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Getting a taste of what Port Chester has to offer
June 8, 2017 at 4:55 a.m.
Local foodies could walk or take a bus around the village to the different eateries.
The ticket line was sparse at the beginning of A Taste of Port Chester. According to Denise Quinn of the Tamarack Tower Foundation, about 400 adults and children attended the event.
A Taste of Port Chester is a wonderful event for family and friends, as demonstrated by (front) Adam Downer, Mari Diamond, (middle) Rachel and Lisa Simon and (back) Joel Simon and Kurt Berger. The Rye Brook and Brooklyn residents came together to have a good time at Argana on North Main Street, despite the rain.
Harrison sisters Mary and Grace Julian, 3 and 5 years old, sample the spicy and mild tacos from Salsa Picante on Adee Street.
Not even a noodle was left on 7-year-old Leyla Abreu’s plate. The Sands Street resident enjoyed eating at Café Brazil on North Main Street so much that she was scraping her fork along the plate to get every last morsel.
Rela Café had a large spread of pizza, house greens, pasta and meatball sliders.
Pizza is always a favorite in Port Chester, especially for these two Austin Place children. Seven-year-old Jonah Helmle and his 5-year-old brother Evan enjoy a slice of pepperoni pizza from Rela Café on South Regent Street.
It’s that time of year again where numerous Port Chester restaurants open their doors and allow the public to sample their cuisine. On Sunday, June 4, A Taste of Port Chester brought nearly 400 people out in the rain to enjoy the food 32 participating locations had to offer and raised a little over $9,000 for the Port Chester Public Schools. Port Chester Board of Education member Bob Johnson samples mango and goat cheese bruschetta from Rye House on North Main Street.