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Taste of New Haven in Goatville!

Time: August 24, 2013 from 10am to 2:30pm
Location: Tour begins at Chestnut Fine Foods
Street: 1012 State Street
City/Town: New Haven
Phone: 203-562-5919
Event Type: fundraiser
Organized By: NHPT
Latest Activity: Aug 22, 2013

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Join NHPT and our friends at Taste of New Haven for a fun and exciting culinary walking tour of New Haven’s historic Goatville neighborhood!

The morning begins with mulled cider and a baking demonstration and tasting at Chestnut Fine Foods, then continues to Marjolaine for a taste of French-style pastries. Moving across the street to the famous Modern Apizza, tour participants will try one of New Haven’s best pies and locally made soda, before going on to Christopher Martins for a sandwich, salad and a beer tasting. The tour ventures into the residential neighborhood to walk and absorb the architecture and history. Things get spicy at Mezcal for a taste of regional Mexican food and margaritas. After a quick gallop to view East Rock and the Mill River, the tour finishes at Cav a Vin, the city’s only wine bar for a wine tasting.

Tickets: $75 (non-refundable), with a portion of the ticket price benefiting the Trust. Tickets must be purchased by Wednesday, August 7.

Food and drink tastes are included in the ticket price; additional items may be purchased on a separate tab. Please provide your own bottled water and dress appropriately for the weather (tour will continue rain or shine!). Please disclose dietary restrictions in advance.

For additional information, or to purchase tickets, please contact the Trust at info@nhpt.org or 203-562-5919.

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