Event – Savor Santa Ana July 23rd
The Downtown Santa Ana Culinary District Hosts their 3rd Food Crawl July 23rd, 2015
‘Savor Santa Ana’ Showcases DTSA Culinary District At Savor Santa Ana, Downtown Santa Ana’s new culinary district on Thursday, July 23rd. Savor Santa Ana lets you sample dozens of Downtown Santa Ana’s hottest restaurants in the walkable DTSA restaurant district.
List of participating Restaurants
- Best Gumbo In The Hood
- C4 Deli: Cure for the Common
- Blackmarket Bakery
- Chapter One: the modern local
- ChunknChip Cookies
- The Copper Door
- Electric City Butcher
- Eqeko Peruvian Cuisine
- The Good Beer Company
- Gypsy Den
- Izalco Salvadorian Cuisine
- KTCHN dtsa
- Little Sparrow
- Luna Kutsi
- Lunchbox by Playground
- Ninjas With Appetite
- Paninoteca Maggio Italian Panini- Pasta- Coffee
- Portola Coffee Lab
- Radical Botanicals aka RadBot
- The Robbins Nest Wine Bar
- Taquerias Guadalajar
- Velvet Lounge
I attended the first Savor Santa and and had a really great time strolling between restaurants, trading my tickets for samples of food. The first event had some hiccups, although they now have two events under their belt and I am confident that the events will only be getting better.
Already the organization between restaurants has improved and some standardization of ticket/portions. Tom’s Foodie Blog enjoyed Savor Santa Ana and recomends it.
When: Thursday, July 23rd, 2015 from 5PM to 9:30PM
How and Costs:
- For $10, you get a booklet of 5 taste tickets at participating restaurants
- For $45, VIP pass allows you to access the VIP lane for faster serving, two beer/wine/liquor drinks on the our patio lounge and 10 tasting tickets
Where do you pick up your tickets?
Start at the Ticket & Info Booth on at the DTSA Farmers’ Market (located on Spurgeon between 3rd and 4th Streets) or secondary ticket booth at the Artists’ Village Promenade (in front of 125 N. Broadway).Ticket booth open at 5pm
Advance tickets available online at DowntownSantaAna.com for will call pickup at the Ticket Booths.
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