Whether your culinary tastes lean toward pizza macaroni ‘n cheese with a local microbrew, or grass-fed pork and beef on artisan bread accompanied by a fine Finger Lakes wine, your dream meal awaits you at the 21st annual Taste of Livingston County.
Adventurous diners will build delicious custom meals from the signature dishes of local restaurants, caterers, bakeries, wineries, creameries, cideries, and breweries when the legendary food tasting event returns, 5:30pm Tuesday, May 21 at Camp Stella Maris, 4395 East Lake Road in Livonia.
Tickets are $25, and will include unlimited sampling from a growing list of vendors eager to spotlight their food and drink. Confirmed participants include Applebee’s Bar & Grill, Battle Street Brewery, The Beachcomber, Deer Run Winery, Dublin Corners Farm Brewery, Hook and Spoon, Leisure’s Restaurant, Monk’s Bread, OSB Ciderworks, Partyman Catering & Rental, Suzea’s Gluten Free Café & Bakery, Sweet Arts Bakery, Twisters Ice Cream Shop, Wegmans, and Wendy’s Pantry / The Country Mouse Tea House, with more to be announced.
The Taste of Livingston County is being co-organized by the Livingston County Area Chamber of Commerce and The Arc of Livingston-Wyoming, the area’s largest not-for-profit assisting individuals with intellectual and other developmental disabilities.
Taste of Livingston County sponsors include Genesee Construction, Power & Construction Group, Summit Family Dental Care, Barilla, Assemblywoman Marjorie Byrnes, David Mann Jewelers, Details Event Planning, Farrell’s Lawn Service, Genesee Country Christian School, Geneseo Collision Service, Judge Jeannie Michalski for Livingston County Court Judge, Lawnel Farms, Literacy West NY, Noyes Health, Smith Lumber & Hardware, Turbo Taxi, Van Allen for Judge, and Wegmans.
Tickets are limited, and going fast. To purchase yours, visit tolc2019.eventbrite.com, or the Chamber or The Arc Web site. To learn more, call Event Coordinator Suzanne Johnsen at (585)658-2828 ext. 133.