Bobbie McFarland
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Calling all restaurants, caterers, food vendors and breweries . . . This year’s Taste of Northeast will kick off the holidays once again with fabulous food and fun, and we’d like to invite you to be part of the excitement!  Join us:


Thursday, November 14, 2019

5:30 – 8:30 PM

at the Hurst Conference Center

1601 Campus Drive – Hurst, Texas 76054


You are invited to offer over 1,000 guests some of your fantastic food to taste during the 20th annual Taste of Northeast as they shop the gift market, listen to music, view art, and bid on auction items.  In return, your business will be promoted with media advertising, along with posters and flyers circulated all over North Tarrant County!  We will provide:

  • Lots of hungry guests, eager to sample your food
  • Selection of booth location at the event – (first ones to return forms and make commitment)
  • 10’ x 10’ or 8’ x 12’ booth with skirted serving table and a side/back table
  • Restaurant signage
  • Trash cans and pick up
  • Six (6) vendor passes to the event

      Note:  There is a $40 charge for electricity – only 110V available


You are asked to provide:

  • “Tastes” of your favorite menu items
  • Paper and plastic products
  • Serving utensils
  • Containers for waste water disposal
  • Temporary Health Permit
  • Auction Item valued at $50 or above
  • You may bring your own ice however; you may also purchase ice from Hurst Conference Center.


Restaurants will compete for “Best Decorated Booth,” as well as 1st, 2nd and 3rd place for “Taster’s Choice”, judged by local dignitaries. Create an artistic and tasty masterpiece with your booth and win!


Through sponsorships, ticket sales, and auction revenue, this event funds Arts Council programs including our Community Arts Programs:  Summer Arts Camps which had 278 children participating last summer where we were able to offer 177 full and/or partial scholarships, Art on Wheels that serves Senior Citizens at area Senior Centers and retirement communities and intellectually disabled individuals. Moreover, in partnership with the Texas Commission on the Arts, we have given over $1.8 million in grants to various entities to support the arts in our communities. In conjunction with our 16 partner cities, we present 60+ MasterWorks concerts throughout the year, continuing our mission of making the arts accessible to all.


Early commitment brings you prime booth location and maximum advertising exposure.  If you have any questions, please contact the office at 817-283-3406.

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