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Grub Crawl 2013: Get a taste of Sixth Avenue restaurants during Art on the Ave

Post by Sue Kidd / The News Tribune on July 9, 2013 at 6:00 am | No Comments »
July 5, 2013 2:40 pm

You know all those Sixth Avenue restaurants you keep meaning to give a try, but don’t exactly have a week or a hundred bucks to plunk down on dining? Here’s a way to get a $6 nibble at several – all in a single afternoon. The second annual Grub Crawl will feature small bites from many Sixth Ave restaurants participating in the annual festival, Art on the Ave. The Grub Crawl is 11 a.m.-7 p.m. July 14 at participating restaurants.

In addition to the eat around for diners at each restaurant, chefs from participating restaurants will compete in a taste-off. The winner gets bragging rights to the best bite of Grub Crawl 2013. For diners, here’s what you can expect to find at the Grub Crawl:

Jazzbones: Pulled pork sandwich
Marrow Kitchen + Bar: Smoked Niman Ranch pulled pork donut dogs with raspberry mostarda.
Medi’s: Small calzone with chicken, garlic, artichoke, sundried tomato,white sauce and pesto.
North China Garden: Asian barbecue pork with spicy mustard, sesame seeds, tomato jam and shredded cabbage
Gateway to India: Chicken kebabs
Six Olives: Orange ginger salmon cake on bed of spinach with orange hoisin dressing with garlic hoisin sauce
Ubi’s Ubiquitous Journey: Moroccan spiced strawberry grilled cheese (vegan)
Legendary Doughnuts: Raspberry-apricot crème dough-sant (part doughnut, part croissant)
Dirty Oscar’s Annex: Summer Nachos with smoked cheddar cheese sauce, roasted jalapeno pico de gallo, green chili crema and fresh cilantro.

Grub Crawl 2013
During: Art on the Ave Festival
When: 11 a.m.-7 p.m., July 14
Where: On Sixth Avenue, between Cedar and Trafton Streets

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