The 9th Annual Wine Stroll will be in Downtown Royal Oak on Saturday, May 18, 2013 from 12 p.m. – 5 p.m.! Tickets are on sale now and quantities are limited! Participating restaurants and retailers to offer wine samples and signature hors d’oeuvres for strollers; proceeds to benefit Boys and Girls Clubs of South Oakland County.
Wine Stroll offers patrons the opportunity to sample a variety of wines and signature dishes from more than 20 participating restaurants and retailers.
Participating restaurant locations include: 526 Main, Andiamo Royal Oak, BlackFinn American Saloon, Fifth Avenue, Gemmayze Lebanese Kitchen & Lounge, Mr. B’s Pub, Oak City Grille, O’Tooles, Oxford Inn, Pronto!, Red Fox English Pub, Rock on Third, Star Lanes at Emagine Royal Oak, Tom’s Oyster Bar, Vinotecca and Woody’s Diner.
Participating retail locations include: Cloverleaf Fine Wine & Craft Beer, Creative Arts Studio, Infinity Jewelers, Metals in Time, and Stella Boutique.
Several other retail locations will be offering appetizers and/or discounts for wine strollers, including Douglas J Aveda Institute, L’esprit Academy and Shapes Boutique.
New check-in and registration information: New this year, guests will be able to check-in at 11am. While the event still starts at 12pm, the extra time will help get guests through the lines more quickly and be ready to go by the time the event starts! Check-in has also been relocated to Fifth Street between Center and Washington Streets.
Tickets are $40 in advance or $50 on the day of the event. Ticket quantities are limited and the event SELLS OUT, therefore interested guests are encouraged to purchase theirs early! Tickets are available at participating restaurant and retail locations prior to the event, or online at neptix.com. Any available remaining tickets will be available for purchase at check-in.
All wine strollers are required to bring a valid ID and start at the event check-in tent to get their lanyards.
With their mission to aide young people, The Boys and Girls Clubs of Southeast Oakland County provides a safe place for children to learn and grow, as well as life-enhancing programs and character development experiences.
This event is sponsored by the Royal Oak Restaurant Association in conjunction with Downtown Royal Oak. For more information please visit www.rorainfo.com or www.downtownroyaloak.org or call 248-246-3065.