Taste of Wentzville offers more than 30 foods for people to sample.
It was a beautiful day for the seventh annual Taste of Wentzville just outside the Wentzville Community Club. Participants paid $15 to taste what Wentzville’s restauranteurs had to offer as well as two drinks. Children got in for $6. Each food vendor had three dishes for people to try. From Qdoba’s hot queso dip to West Allen Grill’s barbecue. Organizers added a few extras to this year’s event to make it more family-oriented. There was a large bounce house for kids and Mother Goose held story-time for the children. O'Fallon band "Fog" also performed.
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Food tasting, autumn festival will be held at the Wentzville Community Club.
The seventh annual Taste of Wentzville, put on by the Wentzville Chamber of Commerce, Wentzville Rotary Club and the city of Wentzville is this Thursday. The event will run from 4-8 p.m. at the Wentzville Community Club. Tickets are $15 for unlimited tasting and two drink tickets. VIP tickets, which include entrance to the VIP tent and an open bar, are $30. Children's tickets are $6. According to Chamber Director Tony Mathews, the event is geared more toward families this year. "We will have a bounce house, pumpkin painting, face painting, storytime and live music," he said. Each restaurant will have three different items for tasting. "That's 45 different food items for people to try," Mathews said. Participating restaurants include: …