The creators of Dishcrawl and Dishwalk have created a new event: Neighborfood. Neighborfood is a celebration of food, family, and community. Participants have the opportunity to visit 8 local restaurants, which are in walking distance from each other, and they get to try one dish at each location. In the process, neighbors have the opportunity to socialize with new and old friends and to visit some new-to-them restaurants.
Kids are welcome to these family-friendly events, and children only need a ticket if they are eating. Younger children can share some of their parents’ food, or they can share a ticket with another child. It’s a great opportunity for family and friends to explore their neighborhood while enjoying some delicious small dishes.
The first Neighborfood event is scheduled to take place in Mountain View on Sunday, February 24, 2013 from 2 p.m. – 5 p.m. Here is a sneak peak of several of the participating restaurants: Hangen, Bangkok Spoon, and Asian Box.
Tickets are $40 per person in advance and can be purchased online. Tickets are also available for $45 the day of the event at check-in.
Proceeds of the event benefit the Arts Council of Silicon Valley.
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