Local Foodies Get a "Twofer"

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Food FestivalPeople in the metro DC area who love food will be in luck on Sunday, May 15, says Gazette.net.  There will be two different food festivals happening that day, one a brand new event and the other an annual favorite.  Folks from Bethesda, Silver Spring and all of the metro area should plan to attend.

The newcomer this year is Taste the World in Fenton Village, which starts in the parking lot by Highland Origin Coffee on Fenton Street.  Participants get a passport flier listing names and locations of the 21 participating restaurants in Fenton Village which they can visit for $5.00 tastings.  If you get your passport stamped by at least three of the restaurants, you can be entered into a raffle.

The organizers of Taste the World hope to make everyone more aware of what Silver Spring has to offer, including a wide range of restaurants such as African, Indian, and Ethiopian.

Now in its 16th year, The Taste of Wheaton is also a festival of diverse eating in the Washington, DC metro region.  This event is located in the Wheaton Triangle between Grandview Avenue and Reedie Drive, and participating restaurants are set up in booths.  Food samples at this event cost between $1.00 and $5.00.  There's also entertainment such as puppet shows, face painting, and art displays.

Scheduling both festivals on the same date was an accident, say the organizers, but they hope people will see it as a double-dose of good food.

While the date for both events is May 15, the times vary at bit. Taste the World runs from 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. and The Taste of Wheaton from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.  So much food, so little time!

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