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Sixth Annual Taste of Holliston

by Patricia Pereira
March 28, 2013

Sunday, April 7, 2013 1-4 pm

Twenty-one Holliston-area establishments -- caterers, restaurants and wine purveyors -- will offer tastings from their menus in the Holliston Historical Society Asa Whiting House and barn.

Sixth Annual “A Taste of Holliston”
Sunday, April 7, 2013 1-4 pm

21 Holliston-area establishments – restaurants caterers, local farms, bakeries and wine and beer purveyors -- will offer tastings from their menus in the Holliston Historical Society Asa Whiting House and barn.
Participating establishments will offer attendees tastings of a variety of foods and beverages including but not limited to: specialty cheeses, chicken and shrimp jambalaya, wine and beer, chicken picata, grilled meats, hydroponic produce, vegetarian Indian, turkey soup, appetizers, pastries and breads, and gourmet chocolates….the list goes on!  

The participants include: 45 Restaurant, Arcadian Farms, Bertucci’s Candy Cottage, Depot Package Store, Dolce Tempo Ice Cream & Café, Dosa Temple, Dunkin Donuts, Holliston Grill, Holliston Superette, J & L Catering & Café, Jing’s Garden ,Mangia, Pizza, Montgomery Bakery, Nello’s Cafe`, Outpost Farm, Pejamajo Cafe`, Sherborn Inn, The Sherborn Out, Twist Bakery & Cafe` and Water Fresh Farm. This year’s special Sponsor is Miss Mendon Diner.

Tickets are $15 with advance purchase; no charge for children under age 5. Download a ticket application form at www.hollistonhistoricalsociety.org which must be postmarked by April 1, 2013. If you miss the mail- in deadline, tickets may be purchased in Holliston at Coffee Haven, Depot Package Store, Fiske’s or Holliston Superette. A limited number of tickets might be available at the door for $20.

 

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The extended forecast looks gorgeous! Come on down and enjoy food, friends, and a nice spring day -- help out the Historical Society too!

- Karen Fung | 3/30/13 4:58 PM

You can also go to: Www.hollistonhistoricalsociety.org And order tickets electronically Use PayPal, which includes handling fees as shown. The Deadline for PayPal purchases is SATURDAY APRIL 6th at 9 PM. Bring your confirmation slip to the ticket booth to redeem for an actual ticket. Hope to see you all there!

- Pat Duffey | 3/30/13 4:49 AM

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