer samples of many food and drink items from several restaurants on the North Side and throughout San Antonio.”
Doing their part to make a difference, Taste of the Northside in San Antonio (much like Taste of Addison in North Texas) has raised a great deal of money for the cause. In fact, it raised $214,000 last year, and hopes to raise $250,000 during this year’s Fiesta San Antonio.
Taste of the Northside spokesperson Kim Jefferies explained, “They can come here and still be apart of Fiesta. It’s also one price gets you everything. So, you pay your 40 bucks or 45 at the door, and it gets you all your food and drinks for the entire evening.”
Special Interest Reporter