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Taste of Alhambra this Sunday*

More than 40 Alhambra restaurants, brewing companies, and local wineries will participate this Sunday in the annual Taste of Alhambra. Hosted by the Downtown Alhambra Business Association and the Alhambra Education Foundation, the food and drink festival will benefit AEF's efforts to improve education funding in Alhambra. The festival will take place 5-8 p.m. on Sunday, June 2, on First Street near the Alhambra Public Library.

“We are expecting nearly 1,500 attendees at the Taste of Alhambra event,” said Downtown Alhambra Business Association board member Michael Fata. “Each year we see steady growth and involvement from the surrounding community.”Beverages include wine, craft beer, martinis, and homemade juices. International cuisine offerings include pan-Asian, Italian, American, and Latin. Entertainment will be provided by the Grooveline Band and DJ Esco.

“AEF is proud to be the beneficiary of the annual Taste of Alhambra event, and we are truly grateful to the generous restaurants and vendors that donate the great food and their time,” said Steve Perry, president of the Alhambra Educational Foundation. ”We invite everyone to experience the wonderful variety of Alhambra restaurants at this fun, community-building event.”

Tickets are $50 online and $60 at the event.

*A version of this article originally appeared in the Downtown Alhambra Business Association website.

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