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Ald. Witkowski invites community to inaugural Taste of the Gateway

News release from Alderman Terry L. Witkowski

By - Jul 18th, 2016 02:09 pm

Alderman Terry L. Witkowski invites community members to the inaugural Taste of the Gateway on Wednesday, July 20 to enjoy complementary samples from some of the city’s best local restaurants. The free event is organized by the Gateway to Milwaukee’s Airport Gateway Business Association, and will take place from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m. at the Garden District’s Farmers’ Market at S. 6th Street and W. Howard Ave.

“I am thrilled to welcome this exciting new event to our community,” Alderman Witkowski said. “It’s going to be a great opportunity to celebrate the diverse culinary traditions that have made the South Side the rich melting pot that it is.”

Participating restaurants and vendors include Altitude Restaurant & Lounge, Beer Belly’s, Farmhouse Paint & Sip, Jalapeño Loco, Monterrey Market, Milwaukee Classic Pizza, the Oilerie, Ramallah Grill, the Packing House, Pineapple Café & Mexican Grill, Superior Culinary Center, Tortilleria El Sol and St. Francis Brewery. The event will also feature live broadcasting from 94.5 KTI Radio and a children’s arts and crafts station from the Garden District Neighborhood Association.

What:       Inaugural Taste of the Gateway

When:       5:00 to 8:00 p.m. on Wednesday, July 20

Where:     Garden District Farmers’ Market  6th Street and Howard Avenue

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