HAGERSTOWN, MD - Restaurants in downtown Hagerstown want you to taste some of its best dishes, without taking too much out of your pocket.
Twelve restaurants are participating in the "Taste of The Arts" event Thursday night.
People will be able to try culinary treats from a number of places on Washington, Franklin and Potomac streets.
The money raised will go towards the Maryland Theatre and the Barbara Ingram School for the Arts.
Restaurant owners hope this will attract more people to the downtown area.
"We want to make sure people know that we're here that we have a lot of exceptional restaurants, we have a lot of exception businesses that are here and we want to invite people to come in and sample some things on our menu," says Trista Kruse, the general manager for Bulls & Bears.
"Taste of the Arts" will be held from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Thursday.
Uncle Louie G's Homemade Italian Ices & Ice Cream, 34 E. Washington Street
Bulls & Bears Pub & Restaurant, 38 S. Potomac Street
Taj India, 28 S. Potomac Street
Rocky's Pizza & Caffee Napoli, 40 N. Potomac Street
Schmankerl Stube, 58 S. Potomac Street
Skyline Coffee Co., 2 W. Washington Street
The Rhubarb House, 12 Public Square
Leiters Fine Catering Inc., 28 S. Potomac Street
AVA, 28 S. Potomac Street
The Peach Pub, 43 S. Potomac Street
Durango Restaurant, 12 E. Washington Street
Laila's Kitchen, 4 E. Franklin Street
To purchase tickets, call 301-790-2000 or stop by the Maryland Theatre at 21 S. Potomac Street. Click here to buy tickets online.
If you get your ticket stamped at every restaurant, you will be eligible to enter a raffle with a number of prizes.