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Taste Trail returns to Salisbury

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Salisbury Tatse TrailSalisbury Tatse TrailA ‘culinary pathway’ through Salisbury returns to the city next week.

Produced by Ageas Salisbury International Arts Festival and sponsored by Salisbury BID, Salisbury Taste Trail gives visitors the chance to try some of the city’s delicious food and drink offerings.

Taste Trail tokens are now on sale at Salisbury Information Centre. Tokens cost £3 each or £12 for five. New for 2017 is a £5 premium token that can be used at selected venues.

Tokens can then be traded for dishes and drinks at participating venues – including Baroushka, The Bell Tower Tea Rooms, Bird & Carter Farm Shop, Chequers Cafe, The Cozy Club, The Cross Keys Restaurant, Fisherton Mill, Henderson's Artisan Bakery & Cafe, Koh Thai Tapas, The Old Ale & Coffee House, The Refectory, Regent, Waitrose Cookery School, Well Natural, and The Yard from Friday 14 to Sunday 23 July.

Alison Pascalidis, festival development manager, said: “We are delighted that the Taste Trail is back as it was very popular last year and we are very grateful to Salisbury BID for their continued support.

“There are lots of venues taking part in and around Salisbury, with some delicious food and drink offerings.”

Steph Shearing, events and marketing manager for Salisbury BID said: “Salisbury BID are pleased to once again support the Salisbury Taste Trail, this event creates a culinary pathway through the city and encourage residents and visitors to experience multiple food and drink venues they may not have experienced before.

“Salisbury is lucky to have such a diverse array of dining opportunities and this event really showcases the mouth-watering offer available.”