If You Are Passionate About Food Here Is The Best Time To Go To A Wine And Food Festival

If You Are Passionate About Food Here Is The Best Time To Go To A Wine And Food Festival

Food lovers will travel near and far for the right cuisine which is why many flock to the Food Network & Cooking Channel New York City Wine & Food Festival presented by Capital One in October and head south to Miami Beach in February for the SOBEWFF.
The 14th annual NYCWFF safely returned to New York City’s metropolitan area October 14-17, 2021. The foodie extravaganza brought more than 65 live events to more than 28,000 hungry attendees making it the largest and one of the best wine and food events to attend. Keeping in line with their mission to EAT. DRINK. FEED NYC, the festival returned to raise awareness in support of God’s Love We Deliver, New York City’s leading provider of medically tailored meals and nutrition for individuals living with severe

If You Are Passionate About Food Here Is The Best Time To Go To A Wine And Food Festival

To change things up, the signature and fan-favorite tastings were held at the newly renovated Hudson River Park’s Pier 76 and Pier 86, home of the Intrepid Museum, both highlighting massive outdoor areas setting a dynamic atmosphere for top-tier chefs, lifestyle personalities and wine and spirits producers. The multi-day event highlighted intimate dinners, late-night parties, and the return of many fan faves including the Blue Moon Burger Bash presented by Pat LaFrieda, the Drag queen brunch, and the Southern Glazer’s Wine & Spirits Trade Day at Grand Tasting hosted by Wine Spectator.

NYC foodies also enjoyed unique one-night-only collaborations from their favorite NYC chefs in an Intimate Dinner Series presented by Air France. The series featured more than 20 seated dinners held at NYC’s hottest establishments, including the God’s Love We Deliver rooftop terrace, and featured premium tasting menus paired with a variety of high-end wines and spirits. Participating chefs included Giada De Laurentiis, Bryan and Michael Voltaggio, Jean-Georges Vongerichten, Marcus Samuelsson, and Alex Guarnaschelli.

Between NYCWFF and its sister festival SOBEWFF, more than $30 million has been raised to benefit the respective charities, and to help draw attention to the vibrant dining cultures and to serve as a platform to drive awareness and engagement all in the name of food.

If You Are Passionate About Food Here Is The Best Time To Go To A Wine And Food Festival

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