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Tasting in Holliston on a Beautiful Spring Afternoon.

by Paul Saulnier
April 28, 2017

Whether you chose to eat on one of the two verandas of the Asa Whiting House

or in the parlor,

on a granite bench in the flower garden,

on the lawn between the barn and the house,

or in the barn to be closest to the variety of selections offered by the vendors, you did not go away hungry.

Silverwood Organic Farm teamed up with Superette.

Who can resist something italian from Oliva's Market?

New this year was Kravings Grille & Ice Cream of Millis, still in their first year in business.

Roche Brothers had some tasty treats and I found out that they have a very successful catering business.

Crafted has supported many events since opening in the Wilder Building. I stopped by several times.

J & R Catering of Medway had proof of their success, displaying their many awards for their outstanding catering.

Gaetano's Bakery is also new to Holliston, having moved to East Holliston.

T.C. Scoops comes to many events in Holliston and is always a big hit.

Hollistonians visit Restraurant 45 often so they were happy to return the favor.

This was the first Taste of Holliston for Yama Fuji and they spared no expenses with their offerings.

Los Cabos Mexican Grill & Cantina, located where Nellos used to be in Ashland, delighted guests in the house with their south of the border delights.

Bertucci's is THE BIGGEST SUPPORTER  of fund raisers in Holliston. Thank you.

Holliston Wine and Spirits always had guests waiting in line for obvious reasons.

The calories on the Muffin House Cafe table were diet-busters.

The Curry house toned down their Indian offerrings for your typical Holliston palate.

The Holliston Historical Society is greatful to the vendors and the guests for their support.

 

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