Dine al Fresco in Milford

Tickets are limited and include four courses and entertainment.



The second annual Eat in the Street in downtown Milford will be held Sept. 21, and tickets are on sale now exclusively at the Riverwalk Farmers Market on Saturdays until all tickets are sold. The event: a four-course meal of locally sourced foods prepared by chefs and owners from Georgia House, Abbott’s Grill, Dolce Bakery and Verde: The Italian Cooking School—right in the middle of Walnut Street. Milford’s Riverwalk Farmers Market will supply local produce. There will be beer pairings by Mispillion River Brewing and others to be announced. Entertainment will be by the faculty from the Music School of Delaware and Matt Lafferty and friends, with additional performances by other local artists. Tickets are $75 per person and are limited to 100 guests. Get in on it now, before the thing becomes so legendary, you’ll never get the chance again. For more, call 839-1180 or 930-0955.

 


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