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Taste of the Nation will include some of the area’s best restaurants

Written By Scott Joseph On August 26, 2009

I finally got hold of a list of participants for this Saturday’s big Taste of the Nation event, and there are some pretty impressive names on the roster. If you’ve been trying to decide whether it’s worth the $100 ticket (never mind that 100% of the profit goes to fighting hunger in America), I think you’ll find some really terrific restaurants will be there.

Share our Strength’s Taste of the Nation will be Saturday, August 29, from 6:30 to 10 p.m. at the OCCC’s Valencia Ballroom, 9800 International Drive, Orlando. For ticket information, visit the Taste of the Nation Web site.

Here’s a list of the TASTE OF THE NATION 2009 participants who have donated their time and food:

Omni Champions Gate
Café Tu Tu Tango
Signature by the Lake
Wyndham Palace
Olde Hearth Bread
Champions Gate Golf Resort
              Red Lobster
              Olive Garden
              Capital Grille
              Longhorn Steak House
Marriott World Center
Journeys at Alaqua
Orlando Culinary Academy
Westin Orlando Resort
JW Marriott
Royal Plaza
Luma on Park
Funky Monkey Wine Co.
The Ravenous Pig
Sanaa at Kidani Village
Emeril’s Orlando
Emeril’s Tchoup Chop
Highland Manor

USA Wine
Boisineau International
Douwe & Egbert Coffee
Shipyard Brewing & Unique Beers
Nestle Water
Stella Artois

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