Taste of Fillmore -Fashion and Food Block Party on Fillmore Street

"Fillmore Street celebrates the superb restaurants and boutiques in the neighborhood with the First Annual Taste of Fillmore. The public will be able to experience a fine selection of Fillmore Street shops with live cooking demonstrations, fashion shows and food and wine tastings. The entire block will be closed off to street traffic, turning the block into a fashion and food extravaganza.

Taste of Fillmore invites everyone to come and savor a day of free entertainment, including live jazz.

For the food and wine connoisseur, tastings from a variety of restaurants will line the block. Tasting tickets can be purchased before or at the event.

The fashion show is showcasing the top boutiques on Fillmore Street including dogs that are up for adoption from Pets Unlimited and fun styles from consignment shops."

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