TRIBECA — Forget that bake sale — TriBeCa's Parent Teacher Associations are raising money with a foodie-approved fest.
Tickets are on sale now for the annual school benefit Taste of Tribeca, which brings together some of the city's best restaurants, serving small bites of their favorite foods.
The fundraiser, in its 22nd year, raises money for the neighborhood's P.S. 234 and P.S. 150.
More than 70 Downtown restaurants — including newer participants like upscale farm-to-table eatery Little Park — are set to line Duane Street on May 21 for the outdoor food festival, which raises thousands of dollars for arts and enrichment programs.
A number of restaurants, including The Odeon, Bubby's and Tribeca Grill have worked with the fundraiser since its start, according to organizers.
A general "tasting ticket" buys six small plates of your choosing from the participating restaurants. Tickets are $55 if bought on the day, or $45 if purchased online.
Taste of Tribeca will take place May 21 from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Duane Street between Greenwich and Hudson streets. For more information, and ticket purchase, check out the event's website.