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Food

Taste of Santa Monica Tomorrow

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Sunday marks the arrival of the 4th annual Taste of Santa Monica. From Noon until 4:00 tomorrow afternoon, attendees can stroll the Santa Monica Pier and experience a feast for the senses (we're guessing the sights and smells of food will overpower the sights and smells of the homeless, seagulls, fishermen, and tourists). 40 of Los Angeles' finest restaurants will be on hand to dish out samples, and there will be live music and chef demonstrations all afternoon. Participating eateries include The Lobster, Cinch, the 310 Lounge and Bistro, Hooters (we thought that might get your attention), and many, many more. Tickets must be pre-ordered and may sell-out. The cost is $35 for adults, and $10 for kids 4-10. Ticket price includes all food, but entry to the wine garden is an extra $15.

Taste of Santa Monica
Sunday, September 18th, 12:00 to 4:00 p.m.
Santa Monica Pier
Photo from the Taste of Santa Monica website