Tantalize your taste buds at The Wedge. The hip and historic architectural district of Grand Avenue in Escondido is rich in character and personality. On Saturday October 12, 2013, the Escondido Downtown Business Association will host a culinary playground where food, beer and wine enthusiasts unite. Indulge in the pure pleasure of local cuisines!
About the Event
"Much of the San Diego region's farm to table movement is produced in the hills and valleys surrounding Escondido and yet we didn't have any way of highlighting our local abundance. Our goal with this event is to bring people into our downtown and increase awareness of all that our hidden valley has to offer." Shawna Cruise, Chair of The Wedge
Cheese making class with Wine Tasting from Triple B Ranches and TAJ Farms
Learn to make cheese, pair it with delicious wines and enjoy great camaraderie. What could be better? The Wedge Escondido is again offering its famous Cheese Making Class to this year's artisanal celebration of delicious cheeses, craft beers and boutique wines. The cheese making class will be offered to cheese fans during The Wedge event on October 12th, from 1pm until 2 pm at California Avocado Grill located at 136 West Grand Avenue. Cost of the class is $40 before October 11 and $50 at the door.
Who Makes All These Great Events Happen?
eDBA sponsors like: Milk Advisory Board Henson & Sons Design Moe Kitchen & Bath California Cheese
Hair Design & Skincare
Frank Konyn Dairy Lianne Bremmer Marketing
TAJ Farms Major Market Grand Tea Room
Stone Brewing Co.
Mike's Beer Cheese Thora & Associates
Puzzle Pieces Marketing
Tickets are $35.00
October 9, 2013)
What do I get?A passport to savor the full experience... beer, wine, restaurants and cheese.
Tickets for guests who opt for cheese and restaurants only -
3-8pm (music by Talk Like June on Kalmia Street at Vinz Wine Bar)
6-8pm (happy hour and VIP patio seating for those with wristbands at Vinz Wine Bar)
5:30 - 8:30pm ArtWalk
The Escondido Downtown Business Associate consists of local entrepreneurs working to create an organization to help downtown reach its full potential. Escondido business leaders started the event in 2010 to bring attention to the quality of food and beverage products being produced locally. It has proven to be very successful.