Taste Of Pearl Festival Showcases The Unique Flavors Of Boulder
Boulder is one of the nation’s up-and-comers on the foodie map, and in just a few short weeks, visitors from around the country will converge on the city for the annual Taste of Pearl festival. According to Boulder Downtown, this gathering is one of the most prestigious culinary events in the state. This year, the profiles of 30 Boulder restaurants and Colorado wineries will be featured in some of the city’s best galleries and boutiques. For those interested in attending, check out the following information:
– The Taste of Pearl festival will take place on April 21.
– The event has a maximum capacity of 500 attendees, so buy early!
– Tickets cost $60 per person, which includes entry to all event locations, $5 off a bottle of wine from a participating winery, a keepsake reusable wine glass and bag and a savings card that can be used at participating stores from April 21-28.
– A portion of the event’s proceeds will be given to the Emergency Family Assistant Association of Boulder, which helps provide food, shelter and other necessities to local families in need.
Local restaurants participating in the event include Beehive, Leaf Vegetarian Restaurant, Aju Latin American Restaurant, Mateo, SALT. The Bistro, Q’s Restaurant and Pizzeria Locale. Wineries include Aspen Peak Cellars, Ciatano Winery, Balistreri Vineyards and Redstone Meadery.