Eat Cambridge is an annual festival, now in its 4th year, celebrating all of the delicious things to eat in drink in and around Cambridge. A headline event on 7th May is followed by two weeks of fringe events all over the city. It’s a great opportunity to try new things, or to take advantage of special events at your favourite places.
Mill Road will be represented at the banner event at the Guildhall, with Culinaris Fine Food and Spices and Hot Numbers both making appearances.
Between 8 May and 22 May, there will be events at Culinaris, Hot Numbers, Garden Kitchen, and Limoncello. You can find the full Eat Cambridge event schedule at their website, or take a look below to find out more about what’s going on along Mill Road.
Coffee and Chocolate at Hot Numbers, 5/6 Dale’s Brewery, Gwydir St. at 7 pm (tickets at the cafe’s website or in cafe)
Garden Kitchen in Bloom! – a special all-day event at Garden Kitchen, 82 Mill Road, celebrating the best seasonal snacks and treats. Its the first of a series of pop-ups at Garden Kitchen over the course of festival, so keep checking back.
Eat Mill Road Walking Tour with Caroline Biggs and Alan Brigham from 2:00-3:30 (book here!)
Cupping & Coffee appreciation at Hot Numbers at 7 pm
Culinaris Cheese, Beer, Bread & Butter at Culinaris, 88 Mill Road, from 7-9 pm. Email email@example.com or stop into the shop
Coffee Cocktails at Hot Numbers, 7 pm.
Throughout the Festival: Limoncello tasting at Limoncello, 212 Mill Road – a great deal at £5 (vs. the usual £15)! Stop in anytime during the Festival to try a range of limoncello varieties.
It’s worth taking in as much of the Festival as possible, but if the options have you overwhelmed, Mill Road is an amazing place to start.