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DATE / TIME EVENTS / INDUSTRY LOCATION
May 20, 2010-
Aug 05, 2010
05:00PM - 09:00PM
NAPA CHEFS' MARKET SEASON BEGINS THURSDAY, MAY 20 IN NAPA DOWNTOWN
WORLD REKNOWN CHEFS DEMONTRATE TALENT AND SERVE UP TASTY TREATS EVERY WEEK
Napa,
First Street in Downtown Napa
Event Description

NAPA CHEFS’ MARKET SEASON BEGINS THURSDAY, MAY 20 IN NAPA DOWNTOWN


WORLD REKNOWN CHEFS DEMONTRATE TALENT AND SERVE UP TASTY TREATS EVERY WEEK


NAPA, CA – The sixteenth annual Thursday night Napa Chef's Market summer season kicks-off on Thursday, May 20, from 5 to 9 PM on First Street in Downtown Napa, and runs through August 5th.   The event is free, family oriented and open to the public.


While many cities have some sort of mid-week street festival, only Chefs Market features two nightly cooking demonstrations, at 6:30 and 7:30, featuring world renown chefs—who just happen to be Napa-locals. After the demonstration, enjoy a sample of the food, paired with a taste of wine, both free of charge. 
Food not necessarily your thing?  Three musical stages provide a musical mix to appeal to a variety of tastes.  A children’s area features crafts, inflatable games, sing-alongs and story telling. A farmers market features fresh, local produce. Chefs Market has been voted “Best Family Outing” by local radio station listeners for years.  Stroll the streets while enjoying a glass of Napa Valley wine, a cold beer or other non-alcoholic beverage.  


From Highway 29, take the First Street exit towards downtown.  For more information please call 707/257-0322 or visit www.napadowntown.com.
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Fee: $0.00

Contact Information

Phone: 707/257-0322      Fax: www.napadowntown.com.

 

 

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