Taste of Downtown Nashua




This event isn't until June 2, but it's in your best interests to get tickets early! Plus, preorder tickets are $30 as opposed to the day of price of $35.The 16th annual Taste of Downtown Nashua promises to be the biggest ever – Stroll through the lovely downtown, dine on delicious creations from many of the city's best restaurants and check out Nashua's great local shops along the way. Musicians will also be performing around town to keep you entertained between food stops. Here are some (but not even close to all) of the participating restaurants:

Unums

Thousand Crane II

Cafe India

Michael Timothy's

Surf

Margaritas

Martha's Exchange

Saffron Bistro

Swan Chocolates

Patisserie Blue

In addition to all the great food, this year ticket holders are invited to head down early for the Taste Cocktail Hour (4 p.m.– 6 p.m.).

Visit the Taste of Downtown Nashua site for tickets, more information and a list of all the participating restaurants.

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