New York City Wine & Food Festival 2016
New York City is one of the best cities in the United States for foodies! It is known for its food trucks, fusion cuisine and crazy dining trends. It was even included in the “Top 15 Best Food Cities in the World” and The World’s Greatest Cities for Food so make sure to come and visit New York City for the ultimate foodie adventure.
The best time to go the Big Apple is during the New York City Wine & Food Festival where you are assured of having the best gastronomic experience. If you aren’t doing anything between October 13 and 16, then hop in your rental car or book the first flight to New York and witness one of the biggest wine and food festivals in the world.
This annual fest gathers some of the best chefs and food experts in the world – from legendary culinary masters to young celebrity chefs. This year’s NYC Wine & Food Festival will feature some of the biggest names in the culinary world and food industry including celebrity cook Rachael Ray, restaurateurs Bobby Flay and Michael Symon, writer Mario Batali, and TV host Anne Burrell.
Also joining the 4-day festival are famous foodies such as actors David Burtka and Neil Patrick Harris, supermodel Chrissy Teigen and Bizarre Foods’ Andrew Zimmern. Not only will you feast on the scrumptious food and mouthwatering wines, but your eyes will also feast on the amazing chefs and celebrities surrounding you.
So what are you waiting for? Buy some tickets to the much-awaited Food Network & Cooking Channel New York City Wine & Food Festival. You won’t only be enjoying the various activities, but also get to help feed the people in need. Some of the proceeds will go to No Kid Hungry® and Food Bank For New York City. Visit the official website of NYC WFF for more details. Who among the chefs and famous foodies are you excited to see in the upcoming event? Let us know, using the Disqus comments box below!
Each mini events at the NYC Wine and Food festival cost around $170 each and last around 3 hours. It might sound expensive, however, it’s definitely worth it. Unlimited supply of delicious food from dozens of celebrity chef’s and multiple open bars. Better yet, all the revenue goes to charity.
I was lucky enough to attend 3 of the events in NYC this year. Taco’s and Tequilla and the events from 11pm to 2am being my favourite.
Highly recommended for Aussies!