Frequently Asked Questions
If you have more questions or would like to participate in 2020, please email us at email@example.com
Why should we participate?
A Taste of Glynn provides a unique opportunity to spotlight your business to over 800 current and potential patrons from our local area and receive multi-media recognition for participating in the primary fundraiser for Amity House/Glynn Community Crisis Center.
Can we use kitchen facilities at The King and Prince?
No, The King and Prince kitchen facilities are in use for their guests and are not available to A Taste of Glynn participants.
How many “tastes” should we be prepared to serve?
Typically 1,000 to 1,200 "tastes" are prepared for guests.
What portion size is a “taste”?
A “taste” means just enough so guests can experience your delicious featured dish and leave them wanting to come to your establishment for more.
What will be provided?
Space provided for each participating business will be approximately a 12-foot by 6-foot space, to accomodate up to 2 banquet tables (72-inch by 30-inch) and up to 2 classroom tables (72-inch by 18-inch). In case of inclement weather, plan your decorating needs so that they may be reduced by half so all participants can be accommodated indoors.
Event volunteers will be available to help unload and transport food and supplies to your assigned area prior to the event and to help with removal after the event.
Special site needs for booths (electrical needs, preference for Lanier Ballroom, ocean side lawn or poolside lawn) must be returned with restaurant agreement.
Participant booths must be set up and serving by 5:00 pm on January 19 for the arrival of our guests. Site access available at 3:00 pm
Booths must provide sample size containers. Consider portion size when planning how much food to prepare.