The annual Taste Terre Haute promotion is returning to support local restaurants. The event, now in its sixth year, begins on Sunday and features specialty menus, deals and offerings not on the restaurants’ traditional menu.
The Terre Haute Chamber of Commerce says the event was created by a small group of restaurant owners and managers, inspired by similar events such as Devour Downtown in Indianapolis. The event runs for two weeks at the end of July each year.
“This gives you the opportunity to be a tourist in your own town,” says J. Ford’s Black Angus co-owner Kelly Ford. “It’s an excuse to try out a restaurant you’ve never been to or visit one of your favorite spots. Especially after the last year and a half, all restaurants are grateful for your business.”
The chamber says restaurants offer special pricing on cocktails, free items with purchase or dishes that haven’t been offered.
“You don’t have to be a foodie to enjoy Taste Terre Haute,” says Chamber of Commerce President Kristin Craig. “You just have to be someone that wants to support the local restaurants and the people of our community. The great food and drinks and excitement is a delicious bonus. After 2020, these restaurants need our support more than ever.”
You can connect to a list of participating restaurants and their offerings by clicking here.