Last summer, the Assistance League of Santa Ana organized the first ever “Best Taste of Santa Ana” with resounding success. Now, officially making this an annual event, Santa Ana residents and visitors are in for another treat – the second Best Taste. Rather, the Second Annual Best Taste of Santa Ana – Saturday, May 30, 2015 from 4:00 to 7:00 pm!
Eat, Drink and Be Merry
Live music and mouth-watering aromas will fill the air downtown at N. Spurgeon and W. 3rd streets – near some of the neighborhood’s most popular attractions. Listen to performances by the Santa Ana High School Jazz Singers and the ever-popular Acoustic Monday as you taste local favorites and exciting new items on the menu.
Several eateries and caterers have been announced so far: California Pizza Kitchen, Portola Coffee Roasters, Original Mike’s, Polly’s Pies, The Olde Ship, Berkeley Catering, Crave Café, Fifty Forks, Kendal Jackson Winery, La Chiquita, Mothers, Nam Vietnamese Eatery, Oli’s Bakery, North Left, Paninoteca Maggio – and more are being added.
For a Good Cause, For Our Community
Not only can you and your family enjoy samplings of some of the best appetizers, entrees and desserts that area restaurants have to offer, but you can contribute to a good cause. Proceeds from the ticket sales benefit the Assistance League of Santa Ana – a charitable organization sponsoring families in need with access to healthcare, school supplies, scholarship, mentoring and other uplifting community support services. If you haven’t purchased yet, it’s not too late to buy tickets online and spend the afternoon eating and drinking with friends and family at this fun outdoor feast.
Alex Moving, a premier orange county moving company, is thrilled to be supporting this event once again. We are providing tables, seating and water, plus enjoying this fun-tastic charity event ourselves. We’re striving to enrich our community, whether it’s with quality moving and storage services or through charitable events like the Best Taste!
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