Taste of Highlands drew neighbors to West 32nd Avenue on Saturday for bites and beers from local restaurants and breweries. More than fifteen eateries served everything from grilled sausages to haute-cuisine small bites. This was the third annual Taste of Highland and this year included newcomers Solitaire, Brazen and Small Wonder Food & Wine as well as returning favorites Mead Street Station, Little Man Ice Cream and Old Major. See our complete slideshow from photographer Philip Poston for more photos.
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