University City Taste is rescheduled for Sept. 29

Sep 21, 2016 | Events

The Charlotte Chamber’s University City Taste has been rescheduled to Thursday, Sept. 29, due to concerns about continued demonstrations this week throughout Charlotte. Tickets already purchased will be honored.

If you have not yet bought your tickets, we strongly encourage you to find out what this great event is all about.

Event details

This popular Charlotte Chamber University City Chapter event, presented by University City Partners and Truliant Federal Credit Union, provides an enjoyable evening of socializing and networking on our beautiful lakeside boardwalk while treating participants and guests to samples from University Place restaurants, live jazz music and more.

The sixth annual University City Taste will take place from 5:30 to 8 pm Thursday, Sept. 29, on the lakefront at The Shoppes at University Place, 8929 J.M. Keynes Drive.

This annual event by the Charlotte Chamber University City Chapter provides a unique outdoor setting where members of our business community as well as the general public can come together to meet, sample foods from several restaurants and stroll the lakefront.

Meet our sponsors

Several businesses are helping make the 2016 event possible, including:

  • Event Host: The Shoppes at University Place
  • Food and beverage sponsors: Boardwalk Billy’s, Ciro’s Italian Restaurant, House of Leng, Famous Toastery, The Wine Vault, Zapata’s Mexican Restaurant
  • Lake Sponsors: The Country Inn and Suites by Carlson, University; First Citizens Bank; IKEA; and Server of Northeast Mecklenburg
  • In-Kind Sponsors: CORT, CharlotteVibe Photography, the University City YMCA and Diamond Springs


Tickets are $10 in advance if purchased at University City YMCA, 8100 Old Mallard Creek Road; $11 if purchased in advance online; and $15 at the event. The ticket provides free food samples, beverages, live entertainment and a paddleboat ride. Register online.

Learn more

To learn more about the event and the University City Chapter, contact Cherise Walker at 704-378-4106 or, or visit the chapter website.


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