Crossville Chronicle, Crossville, TN

Glade Sun

April 17, 2013

Taste of Crossville welcomes new restaurants and caterers

CROSSVILLE — Long a popular community event, Taste of Crossville, 2013! will be held at The Depot and Taylor Square Professional Building in Downtown Crossville on Thursday, May 23 at 6 p.m. First time restaurant and catering participants include: Beef & Barrel, Blind Zebra, Big John's BBQ, Cancun's, The Country Cupboard, Cafe at Cumberland Medical Center, Cumberland Mountain State Park, Dynasty, Flipfest, Good Samaritan Society Fairfield Glade, Kali's, Marketplace Cafe, Mega-Bites Karaoke Lounge, Phil-ing Station Sports Bar & Grille, Skillets, Sweeling Tea Shop, Tony's Place and Weight Watchers. These new participants join returning crowd pleasers such as FFG Legends, Budweiser, Chestnut Hill Winery, Fortes, Calfkiller Brewery, Big Boy's BBQ, Carol Branson Confections and many more.

Entertained by Ozone Falls, the crowd will stroll from table to table sampling the food and beverages offered. Sit at a picnic table to watch the people. Explore the art galleries and exhibits at the Shanks Center for the Arts. Discover the newly renovated caboose at The Depot.

Tickets will be $20 per person and are available at The Depot, FFG Community Center, and Shanks Center for the Arts.

Those interested in participating or volunteering, please contact DCI at 931-787-1324.

Downtown Crossville, Inc. link: www.downtowncrossvilleinc.net.

Event sponsors include Dr. Kendall and Lou Morrison, The Depot, City of Crossville, Downtown Crossville, Inc. and participating restaurants and caterers.

For more information, please contact: Downtown Crossville, Inc. at 931-787-1324.

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