2437 Park Ave
Tustin, CA 92782
Just in time for grilling season, come ‘chill’ at The District! Bring your friends and family to stroll more than 20 restaurants and stores for culinary tastes, delicious desserts, craft beer, wine & signature drinks. Also enjoy live music, a DJ, fun games, and in-store activities. Even enter for a chance to win several great prizes when you drop off your passport at the end! The District has some new restaurants you can try, while enjoying new tastes of your old favorites. You don’t want to miss out!
Participating Restaurants & Stores:
JT Schmid’s Restaurant
Luna Rossa Ristorante
The Winery Restaurant
RA Sushi & Bar
The Yellow Chilli – Newly Opened
Utopia European Caffe – Newly Opened
The Flame Boiler
The Halal Guys
Nothing Bundt Cakes
Ben & Jerry’s
Union Market Tustin:
– Berry Brand
– Central Bar
– Market 2 Plate
– Milk Box
– Portola Coffee Roasters
– The Paper House
– Roba Noodle – Newly Opened
– StowAway(formerly Hatch)
Pricing – Bite and Sip Pass to 20+ restaurants & stores:
- General Admission: $35 (ends 12pm on Saturday, June 8)
- Day of Admission: $45 (at the door)
- Ages 10 and under are free with a paid adult
Get an early start, check in will begin at 1:30pm, outside of Union Market, near Vans. The “Grill & Chill” will begin promptly at 2pm.
Guests will receive a passport with a list of stops. Visit each stop, get it checked off and drop it off at the end of the event to be entered to win one of several great prizes.
Best of all, you and the whole family can indulge for a cause — a portion of the event proceeds will be given to the Boys & Girls Clubs of Tustin. The Boys & Girls Clubs of Tustin is a youth development program for all boys and girls ages 5 – 18 years. The Club builds character through everyday leadership and guidance in behavior and attitude. Young people of all ethnicities, races, creeds and developmental challenges join together in wholesome recreation, leadership, and enrichment programs. Trained professional staff provide members with positive adult mentors and role models. Nationally recognized programs help young people succeed in school, stay healthy, learn important life skills, pursue interests in the arts, sports, and explore vocational choices.
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