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Taste of North Berkeley Restaurant Walk! 

Tue., May 12 2015
510-540-6444
Stroll, sip and taste your way through North Berkeley’s Gourmet Ghetto! And for a good cause - all proceeds benefit local Lions Community Fund charities, and this year a portion will also go to the Lions International Fund for Nepal Earthquake relief efforts.

A $25 ticket gets you a taste of this year’s participating eateries, shops and galleries. Sample from our newest arrivals Mission Heirloom and Le Petit Cochon, along with area favorites such as The Local Butcher Shop, Gregoire, Cha Am Thai, Virginia Bakery, and Saul’s Deli! See the full menu and invite friends via the event page: http://on.fb.me/1aWs8NY

Advance tickets are available online at tasteofnorthberkeley.bpt.me, and on the day of the event at 1533 Shattuck.
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