Tickets are now on sale for the 11th Annual Food Network & Cooking Channel New York City Wine & Food Festival. The festival runs from Thursday October 14th, 2018 thru Sunday October 14th, 2018 at various event venues throughout the city. Tickets can be purchased at a discount in packages that group several events together over the length of the festival or individually to suit your own preferences. Last year the 10th Annual NYCWFF saw 47,000 guests celebrate the joy of food and wine with celebrities from every corner of the food world and this year’s line up looks even more exciting. The roster of over 80 events and numerous personalities appearing is simply to long to report here. I suggest going to http://nycwff.org to review the dates and times of all the events to construct a plan for your visit. It would be beneficial to click on “Personalities” and scroll through the lengthly list to see if your favorites will be appearing and plan accordingly.
If you can’t find the answers to your question on the website here are some other information options. General information: firstname.lastname@example.org Ticket questions: 800-764-8773. Social media: @nycwff on twitter, Facebook and Instagram.
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The Food & Wine Classic in Aspen will be celebrated June 19-21, 2015 in Aspen, Colorado. Tickets are on sale now at www.foodandwine.com/classic or by phone at 877-900-wine. You can find answers to many of your questions by accessing the F.A.Q. tab on the above website. Some of the useful information that can be found there includes what a guest should wear when visiting the mountains at high altitude or whether pets or smoking will be allowed at any Food & Wine Classic Aspen events? The answer to both of those questions would be NO. These events provide a unique opportunity to meet and learn from some of the best chefs in the world. Update! All passes to this event are sold out.
It’s Wine Time at the Colony wine festival returns to 365 Saxonburg Blvd Saxonburg, Pa on June 21st and September 6th, 2014. The event has expanded and will feature 13 Pennsylvania wineries spanning three of the states most popular wine-producing regions. Food purveyors will provide you with a taste of Pennsylvania cuisine using fresh and wholesome ingredients to prepare creations not found on a typical festival menu. A wide range of artisans will be on hand to display their creative wares. The tasting admission is $20 gets you wine-tasting and a souvenir wine glass while the non-tasting admission is $10 and is good for admission only. Check their website for ticket specials. winetimeatthecolony.com