Check out 2016’s FANTASTIC selection of participating restaurants!
One ticket offers you samples of tasty bites from over 50 North Park restaurants. This family-friendly event is a casual way to enjoy a flavorful Saturday afternoon. Walk at your own pace as you take in the vibrancy of this unique urban neighborhood. Each restaurant is ready to serve you a taste from their acclaimed menu.
Al Reef Mediterranean – NEW!
Amorcito Corazon– NEW!
California’s Table – NEW!
California Tap Room – NEW!
Carnitas’ Snack Shack – NEW!
Dunedin – NEW!
El Comal – NEW!
Encontro – NEW!
Fatboys Deli & Spirits – NEW!
Florencia’s Ristorante – NEW!
One Door North – NEW!
Pete’s Seafood & Sandwich – NEW!
Torque – NEW!
2016’s GREAT selection of participating breweries
(More to come in 2017!)
Your ticket offers you a chance to walk along the streets of North Park where you will find local breweries set up inside some of our most popular boutiques and galleries. Sample from the following:
THANK YOU to 2016’s beer sampling locations!
Browse through some of North Park’s favorite businesses as you sample beer from various local breweries. Available to attendees 21 and over.
This is a self-guided walking tour, start and end wherever you like. Pick up your Taste of North Park ticket at one of our two ticket distribution locations: Upas St and 30th, or Ohio St and University Ave. Participants must have tickets in hand in order to sample and sip. Ticket locations open at 10am on October 15.
Taste of North Park is conveniently located in the heart of North Park’s historic, eclectic, charming commercial district. Centered around the intersection of 30th Street and University Avenue, the event can be accessed from both the 805 Freeway (University Avenue/North Park Way Exit), the 163 Freeway (Exit University Ave, and head east about 3 miles), or by surface streets. Just north of Balboa Park, our location makes for an ideal weekend adventure, full of art, culture, shopping, and culinary treats. Parking is available in the North Park Parking Garage at 29th St and North Park Way, or on public streets throughout the district.