Savor Santa Ana is a fun night of friends and food in DTSA.
Here's how it works: on Thursday, September 14th from 5pm-9:30pm, $10 gets your five tasting tickets to use at your choice of around 40 distinctive restaurants and artisanal food producers across DTSA!
Savor Santa Ana is a walking event: your tastings will occur at many different restaurants that you will walk around to. If you want to be whisked to the next location, hop on to our free historic trolley for a tasty trip to your next destination.
We will be publishing menu items and food pics as the event gets closer. Learn more at savorsantaana.com.
40+ PARTICIPATING RESTAURANTS IN 2017!!!
Three Pug Bakery
4th Street Market
Alta Baja Market
Blackmarket Bakery DTSA
C4 Deli: Cure for the Common
Chapter One: the modern local
The Copper Door
Diego's Rock-n-Roll Bar & Eats
El Mercado Modern Cuisine
Electric City Butcher
Front Porch Pops
The Good Beer Company
La Michoacana Premium Santa Ana Downtown
La Panzano Gourmet
La Rinconada Restaurant
Native Son Alehouse
McFadden Public Market
Mix Mix Kitchen Bar
Portola Coffee Lab
Rasoi Curry Point
The Robbins Nest Wine Bar
Stockyard Sandwich Co.
Sweet Mission Cookie Co
Yojie Japanese Fondue Downtown Santa Ana
*List subject to change
— Restaurant Tastings and East End Incubator Kitchen Tastings
— Old Fashioned Trolley
— Music, Exploring and Hanging Out!
— Cool craft beer and cocktails for the adults!
— Win prizes like $100 Photo course gift certificates to the California Center for Digital Arts by entering the Savor photo contest. Just upload photos from Savor with the #SavoSantaAna and tag @dtsantaana.
You get 5 tasting tickets for $10 and use your senses (or our handy map!) to guide yourself around DTSA. You can buy tickets online or at the event with cash at 4th St. and Spurgeon St. starting at 4:30pm on September 14th.
Downtown Santa Ana is an independent and unexpected urban center for Orange County where visitors and locals enjoy the cutting edge of Orange County's emerging arts and farm-to-table restaurant, craft beer and cocktail scenes.
Photo by Brian Feinzimer