The popular and delectable Carousel of Flavor will complete another year's culinary circle Sept. 30 when it returns to Pottstown's award-winning Smith Family Plaza downtown.
Now in its ninth run, the Carousel of Flavor takes advantage of the variety and talent of the region's many fine restaurants and caterers and from 12 to 4 p.m. provides a four-hour forum for them to present their best.
Photo by John Strickler/The MercuryAdam and Stephanie Sager dish out food for customers at the
Thyme to Serve Catering stand at the Carousel of Flavor last year.
"This is really one of our most popular events and, to tell the truth, it's popular with our volunteers too. We usually don't feed them this well" joked George Wausnock, president of the Carousel at Pottstown.
Already, 16 area eateries have signed up to participate in the event that will be held in the public space facing Pottstown's proud brick Borough Hall at 100 High St.
If you've ever wondered "how the food is" in one place or another, this is your chance to sample them all using tickets sold for between $2 and $5 and decide for yourself.
And while you can be your own judge, there will be a gathering of professional chefs and culinary students on hand to be the official judges.
Photo by John Strickler/The MercuryJim Sein-Lwin from The Pourhouse greets customers during
last year's Carousel of Flavor.
In addition, there is live music, a wine and beer garden, a clown, crafters and so much more!
The following restaurants have committed to participating in this year's Carousel of Flavor:
|Each year, the crowd at the Carousel of Flavor gets bigger.|
- Bause Landry Catering
- The Pour House/Little Italy
- The Very Best
- Station Bistro
- Ron’s Bar & Grill
- Thyme To Serve
- Baird’s Catering
- Positively Pasta
- Johnny G’s
- Ice House Deli
- Greshville Inn
- Piazza Presto
- Sugar High Treats
- Trattoria Vittorio
To find out more, call Miles Feather at 610-310-2432 or visit www.carouselatpottstown.org