Noodle Fest 2011

Noodle Fest 2011: Chinatown and North Beach, A Cultural and Culinary Celebration will be held on May 1st from 1pm to 5pm along Grant Avenue between Pacific and Vallejo Streets. Chinatown Community Development Center and North Beach Merchants Association are putting our second annual food festival so you can come out with your friends and family to sample delicious noodle and pasta dishes and drinks from over thirty restaurants from Chinatown and North Beach. Come eat great food, dance to live music, and watch chefs whip up exciting dishes before your eyes! Tickets can be bought at the door or online at www.noodlefest2011.eventbrite.com.  Hope to see you there!

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