Mick Suwannalerd and Rosie Itti get Khu Larb Thai/Little Rose Restaurant ready for the Taste of Port Townsend on Thursday with new tablecloths purchased from What’s Cookin’ Kitchen Store in Port Townsend. — Elizabeth Becker/Seaport Photography

Mick Suwannalerd and Rosie Itti get Khu Larb Thai/Little Rose Restaurant ready for the Taste of Port Townsend on Thursday with new tablecloths purchased from What’s Cookin’ Kitchen Store in Port Townsend. — Elizabeth Becker/Seaport Photography

Taste of Port Townsend tickets available online through today

PORT TOWNSEND — Online tickets are available through today for this week’s Taste of Port Townsend.

Each ticket will pay for admission to nine restaurants offering tastes of their menus from 4 p.m. to

7:30 p.m. Thursday.

Tickets can be purchased online at www.eventbrite.com.

They can be purchased until the day of the event, if the 300 available aren’t sold out, at the Safeway on Sims Way, Quimper Sound at 211 Taylor St., or The Food Co-op.

Tickets are $30 for adults and $20 for children.

The Taste of Port Townsend has been a fundraiser for the Port Townsend Main Street Program for 24 years.

Last year’s event sold out, said Mari Mullen, director of Port Townsend Main Street.

Venues, menus

The 2014 Taste of Port Townsend lineup and menus are:

■   The Food Co-op, 414 Kearney St. — Emerald greens, edamame and corn salad

■   The Belmont Restaurant, 925 Water St. — Hibachi beef

■   Jordini’s, 929 Water St. — Mini sandwiches, lobster chowder, and bread pudding with caramel sauce

■   The Tin Brick, 232 Taylor St. — Wood-fired pizza: samples of margherita, caprese, pop pie, roasted chicken pie, classic and buffalo chicken pie

■   Silverwater Cafe, 237 Taylor St. — Smoked prawn crostino, Red Dog Farms arugula pesto and citrus fromage blanc

■   Khu Larb Thai, 225 Adams St. — Vegetarian curry basil noodles, tamarind chicken and “Sai Oui,” which is northern Thai-style pork sausage

■   Sirens Seafood Bar, 823 Water St. — Shipwrecked oysters, caramelized shallots, spinach and an Asiago cheese and bread crumb top; Puget Sound boil (admission to those 21 and older only)

■   The Boiler Room, 711 Water St. — Homemade cookies, including the new Chai-doodle, along with Sunrise coffee and homemade chai

■   Elevated Ice Cream & Candy Co., 631 Water St. — Handmade chocolates and fudges

For more information, visit www.ptmainstreet.org or phone 360-385-7911.

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