Neighborfood - Mountain View

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Neighborfood is an afternoon celebration to food, family, and the community we live in.

A neighborhood is defined by the community within it, so, for one afternoon, we will be inviting your neighbors to live it, love it, and eat in it, because as Virginia Woolf said “One cannot think well, love well, sleep well, if one has not dined well.”

We will be dining at 8 different restaurants in a local neighborhood, all within walking distance. Your ticket will include food at each participating location, with drink specials to be offered.

Proceeds benefit Arts Council Silicon Valley.

Our featured restaurants/menus include: -Scott's Seafood- Tuna tartare -Hangen- Firecracker Chicken -Asian Box- Shrimp Spring Rolls -Bangkok Spoon- Golden Bag (pork, shrimp, mushroom, & ginger dumpling) -Taqueria La Bamba- Cheese and Fried Pork Pupusas -Yoogl- Assorted Gelato -191 Restaurant & Bar- Cheese or Pepperoni personal pizza! -Workshop Burgers- All American Cheeseburger Slider w/ house fries

How does it work?: A ticket is your invitation to dine at all 8 participating locations. During check-in, on the day of, you will receive a food map, which shows you all the places you will try and love.

Are tickets available day of?: Yes, but they will be $45 at check in, right now they are $40.

Time: The event takes place from 2pm-5pm.

Where to Meet Us: Scott's Seafood! Located at: 420 Castro St, Mountain View, CA 94041

I’m a Vegetarian: We love and respect vegetarians, and there may be vegetarian dishes at various places, but, we cannot guarantee vegetarian options or any other dietary restrictions.

Cancellation Policy: Cancellations are taken within 48 hours advance notice. All Dishcrawl events are rain or shine.

Questions?: My name is Wes, your Dishcrawl Ambassador for the South Bay! You can e-mail me at

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ):

Are kids welcome? Yes, we love kids! Although, participating locations have the right to refuse service to anyone.

Do kids need a ticket? No, they only need a ticket if they are eating. Your ticket entails you to just one dish at each participating location. For our younger neighbors, we recommend one ticket for two kids to share.

About Dishcrawl (We curate experience!): Here at Dishcrawl, we are proud to say that what started off as a simple idea to explore different foods, restaurants, and neighborhoods in our local area has blossomed into who we are today, a company that is dedicated to re-imagining the way people experience food, drink, and their local communities.

Kat, Raymond, Kevin, Laurie, Carolyn and 108 others are attending Neighborfood - Mountain View

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