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All About the Bloomfield Food Tour on 10/30

by Katherine Chaves Diaz
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Ever wished you could try several new restaurants in one pass? With the Bloomfield Center Food Tour, participants can do exactly that. Make it a day by attending this family-friendly event and taking in all the local gems. Who knows, you might find your new favorite go-to spot during this tour. The upcoming Bloomfield Food Tour will be held on Saturday, October 30th from 2PM – 4PM. Read on to learn more about this neighborhood tradition. 

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The Ivy at Chatham

About the Tour

The Bloomfield Food Tour is organized by the Bloomfield Center Alliance and is designed to encourage diners to visit new restaurants and enjoy some old favorites. The tour will have stops at four to five downtown restaurants (TBD). At each stop, the restaurant owner or chef will either have an intro or group chat with participants. To end the tour, the last stop will offer an alcoholic (or non-alcoholic) drink. This month’s tour will feature many new businesses so for newcomers or long-time residents, it will be worth a trip to check out the tour.

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The previously held food tour in August featured well-known spots and dishes like hush puppies and shrimp from Grab Crab Cajun Seafood, special drinks from La Santa Colombian Bar and Grill, and sweet fried plantains and empanadas from Havana Cuban Restaurant, and more. 

Food tour participants will also have the chance to learn about Bloomfield’s local history and will get a sneak peek at the future events offered by the Bloomfield Center. 

Covid-19 precautions have been put into place, the restaurants are chosen based on outdoor dining availability or distanced seating. Facemasks will be required when participants are not eating and group sizes will be topped off at 20 people. 

Tickets are available online, and more information is available through the Bloomfield Center website

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