Sold out 23rd Taste was recipe for success

With over 900 hungry mouths to feed, diners were on the move taste testing the various food options.

Each year the Rotary Club of Claremont’s Taste of Claremont seems to grow. This year all 935 tickets were sold, with hungry partygoers lining up 45 minutes before the event started. With dozens of food and drink vendors bringing their very best to this big dinner party, the warm Saturday evening was perfect to wine and dine, greet friends, and contribute to a good cause. Last year’s Taste of Claremont raised more than $75,000 for charitable organizations in and around the city. Expectations are high 2024 will meet or exceed that total. Courier photos/Peter Weinberger

Business was brisk at Inka Trails Restaurant, which offered its authentic Peruvian cuisine.


Several large tents assured the event would be prepared for any type of weather. Vendors can be seen lined up in the back of the photo.


Claremont Rotarian Kebokile Dengu-Zvobgo relaxes with other members of the club during the event.


Claremont Rotary Club president Nona Tirre, center, at Saturday’s Taste of Claremont.


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