Taste of Lafayette
Lafayette’s Favorite Dinner Party – The “Taste of Lafayette” Restaurant Stroll! Friends, Food & Entertainment
Tuesday, June 22, 2021, 5pm-8pm
Tickets are now on sale! $50 early bird through May 31, 2021 – $55 thereafter or until sold out!
The “stroll” begins when ticket holders head out at their own pace to stop at any or all of the participating restaurants for sampling. Open-air shuttle bus will be provided. Will call and bar will be at Lafayette Plaza Park 5pm-8pm. Evening includes music throughout the stroll.
Tickets are limited and the event will account for any state/county health and safety guidelines. Please note you may be required to show proof of COVID-19 vaccination or a negative test result within 72 hours of the event. High risk or those not feeling well should not attend. Face coverings will be required unless immediately eating or drinking.
What is the refund policy?
All tickets are non-refundable. IF this event is cancelled due to health code guidelines we will hold your ticket and reservation for the rescheduled date.
Are there ID requirements or an age limit to participate?
There is no age limit to participate. But please note YOU will need to show ID at the Plaza Bar, Canyon Club Brewery (at the Hideout) and at Headlands Brewery.
What are my transportation/parking options getting to the event?
Directions, parking, and access information will be available on this page soon. Check back for updates.
2021 Participating Restaurants/Businesses
(as of 5/5/2021)
Batch & Brine
Canyon Club Brewery (at The Hideout Kitchen)
Headlands Brewing Company
Lafayette Public House
Lavash Mediterranean Restaurant and Catering
Mangia Ristorante & Pizzeria
Papillon Gourmet Coffee
Sparkes & Joy (at the Jennifer Perlmutter Gallery)
The Hideout Kitchen
Tutu’s Food and Drink
Zoonie’s Candy, Toy and Gelato
Art & Music
Thank you Sponsors!
Taste of Lafayette Beneficiaries
About the Lafayette Community Foundation
The Lafayette Community Foundation (LCF) is proud of the work it has done to support the community for more than two decades. Since 1999, LCF has played an integral part in some of the most important community projects, including the Lafayette Library and Learning Center, the permanent stage at the Lafayette Reservoir and Lamorinda Village. Most recently, LCF has supported the efforts of the Park Theater Trust which is working toward revitalizing Lafayette’s beloved Park Theater.
LCF’s most important work, however is providing Excellence Grants to local community nonprofits that support and touch the lives of so many. Over the past 22 years, LCF has distributed hundreds of grants totaling more than $800,000 to organizations in the categories of Human Services, Seniors, Youth Development & Education and Arts & Culture.
LCF takes great care in selecting respected, viable nonprofits that have the greatest impact on the communities they serve. Its Grants Committee, conducts in-depth analyses of these organizations so donors and businesses can be certain their investment is going to worthwhile causes that provide the highest level of assistance to those in need.
To learn more about LCF, please visit http://www.lafayettecf.org.
For information on participating as a restaurant or being a partner or sponsor, please call Sara Regan at the Lafayette Chamber at (925) 284-7404 x110 or send her an email at email@example.com.