Vendor spots sold out earlier this week, which means more restaurants than ever will be serving up tasty noshes during A Taste of Grandview Heights on Sunday.

Vendor spots sold out earlier this week, which means more restaurants than ever will be serving up tasty noshes during A Taste of Grandview Heights on Sunday. Just blocks from the neighborhood's thriving downtown strip, the annual event will feature sample portions from Third and Hollywood, Trattoria Roma, Jimmy V's, Mazah, Cap City Fine Diner and about 15 other restaurants and food carts. Admission is free, with small plates running from $1 to $5. Live music and a kids' play zone will round out the afternoon.