The 21st annual Taste of Adams Avenue, sponsored by US Bank, will take place on Sunday, June 26, 11:00 am to 3:00 pm, along Adams Avenue, from University Heights through Normal Heights to Kensington. This year’s event will feature 40 Adams Avenue restaurants, coffee houses, breweries, wine bars, and exceptional eateries in one of San Diego’s most outstanding neighborhoods.
The 2022 Taste of Adams Avenue will feature the following participants*; An’s Dry Cleaning, Blackmarket Bakery, Blind Lady Ale House, Brother’s Mexican Restaurant, Cabetos Pops, Chris’ Ono Grinds, Clem’s, Daofu, Dia del Café, El Zarape, Et Voila French Bistro, Fortunate Son Chinese, Fruit Things, Gluten Free Baking Company, Hawthorn Coffee, Incredible Cheesecake Company, Kensington Café, Lestat’s Coffee House, Liquid Eden Holistic Center, Maya Moon Collective, Nozaru Ramen, Paleo Treats, Ponce’s Mexican Restaurant, The Rabbit Hole, Rosie O’Grady’s, Savio’s Pizza, Senor Mangos Juice House, Ska Bar, Stehly Farms Market, Subway Sandwiches, Sukho Thai Extraordinaire, Tachido Sushi, Tajima Ramen Bar, Thai Joint, The Haven Pizzeria, Twiggs Bakery and Coffeehouse, and Village Vino. Each participant will create a taste of their house specialty. In addition, local brewers’ Kensington Brewing Company, and Little Miss Brewing will be pouring their superb suds for beer lovers (21 & up only).
Taste of Adams Avenue tickets are $40 in advance, and $45 day of the event, if we don’t sell out! Advance tickets may be purchased online only at this time, at; Tickets available at participating Taste locations starting on June 10th.
This year’s taste attendees can access this distinct event by foot, bike, or by complimentary trolley service available along Adams Avenue during the event. In addition to this appetizing walk-about, many unique shops along the Adams Avenue business corridor will be open.
For information, please call the Adams Avenue Business Association at (619) 282-7329.
* Participating restaurants are subject to change
Taste of Adams Avenue is presented by the Adams Avenue Business Association, a non-profit organization, whose mission is to promote and revitalize the Adams Avenue business corridor, and is made up of area businesses and property owners.