OOver 35 restaurants and food trucks, and nine craft brewers, have teamed up to create this county-wide mega foodie event. Enjoy outrageous sandwiches from Licking County’s best for one special week. Sink your teeth into an extraordinary variety of tastiness whipped up especially for this week. Then pair those bunfull delights with a pour of the county’s best craft brew. All helping to support The Food Pantry Network of Licking County.
1. Try new places
Venture out of your familiar spots and explore different locations and tastes. Even better, plan to dine out daily throughout Licking Co.TBCB Week.
2. Be kind
Restaurants will make every effort to have enough food on hand each day but don’t be surprised if some run out before you get yours. If that happens, stay cool, order something else, grab a beer and come back earlier another day.
3. Be grateful
The entire restaurant staff really bust their tail during events like this. So be extra nice and tip generously.
4. Grow the love
Food Pantry Network of Licking County is counting on us! Every restaurant, truck, and brewer participating in TBCB Week has made a donation and now you can too. Buy tickets to our kickoff tap party and concert March 24 at Thirty One West and buy tickets to our beer fest and food truck rally March 31.
5. And, oh yes
Licking Co.TBCB Week specials are generally available for lunch and dinner hours, but check hours before you go. Of course tax and gratuity are extra.
The Food Pantry Network of Licking County is a cooperative serving the county since 1981. FPN has the enormous task of coordinating the acquisition and distribution of emergency food supplies through 32 member pantries and social service agencies. These groups distribute food or provide on-site feeding programs for the needy. The need to feed children, adults, and seniors in our community never ends.