Thursday night is the 20th Anniversary of 'The Taste.' If you've never been to one of these benefits before, you're missing out.

It's a night of food, beverages, silent auctions, live music, fun, and best of all it is all for a great cause in helping The Food Bank For Larimer County.

When you walk in to The Taste you'll see twenty-nine restaurants and close to twenty wineries and breweries all showcasing some delicious foods and beverages for you to sample.(Trust me, come hungry!) And while your eating and drinking your night away there are hundreds of silent auction items to bid on and live music from Mark Sloniker and The Nu Classics.

Sounds like a great night, doesn't it?

If you like helping others, if you like food, if you like drinks, if you like live can get it all at. Tickets are between $65-$100 which may seem expensive to a lot of us. But, I have never once walked out of The Taste feeling like I "overpaid". Plus, it benefits the food bank, so chalking that money up to charity as well as a great night out with dinner and drinks makes your tickets more than worth the price. (I'm my humble opinion anyways.)

I've been there for at least 6-year in a row (maybe more), and I don't plan on missing it anytime soon.

The Taste happens this Thursday night (April 18, 2013) from 5PM-9PM at the Fort Collins Hilton. (VIP admission starts at 5PM, general admission begins at 6PM.)

Enjoy an evening of delectable, delicious and delightful food and beverages from locally-owned restaurants, breweries and distillers. The Taste benefits the Food Bank of Larimer County and their efforts to reduce hunger.