Please Your Palate At The Taste Of Livingston County

HOWELL (WWJ) – From casual fare to gourmet cuisine, the Taste of Livingston County is set to satisfy every palate. The event takes place Saturday from 11:30 am until 3 pm in the cafeteria at Howell High School, 1200 West Grand River.

The Taste of Livingston County is one of the more popular attractions at the Livingston County Home & Garden Show. The event features generous samples from 18 of the area’s finest restaurants, caterers and delis.

“The menu at this year’s Taste is very diverse and includes delicious treats such as filet mignon tips and a hand-carved Black Angus top round carving station, homemade bratwurst, pizza, quesadillas, chocolate-covered strawberries, cupcakes, fresh-brewed coffees and teas, and more. It’s also an affordable luxury, providing a nice lunch outing with the family,” event coordinator Carol Donovan said in a release.

The Taste is so well-received that it often serves over 10,000 “tastes” to eager guests. The wide varieties of tempting treats are available at a cost of 75 cents per ticket.

“We’re highlighting the best the area has to offer in great food from local purveyors at a great price. It provides a tremendous opportunity to our hospitality businesses to let the public sample the specialties of which they are most proud,” Donovan said in a release.

Exhibitors at the 2011 Taste of Livingston County include: Bob Evan’s Restaurant, BoomTown Kitchen & Tap, Buffalo Wild Wings, Chili’s, Colorado Coffee Company, Culligan Water, Diamond’s Steak & Seafood, Ernesto’s Pizza, Great Lakes Butcher Supply LLC, Great Tasting Dogs, Harry & David, Highlander Restaurant, Jimmy John’s Gourmet Sandwiches, Jonna’s Market, Pepsi, Pure & Simple, Salsarita’s Fresh Cantina and VG’s Grocery.

For more information about the Taste of Livingston County, visit their website or call 517-546-3920.

  • pizza fanatic

    I know the old owner made the best pizza in Howell! The last two places pale in comparison. Put the old place and owner on the strip and we could eat the best pizza in the Howell

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