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Thursday, September 19, 2019


South Park has become a hotbed of tasty restaurants and boutiques
Taking advantage of San Diego’s pleasant late summer weather, locals get to enjoy dozens of street fair activities well into Thanksgiving.

One of those events is the Taste of South Park, which is set for this Saturday, Sept. 21set in the heart of one of San Diego’s best historic neighborhoods.  This year the restaurant and shop hop takes place from Noon to 4 pm.

Tickets may be purchased online at:

With purchase of a Tasting Passport, guests can snack and sip their way along the 30th St. and Fern St. corridor, sampling from all participating South Park eateries. Guests will also get a taste of the diverse boutiques and shops lining the streets of South Park between bites.

This is an all-ages, ticketed event, limited to 400 people. Tickets can be purchased online prior to the event for $35. Tickets purchased the day of at the ToSP info booth are $40. We have sold out in years past, purchasing tickets in advance is strongly suggested.

Both advance and day-of tickets can be picked up on September 21 from the info booth at the Grape Street Square, at the intersection of Grape and Fern Streets (next to the streetside clock). Guests will receive a walking map of South Park and a Tasting Passport good for one taste at all participating locations. The Tasting Passport will also include discounts at local boutiques and other businesses.

Curryosity on Juniper has captured a large following
Participating restaurants include:

Buona Forchetta
Cafe Madeleine
Captain Kirks Coffee
Communal Coffee
Dark Horse Coffee Roasters
Del Sur Mexican Cantina
Eclipse Chocolate Bar & Bistro
Enoteca Buona Forchetta
Grant's Marketplace
Hamilton's Tavern
La Taqueria Vegiee
Mariscos Nine Seas
Mazara Trattoria
Mutual Friend Ice Cream
Seven Seas Roasting Co.
Shawarma Guys
Sombrero Mexican Food
Station Tavern
The Big Kitchen Cafe
The Rose Wine Bar

Restaurant Week begins in San Diego this Sunday.

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