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FALL TASTE OF NORTH BERKELEY 

Tue., Nov. 12 2013
510-548-5335
Stroll, sip and taste your way through the Gourmet Ghetto and help keep school gardens alive! All proceeds benefit the Berkeley Unified School District Garden and Cooking Program. Brought to you by the North Shattuck Association and the Berkeley Unified School District Garden and Cooking Program.

A $30 ticket gets you a taste of each of over 25 participating eateries, shops and galleries. Sample from our newest arrivals Flavor Mediterranean and Le Petit Cochon, along with favorites such as The Local Butcher Shop, Gregoire, and Poulet! Tickets are available online at www.brownpapertickets.com/event/493199 and on the day of the event at Vine & Shattuck.

Email your contact information to promotions@eastbayexpress with “Taste” in the subject line for a chance to win a pair of tickets! Deadline: Friday, November 8 by noon!

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