By Rebecca Miller, Alameda Dishcrawl Ambassador
A downtown dining experience showcasing the best dishes in local restaurants. will make a debut in Alameda this November.
On Tuesday Nov. 13 from 7 to 9 p.m., the first Dishcrawl Alameda event will feature a walking and eating tour of four local restaurants along Park Street. Dishcrawlers will taste featured menu items, meet the chefs and owners, and discover their local community all in one night.
The names of the restaurants dishcrawlers will visit is kept a secret for now, but folks can follow them at @dishcrawlEB for some hints.
“I’ve enjoyed eating on Park Street for a decade and I am super excited to bring my love of this friendly island town to the greater East Bay and mix and mingle with neighborhood locals on our first Downtown Alameda food adventure” says Rebecca Miller, Alameda Dishcrawl Ambassador.
Dishcrawl explores four restaurants in one night capturing the imagination and appetite of the 44 percent of adults that according to the National Restaurant Association say restaurants are an essential part of their lifestyles and the 78 percent of adults that consider going out with family and friends an opportunity to socialize.
Dishcrawl gives neighbors and neighborhoods a chance to meet, greet and share a heaping portion of delicious fun.
Tickets to the Alameda event are $39 and available on the Dishcrawl website.
Recently featured on NBC Bay Area and East Bay Express food experience innovator, Dishcrawl is called the “hot, foodie social event sweeping the Bay Area” by the San Jose Mercury News.
To purchase tickets for the Alameda Downtown Dishcrawl visit www.dishcrawl.com/eastbay. For more information on what a Dishcrawl is visit www.dishcrawl.com or see our segment on NBC Bay Area http://vimeo.com/20363303.