Viewfinder: Taste of Norcross High

A huge success, the ninth annual fundraising event brought together thousands of people from the Norcross and Peachtree Corners communities.

If the number of people who attended the Taste of Norcross High is any measure of its success, then this year's annual event was a barnburner.

Over 2,200 people attended the event, now in its ninth year.  Community supporters from Peachtree Corners and Norcross packed the high school's lunch room and gymnasium Friday night.

Some 30 restaurants from both cities participated providing free tastings of their signature dishes and surrounding businesses donated goods and services for the silent auction.

Both Peachtree Corners mayor Mike Mason, and Norcross mayor Bucky Johnson were there to lend support - and to sample the food provided by the community restaurants.

The food and auction items were donated with all proceeds benefiting the athletic and activities departments of the high school.

Patch was on hand to capture the event in pictures - if you've got some of your own taken of the 9th Annual Taste of Norcross High, use the link with the camera icon (marked upload your photos and videos).

Participating restaurants:

  • Atlanta Bread Company
  • Baba's Gyro & Kabob
  • Bleu House Café & Market
  • California Pizza Kitchen
  • Caribou Coffee
  • Chamberlain's Chocolate Factory
  • Chick-Fil-A
  • Corner Bakery Cafe'
  • Dominick's Dreamland Bar-B-Que
  • Firenze Ristorante Flying Biscuit Cafe'
  • Great Harvest Bread Co.
  • Ippolito's
  • J. Alexander's
  • Kiko's Mexican Restaurant
  • LaNonna's Italian
  • Lenny's Sub Shop 
  • Little Caesar's Pizza
  • Lon U Chinese & Thai
  • L.O.Vee my Cupcakes
  • Mambo Italiano
  • Mojito's Cuban America Bistro
  • Panera Bread Bakery Cafe'
  • Peterbrooke Chocolatier
  • Riverside Pizza Rajdhani Shane's Rib Shack
  • Trader Joe's
  • Yogurtland

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