Progressive dining experience comes to Peoria

Park West, Peoria Education Foundation partner for Follow the Fork

Posted 7/7/21

Park West, 9744 W. Northern Ave., and the Peoria Education Foundation have teamed up to offer West Valley culinary enthusiasts an all-new progressive dining and entertainment event, Follow the Fork.

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Progressive dining experience comes to Peoria

Park West, Peoria Education Foundation partner for Follow the Fork

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Park West, 9744 W. Northern Ave., and the Peoria Education Foundation have teamed up to offer West Valley culinary enthusiasts an all-new progressive dining and entertainment event, Follow the Fork.

Taking place throughout the open-air shopping center, 6-8 p.m. Oct. 2, guests can enjoy tastings from participating restaurants at Park West along with live music, interactive art, photo opportunities and more, as they raise funds to support the work of Peoria Education Foundation.

“We’re so excited to partner with the Peoria Education Foundation and bring West Valley residents a fun way to try our fabulous new restaurant mix, many of which are first of a kind concepts on the west side,” said Kelly Price, Park West’s business development manager. “It’s our pleasure to offer our culinary community a comprehensive new event that serves a good cause that we all want to support — Peoria students!”

Peoria Education Foundation offers grants to teachers and provides scholarships to students in the Peoria Unified School District.

Participating restaurants include: BJ’s Steakhouse, Cabin Whiskey & Grill, Flemings Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar, Grimaldi’s Coal Brick-Oven Pizzeria, Jalapeno Inferno Bistro Mexicano, KASAI, Mary’s Mountain Cookies, Olive Gourmet, Pita Jungle, The Sicilian Butcher, Wildflower and Yama Sushi
General admission and VIP tickets can be purchased via shopparkwest.com.

VIP Tickets start at $50 and include a private VIP reception with refreshments at Sicilian Butcher 5:30-7 p.m.; exclusive “midnight snack” swag bag with cookie samples; beverages; tastings at participating restaurants; special VIP area and more. Doors open to the general public at 6 p.m.; general admission tickets are $25 and include tastings at participating restaurants and midnight snack swag bag.

For more information, visit @ShopatParkWest or shopparkwest.com.

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