Taste of the Bay’ returns on Feb. 26

CBBA president Cyndi Rogg (left) and Patricia Farina are pictured with the Taste of the Bay poster.

The town’s biggest food and entertainment event of the year, “Taste of the Bay,” returns on Sunday, Feb. 26, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. The event debuted in May 2011 and was well attended. Sponsored by the Cutler Bay Business Association (CBBA) to bring residents together for a fun-filled day and to increase awareness of the town’s many great restaurants, it again will take place at the Palmetto Bay Village Center, 18001 Old Cutler Rd. Local participating restaurants include Applebee’s, Chopsticks House, Cutler Bay Bar & Grill, Rodbender’s Raw Bar and Grill, Inc., Sal’s Italian Ristorante, Buffalo Wild Wings, Cold Stone Creamery Ice Cream, Moon Tai, Steve’s Pizza and The Butcher Shop Deli and Catering. Tickets to the family-oriented event are Association (CBBA) to bring residents together for a fun-filled day and to increase awareness of the town’s many great restaurants, it again will take place at the Palmetto Bay Village Center, 18001 Old Cutler Rd.

Local participating restaurants include Applebee’s, Chopsticks House, Cutler Bay Bar & Grill, Rodbender’s Raw Bar and Grill, Inc., Sal’s Italian Ristorante, Buffalo Wild Wings, Cold Stone Creamery Ice Cream, Moon Tai, Steve’s Pizza and The Butcher Shop Deli and Catering.

Tickets to the family-oriented event are free if picked up at participating restaurants ahead of time, or $5 each at the gate. In addition to all the food vendors, the Road Kings and the Mosquito Heads bands will provide live music, and between sets DJ Johnny 5 will keep things jumping. There will be a belly dancer, a car show sponsored by Cutler Auto Repair, arts and crafts displays, petting zoo, pony rides, art contest for kids, bounce house by Jump A Roos and playground equipment by My Gym.

CBBA president Cyndi Rogg, who has been busily coordinating the group of participants and volunteers, seems to be energized about the event’s return.

“We’re looking forward to the community coming out and enjoying a great time,” Rogg said. “Working on the second one has definitely been fun and challenging. We’ve put in a lot of hours to make this happen and we’re looking forward to a great event.”

Event sponsors include Palmetto Bay Village Center, Mercedes-Benz of Cutler Bay, Southland Mall, Cutler Auto Repair, Intellaclaim Public Adjusters Inc. and My Gym. Additional sponsors and volunteers still are welcome.

For more information and the addresses of restaurants and others offering free tickets, visit www.thetasteofthebay.com or call 305-815-1536.

 


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