July 15, 2020
By: Tampa Bay Newswire PR
St. Pete Beach, FL – The Tampa Bay Beaches Chamber of Commerce is bringing back the Taste of the Beaches in a new and safe way. This wildly popular event will have a new spin this year in the midst of COVID-19. This will not only allow locals and visitors to try local tastes from a variety of restaurants, but will also bring customers into our restaurants that are in need of support from our community.
Taste of the Beaches will take place the first weekend of October on Friday, October 2nd, Saturday, October 3rd and Sunday, October 4th. Patrons will purchase tickets and then visit the participating restaurants of their choice. All weekend they have the opportunity to tour each restaurant and safely sit down with their friends or family to enjoy a signature “taste”. Tickets will be sold by the Tampa Bay Beaches Chamber of Commerce the cost will be $30 per ticket, each ticket includes 3 tastes.
The goal of this year’s Taste of the Beaches is to make locals and visitors feel comfortable, while introducing them to local flavors, specialty dishes and new restaurants. This new “taste tour” or restaurant week style event will not only give back to our local restaurants, but with every ticket purchased, a portion of the proceeds will be donated to this year’s non-profit Sea Turtle Trackers.
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