Build-your-own meal for two, while supporting a variety of local restaurants, during the latest installment of Taste of Tosa, a drive-thru style dining experience during which participants choose an appetizer, main course, dessert and beverages created by a variety of local restaurants and pick them up at one easy, central location.
The upcoming event, which is slated for Saturday, Jan. 9 (with pick-up between 5 and 7:15 p.m.), offers participants options from spots including Black Twig Bakery, Buckatabon, Cafe Hollander, Draft & Vessel, Firefly Tosa, Loup, The Ruby Tap and Tabal Chocolate.
Dinner packages, which feed two, are $70 or $85 with beverages; each package includes appetizers, an entree and dessert.
To place your order online, visit the Tosa Village shopping page. Choose a package (with or without optional beverages), pick your course options, and then choose your pickup time at check-out. On the day of the event, simply pull up to the curb at Firefly Tosa, 7754 Harwood Ave. to pick up your hot meal.
A portion of ticket sales will be donated to the Tosa Cares food pantry.
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