Celebrate the Last Days of Outdoor Festivities with Taste of Uptown Walking Food Tour

Get ready for Uptown Main Street’s first walking food tour, featuring more than a dozen restaurants from Upper 14th Street and Kennedy Street NW.

This event is in a unique neighborhood that boasts independent businesses with authentic cuisines from around the world — perfect for food lovers!

Taste of Uptown is taking place on September 26 from 4-10 p.m.

For only $20, participants can visit five participating restaurants for food or drink samples, while soaking up the last days of outdoor drinking, catching up with neighborhood bartenders and meeting new friends.

For the adventurous foodie you can gain an all access pass for $40 or if time is not on your side enjoy one taste for $5. While attendees are encouraged to purchase their tasting passes in advance, you can register the day of by visiting a check in station (denoted with a * below).

How This Works

Pick up your tasting pass at one of our five conveniently located check in stations, head to a participating restaurant for your taste and enjoy your food or drink before heading to the next restaurant!

Getting Around
Get around by one of four free pedicabs reserved for the event. The corridor is also well-serviced by Capital Bikeshare, has ample bike parking and numerous bus stops. Guests are also invited to work off some calories by walking the corridor!

Participating Restaurants:

  • Andrene’s Soul Food & Caribbean Café
  • ANXO Cidery & Tasting Room*
  • Cheesemonster (a new cheese studio coming to Kennedy Street)
  • Highlands Café*
  • Jackie Lee’s*
  • JJ’s Restaurant
  • Las Placitas Restaurant
  • Little Coco’s
  • Little Havana
  • Lyman’s Tavern*
  • Mezcalero Cocina Mexicana
  • Moreland’s Tavern*
  • Red Derby
  • Salt & Pepper Grill
  • Soup Up

Supports a Great Cause

All ticket sales support Uptown Main Street; a group that helps our small and local businesses community thrive. Learn more about this organization on Facebook and be sure to purchase your tasting pass on Eventbrite or at the 14th & Kennedy Street Market or Petworth Community Market this Saturday!

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