Scene in Edmonds: Judges pick their favorites at Taste, and Edmonds’ own Scott’s Bar and Grill wins twice

Tasteoff judges Courtney Generaus from ServPro and Kathy Passage, My Edmonds Restaurant News columnist, taste the Rigatoni Bolognese.

Tasteoff judge Courtney Generaux from ServPro marks her ballot while Kathy Passage, My Edmonds Restaurant News columnist, tastes the Rigatoni Bolognese.

One of Edmonds’ own came away with two top honors in the Taste of Edmonds Tasteoff Friday — where the judges choose their favorite dishes of The Taste. Scott’s Bar and Grill, located in the Lake Ballinger neighborhood, won for both best main dish — a Rigatoni Bolognese that drew rave reviews from the judges even before the ballots were counted — and best dessert, with its Key Lime Pie. Best Side Dish went to Corn Roasters, for its corn on the cob.

Scott's winning Key Lime Pie.

Scott’s winning Key Lime Pie.

A Taste of Edmonds, the annual festival hosted by the Edmonds Chamber of Commerce, runs through Sunday night at the Civic Center Playfield.

 A judge marks her ballot.

A judge marks her ballot.

Watch for ongoing coverage via My Edmonds News and My Edmonds News TV.

The Taste is the third largest three-day festival in Washington, featuring 35 food vendors, three stages of entertainment, 70 arts and crafts booths, beer and wine gardens, kids rides and more. It is consistently ranked among the “Top 100 North American Festivals.”

Volunteer Nick Esterly brings in a new set of Tasteoff entries.

Volunteer Nick Esterly brings in a new set of Tasteoff entries.

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  1. Here I am doing what I like best… eating great food! LOL! This was so much fun!

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