This year's "YUM: A Taste of Immigrant City," takes place April 25 at The Center for Arts at the Armory, and tickets are now available.
The food event celebrates the culinary, and overall, diversity of Somerville, and it benefits The Welcome Project, a Somerville immigrant advocacy group.
"YUM: A Taste of Immigrant City," features tastings from several of Somerville's ethnic restaurants, representing cuisine from places like Ethiopia, Nepal, Brazil, Turkey, Mexico, Italy, Portugal and elsewhere.
In addition to the tasting event, residents can also purchase the YUM card. It costs $10 and provides cardholders with a 10 percent discount at participating restaurants.
Here's a list of the restaurants participating in this year's YUM:
- Aguacate Verde, Mexican
- Amelia’s Kitchen, Italian
- Gauchoa, Brazilian
- Fasika, Ethiopian
- Istanbul'lu, Turkish
- Masala, Nepali and Indian
- Maya Sol, Mexican
- Los Paisanos, Mexican
- Sabur, Mediterranean
- Yak & Yeti, Nepali and Indian
- The Neighborhood Restaurant & Bakery, Portuguese
You can find more information at yumsomerville.org.