Sambuca, Down Under Pub, Blue Mesa, Rudy’s BBQ…these are only a smidgen of the restaurants that will be on hand at the 2011 Taste of Collin County on Oct. 10 from 5 p.m. – 9 p.m. at the Frisco Arts and Discovery Center.
The “Taste” is a one-night only event benefitting the North Collin County Habitat for Humanity. Guests will sample food from over 40 area eateries along with 14 kinds of beer and specialty wine. All but three are new this year.
“Held annually since 2000, this event is a unique way to experience exceptional cuisine, meet community leaders, and support our efforts to make decent shelter a reality,” said Celeste Cox, Executive Director of NCC Habitat for Humanity. “Our goal is to continue to help Build Hope, Lives and Dreams.”
The taste is not just for the grown-ups. Kids can explore the Sci-Tech Discovery Center, an inspirational oasis “where kids of all ages can embrace discovery and innovation through the active exploration of science, math and technology.
Tickets to Taste are $25 for adults and $10 for kids. Buy early or pay $30 at the door. Tickets are available at FIAT of McKinney, McAlister’s Deli in McKinney and Market Street locations in McKinney and Frisco.
The Frisco Arts/Discovery Center is located at 8004 N. Dallas Parkway. Visit TasteofCollinCounty.com or call 972-542-5300 for more information.
North Collin County Habitat for Humanity works in partnership with God and his people to develop communities by enabling families to achieve the dream of homeownership with dignity. NCC-Habitat was incorporated in 1992 in McKinney, Texas, as McKinney Habitat for Humanity, Inc. The name was changed in 2002 to North Collin County Habitat for Humanity to reflect an expanding service area. NCC Habitat serves the communities of McKinney, Frisco, Melissa, Celina, Princeton, Prosper, Farmersville, and Anna.