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Taste of Farragut boasts 20+ eateries


It’s going to be all about the food Friday night, Sept. 23, at the third annual Taste of Farragut, to be held near the old Kroger off Kingston Pike.

This year, there are 23 restaurants participating in the Farragut Business Alliance event, which will be held from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m.

“I am thrilled with the number of restaurants participating,” said Robin Purvis of the Business Alliance.

“And we are really excited about all the new restaurants participating, like Restaurant Linderhof, a long-time Knoxville favorite restaurant. Also, some new restaurants in Farragut like Archer’s BBQ, Einstein Bros. Bagels, Gigi’s Cupcakes, Southernly Sweet — specializing in cakes and sugar designs — plus Scoop’d Ice Cream  and Vietnamese Bistro,” she added.

Providing food will be Archer’s BBQ, Aubrey’s Café, Border Tacos, Cookies by Design, Einstein Brothers Bagels, Gigi’s Cupcakes, Hibachi Factory, Jet’s Pizza, Kroger Marketplace, Meksiko Cantina, Newk’s Express Café, Oskie’s Sports Bar & Grill, Restaurant Linderhof, Scoop’d Ice Cream, Seasons Café, Shrimp Dock, Snappy Tomato, Southernly Sweet, VG’s Bakery, Vietnamese Bistro and Webster’s Deli.


“Our first year we had 10 restaurants, last year 18 and this year 23. That is an impressive growth and such a great chance to show the residents of Farragut what great places we have to select from when making our dining choices,” Purvis said.

Admission tickets to Taste of Farragut will be $25 for adults for food and drinks; $20 for adults having food only; $10 for children 12 and under and free for children 6 and under.

Pre-sell tickets are available at 865-675-6397, for a $5 discount off adult tickets until Sept. 22.

The event also will feature wine and ready-to-drink cocktails, as well as live entertainment.

“The purpose of Taste of Farragut is to showcase the wonderful selections of restaurants within the Town of Farragut limits. With an estimated 1,000 attendees, this will be an excellent way for restaurants — both old favorites and new — to give samples of their cuisine,” Purvis said.

For more information, visit www.farragutbusiness.com

 

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