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Latrobe Art Center tasting event to highlight local eateries

Shirley McMarlin
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Local restaurants and breweries will be featured at the Sept. 20 Taste of the Neighborhood at Latrobe Art Center. Here, Maria Simon (left) of Greensburg and Lucciena Petrella of Bovard enjoy the center’s March 1 tasting event.

Latrobe Art Center will provide a taste of what various local restaurants have to offer at Taste of the Neighborhood, set for 5:30-8 p.m. Sept. 20.

The aptly named Heavenly Biscuits will provide music.

Pizza and appetizers will be provided by Chef Dato’s Table, Hotel Loyal, Michelle’s Lair, Palombo’s Italian Restaurant, Ricolita’s Cafe, Rosemary’s Country Kitchen and Touchdown Club II.

Latrobe Dairy Queen will serve up sweet treats.

Visitors 21 and older can sample beverages from All Saints Brewing Co., Four Seasons Brewing Co., Sobel’s Obscure Brewery and Raspberry Acres Winery @Eclectique.

A ticket is $25.

The center is located at 819 Ligonier St. in downtown Latrobe.

Details: 724-537-7011 or latrobeartcenter.org

Shirley McMarlin is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Shirley at 724-836-5750, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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