Some of Boston’s Top Ethnic Chefs and Restaurants will once again come together in the original multi-ethnic food festival “A Taste of Ethnic Boston” hosted by Get Konnected! on Tuesday, July 26th 2016 from 5:30 to 8:00 PM at the Harborside Inn and Lounge at 185 State Street.
“Boston is home to some of the best restaurants and most sophisticated ethnic food concepts you will find anywhere in the world. This city has become so much more than corned beef and cabbage, and it would be remiss of us to not spotlight Boston’s diverse culinary talents.” Says Colette Phillips, founder of Get Konnected!. “Our Taste of Ethnic Boston not only celebrates food but also public art and live music. It is a celebration of three creative disciplines we all appreciate and love”.
“We’re pleased to be partnering again with Get Konnected! for the 3rd Annual A Taste of Ethnic Boston” says Jesse Brackenbury, Executive Director of Rose Kennedy Greenway Conservancy. “This year, we will highlight internationally acclaimed Chinese contemporary artist Ai Weiwei’s Circle of Animals/Zodiac Heads currently installed on the Greenway”. #ATOEB3 presents an impressive repertoire of art, new chefs and restaurants and features the latest food trends in Boston. Master pannist and musician Justin Petty will provide live steel band music.
This year the event will feature Chef Gita Kantrow, the next chef to take residence at “culinary incubator” and cocktail bar Wink & Nod, where she will showcase Nepalese-American fusion cuisine. Chef Patrick of Akinto, a Wink & Nod alum, will also join us again this year, bringing with him Pan-Asian dishes with a heavy Filipino influence – both modern fare as well as traditional dishes.
Other restaurants participating in A Taste of Ethnic Boston 3 include:
Restaurante Cesaria (Cape Verdean)
Teranga Boston (Senegalese)
Tickets are limited and are available for $20 each at www.getkonnected.com/atoeb3.