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Taste of Williamson honors many local restaurants while helping those in need

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Taste of Williamson

Chef JJ Aguilera prepares food samples for guests at Taste of Williamson County.

From burger sliders to sushi and many other food options in between, 40 restaurants served up their fare at the 17th annual Taste of Williamson on Sunday at CoolSprings Galleria. 

Williamson County Mayor Rogers Anderson served as the honorary chair for this year’s event. 

Benefiting United Way of Williamson County, over 2,000 people attended the annual fundraiser that funds 42 different programs in the community, according to Angela Stafford, CFO. 

“Taste of Williamson is a great event that brings together the restaurants in the area and gives the community a chance to try new things,” she said. 

The 42 different programs United Way funds help seniors and kids while also addressing mental health and hunger needs in the community. 

“It goes directly back to the partner agencies that we fund throughout the year and their programs,” Stafford said. 

Taste of Williamson Award Winners 

Taste of Williamson attendees and judges voted on their favorite local restaurants that participated in the event. 

Here are the voting results: 

Winners of People’s Choice

Favorite Savory: Franklin Burger Co. and Nama Sushi Bar

Favorite Sweet: Triple Crown Bakery

Best New Discovery: Franklin Burger Co.

Most likely to visit again: Franklin Burger Co.

Most Festive Booth: Triple Crown Bakery

Judge’s Choice Awards

Best Restaurant: Tito's Mexican Restaurant

Best Dessert: Triple Crown Bakery

Best Overall: Menu Maker Catering & Events

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