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Happy tummies tour the village
June 7, 2018 at 8:14 a.m.
After patiently waiting in line, King Street Elementary School kindergartener Evan Helmle is excited to try a sweet Braised Pork Arepa from Sonora at 179 Rectory St. on Sunday, June 3. Helmle was one of roughly 400 people who visited 30 restaurants to sample different foods during the annual Taste of Port Chester to benefit the Tamarack Tower Foundation with around $13,000. TTF provides money in the form of scholarships and grants to the Port Chester public schools.
While working the ticket booth in the Marina Parking Lot on Abendroth Avenue, Rye Brook resident Michelle Rivera helps Carmine Dechiara, a longtime Port Chester resident who recently moved to Fort Lauderdale, Fla., fasten his Taste of Port Chester wristband.
At Argana Restaurant & Bar at 325 N. Main St., Romany Tawfik fills Rye resident Lorena McGovern’s bowl with couscous.
Washington Mews resident Tim Malin treats his 4-year-old son, Brian, to a sweet Colombian baked good at Asi Es Colombia at 172 N. Main St.
Determined to get every last bit of his shepherd’s pie, 3-year-old Anthony Scutero of Rye Brook licks his plastic cup clean at McShane’s Public House at 123 N. Main St.
Port Chester High School sophomore Karen Ramos, one of six student volunteers for Taste of Port Chester, puts together a beef taco for customers outside the Taco Shack at 27 N. Main St.