A Taste Of Nyack Walking And Dining Tour

Dated: 06/05/2015

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Good food with good people, for a good cause! The evening's proceeds benefit the Rockland County YMCA youth programs, helping provide learning opportunities for children in need. The YUMCA is building a healthier community and nurturing the potential of our children.  

The event is scheduled for Tuesday June 9, 2015 and starts at 6PM. Participating restaurants include: 8 North Broadway, Olives/Sour Kraut, Spice of India, Karma, Hudson House, Palmieri Wines, Two Spear Street, Broadway Bistro, Velo, Casa Del Sol, Brickhouse, and Pour House.  That's a pretty spectacular line up of Nyack's finest restaurants at a fabulous price! 

Ticket price is $40 per person.  For additional information, contact the Rockland County YMCA Development Office at 845-358-0632

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Diane Mitchell

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