A Wondrous Wednesday Of Food, Art And Music At The First-Ever ‘Taste Of Liberty Station’Food & Drink
As sweet-and-savory-spoiled San Diegans, we certainly have our fair share of tastes to choose from. However, when we hear about the first-ever Taste of Liberty Station, our food cravings tip over the edge!
Coming just in time for the perfect midweek pick-me-up, the Wednesday, June 21st Taste of Liberty Station will feature not only edible delights but everything that Liberty Station has to offer: drinks, musical performances, art, goods and more!
From 5 p.m. to 9 p.m., Liberty Station businesses will have open doors for attendees to stroll through and discover the variety of bites at the eateries, live music and artisan goods in the storied corridors and plazas, artwork from the local galleries in the community, and – our personal favorite – the option to sip different sparkling wines in the Bubbly Garden.
Just take a look at this lineup:
Banyan Kitchen Café
Crafted Baked Goods
Lolli San Diego Sweets
Nekter Juice Bar
Officine Buona Fochetta
Point Loma Tea
Roast Meat & Sandwich Shop
Soda & Swine
Solare Ristorante in the Bubbly Garden and Restaurant
Stone Brewing World Bistro & Garden
Venissimo Cheese in the Bubbly Garden
Colleen Veltz Art
Lauren LeVieux Artist Studio
MK Envision Galleries
San Diego Watercolor Society
Victoria Hanlon Studio
Moniker Coffee/Fire Pit
5pm-9pm – Sam & Stacy
Liberty Public Market
5pm-9pm – David de Alva
North Promenade Stage
5pm-7:30pm – Recreational Music Center
7:45pm-8:45pm – The Pin Ups
5pm-9pm – Dano’s Island Sounds
South Promenade Stage
5pm-7:15pm – Navy Band Southwest Jazz Combo/32nd Street Brass Band
7:30pm-9pm – School of Rock
Chomping at the bit yet?! Let’s talk tickets.
There are two ticket options available:
- The Liberty Pass ($30) gives you access to all participating restaurants. Enjoy one tasting at each location per Pass.
- The Bubbly Pass gives you access to three tastings of various Prosecco samples. Additional tastings available for additional charge. 21+ Only.
⬆️ Agreed, Liberty Station. Agreed!