DATE: Sunday, September 22, 2019, 11AM-4PM (rain or shine)LOCATION: K Street, NW (between Wisconsin Avenue and Thomas Jefferson Street)ATTENDEES: 8,500+WEBSITE: www.tasteofgeorgetown.com **All restaurants must be physically located in Georgetown to participate.**
PARTICIPATING RESTAURANTS WILL RECEIVE THE FOLLOWING FROM WASHINGTONIAN:- One 10’x10’ tented booth with signage- One 8’x3’ table for the front of your booth to serve from- One 8’x18” table for the back of booth for setup/staging- Utensils, plates, bowls, cups, and napkins (please use the form below to specify) - A sign for participating restaurants to place in their window and imagery for digital/social media promotion- Exposure on the following: event website, promotional add in Washingtonian, email blasts, social media outreach, etc.
PARTICIPATING RESTAURANTS MUST PROVIDE:- Approximately 800-900 Food/Non-alcoholic beverage samples for 8,500 attendees (restaurants are not permitted to serve alcoholic beverages of any kind)- Linen for the front 8’x3’ table within your booth- All supplies needed to meet health requirements (i.e. gloves, hats, hand washing station, thermometers, etc)
ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS & AGREEMENT:- Set-up must be complete by 10AM on Sunday, September 22, 2019. Break-down is not permitted until 4PM. - A representative from the restaurant to be present for the entirety of the event regardless of food supply. - Menu items and utensil and serving dish requirements must be submitted by August 17.- Restaurant must charge 1 tasting ticket for each tasting (average value: $4). Portion size should be proportional to cost.- Each restaurant is required to pay a $500 participation fee. Fifty percent (50%) of all proceeds made by each restaurant the day-of will automatically be retained to cover the cost of the event. The restaurant has the option to donate the remainder of its ticket sales or retain to cover expenses. The average ticket is valued at $4, and this is the amount that will be applied to your revenue share. The $500 participation fee will be deducted from the 50% of proceeds owed to you.- A representative to the Health Inspection meeting approximately three-weeks prior to the event to ensure that your restaurant(s) meets all health codes for an outdoor food festival