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New York’s most mouthwatering weekend is almost upon us. From October 16-19, the 2014 Food Network New York City Wine & Food Festival will be taking the Big Apple by storm and tickets are still available for some of the most anticipated events and food-fueled festivities. Don’t miss out on the chance to experience world-class cuisine, wine and spirits, while mingling with culinary legends, superstar chefs and your favorite TV personalities.
Presented by Food & Wine, this four-day epicurean extravaganza is the only place where you can take down tacos and tequila with Bobby Flay, party in a pastry wonderland with Dominique Ansel, belly up to brunch and Bloodys with the Chopped judges, tailgate with Joe Namath, Mario Batali and the NY Jets, and rock ‘n’ roll with Morimoto and friends at a late-night karaoke and sushi soirée.
Snag still-available tickets to savor Southern-style brunch with Trisha Yearwood, crush pizza with (my Jersey girl crush) Jon Bon Jovi at La Sagra Slices, and curb every craving imaginable at the Saturday and Sunday Grand Tastings.
There are events to please every palate and at every price point—with locations from Manhattan’s West Side to Queens. And the best part is: proceeds from the festival benefit the Food Bank For New York City and Share Our Strength‘s No Kid Hungry campaign. Tickets are going fast—grab yours today and get ready to wine and dine to help end hunger.
Check out my coverage from previous NYCWFFs here, and let me know which events you’ll be attending. Hope to see you there!
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It’s almost that time of year again! From September 29-October 2, the 2011 Food Network New York City Wine & Food Festival will be taking the Big Apple by storm, and tickets are still available for some of the most fun-filled festivities. Don’t miss out on the chance to experience world-class food, wine and spirits events featuring culinary legends, local chefs and everyone’s favorite Food Network personalities.
Presented by Food & Wine, this 4-day culinary showcase is the only place where you can party in Guy Fieri’s Garage, show off your bowling skills to Anne Burrell, go mad for Giada de Laurentiis’s meatballs, and grab a late-night slice of Paulino’s pizza with Spike Mendelsohn. Shellfish lovers can get crackin’ at Dream Beach with George’s Stone Crab and Claire Robinson and hobnob over bubbly at Ted Allen’s Oyster Bash. Succumb to sugar shock at Sandra Lee’s SWEET, celebrate the city’s best fare on four wheels at Andrew Zimmern’s Carts in the Parc, or be one of the lucky few to witness Morimoto’s legendary live karaoke. And you can curb every craving imaginable at the Grand Tasting, a day-long extravaganza of sampling, sipping, signings, demos and always a few surprises.
There’s something for everyone and at every price point, with locations from Manhattan’s West Side to Brooklyn. And the best part is: proceeds of the festival benefit the Food Bank for New York City and Share Our Strength. Tickets are on sale now, but going fast. Snag yours today and get ready to eat, drink and help end hunger.
Check out my coverage from last year’s NYCWFF here, and let me know which events you’ll be attending. Hope to see you there!