The Woodlands' Taste of the Town restaurant event receives two-week extension to Feb. 11

Taste of the Town ticketholders will now be able to participate in the event until Feb. 11. (Courtesy The Woodlands Area Chamber of Commerce)
Taste of the Town ticketholders will now be able to participate in the event until Feb. 11. (Courtesy The Woodlands Area Chamber of Commerce)

Taste of the Town ticketholders will now be able to participate in the event until Feb. 11. (Courtesy The Woodlands Area Chamber of Commerce)

The Woodlands Area Chamber of Commerce's Taste of the Town event has officially been extended by two weeks through Feb. 11.

The event was originally scheduled to run until Jan. 31. Taste of the Town features more than 30 restaurants around The Woodlands area where ticketholders can visit and try small dishes prepared by the restaurant.

"We have had such great feedback and people are still just learning about our new format, so we want to give them the opportunity to enjoy a little longer," Special Events Manager Jennifer Moore wrote in a news release.

According to the release from the chamber, surveys to determine event winners for this year will be sent out next week with a VIP event being held at Citizen's Grill on Feb. 5.

Restaurants are eligible to win titles for the Best Appetizer, Best Entree, Best Dessert and the 2021 Peoples Choice Award.


Ticketholders can visit each restaurant once or purchase additional tickets for additional trips around the restaurants. Information about additional restaurants or changes to the lineup can be found at the event website at www.tasteofthetown.org.
By Andrew Christman
Andrew joined Community Impact Newspaper in early 2019 after moving from Indiana. He is a 2015 graduate from Indiana State University, where he received degrees in English and journalism. He has written for a number of small town publications throughout his career as a reporter.


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