Taste of Ridgewood to Benefit YMCA’s Strong Kids Campaign

Taste of RidgewoodThere’s just one day left to RSVP for the Taste of Ridgewood, a food-fest fundraiser for the Ridgewood Y’s Strong Kids Campaign. The complete list of participating restaurants hasn’t been revealed yet, but so far they’ve confirmed:

Folks at the Y tell Ridgefood they’ve invited Zum Stammtisch (in nearby Glendale), El Omda Egyptian (Astoria) and Sato Japanese (Rego Park), and we hear they’ve reached out to Ridgewood’s Bunker Vietnamese and Norma’s as well. They’re hoping to get more Ridgewood restaurants on board — we helped them brainstorm a long list of excellent neighborhood options — so we’re eager to hear the final rundown.

The April 11 event promises “food, live music, [and] fun” and will also honor local Ridgefolk Catherine Nolan (our District 37 Assemblywoman), Vincent Arcuri (Chair of Community Board 5), and Peter Boger (President and CEO of Ridgewood Savings Bank). RSVP to TOR@ymcanyc.org by March 20. Tickets cost $50 for Y members and $65 for non-members (hey, it’s a fundraiser).

2 thoughts on “Taste of Ridgewood to Benefit YMCA’s Strong Kids Campaign

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