Above: The lines for Rasa (below) and Raku Sakuru across the street were each so long they extended across Main Street, passing each other.
The one-week delay did not appear to dampen appetites on Main Street Thursday evening, when many venues set up on the sidewalk to offer samples from their kitchens for the Taste of EG Stroll. With Main Street closed between London and Division streets, there was plenty of room for strollers to spread out. Thanks to the EG Chamber of Commerce for organizing, to the businesses who participated, and to the town for its help.
That’s it on the Summer 2021 Stroll Season. Until next year!
Sampling the fare at Raku Sakura.
Kids delight in giant Jenga.
EG Chamber’s Steve Lombardi amidst the stroll.
Getting a taste of the pasta at Frank & John’s.
Sampling the fare at Revival.
Christine Mandese, the Plant Girl of Plant Girl Shop.
School Committee candidate Peter Carney in front of Sundance.
Nicole Bucka, School Committee candidate, campaigns near Town Hall.
Wide angle view of the Taste of EG Stroll.
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Main Street strolls aren’t what they used to be. I don’t get any notifications that they’re happening:(
This one was postponed a week but EG news will try harder to keep readers informed.