As much as I like to write about dining in other cities, New York City still tops my list in both restaurants and food events. Take a look at four of my favorites coming up in the next two months: three food benefits and a beer festival.
Brooklyn Pour Craft Beer Festival
|Village Voice Brooklyn Pour |
, September 27; Here’s a festival
you don’t want to miss if you love beer. At the Village Voice’s
annual curated Brooklyn Pour craft beer tasting event, you’ll sample more than
100 craft beers from New York and beyond. Seasonal, micro and reserve brews
will be featured. To make the event even more enjoyable, there will be live
music, a food court, and your own tasting souvenir glass. Doors open at 2pm,
but you can come any time until 6pm. Tickets are priced from $55-$85. Location:
Skylight One Hanson, One Hanson Place, Fort Greene, Brooklyn. http://www.ticketfly.com/purchase/event/643263
Gohan Society Aki Matsuri
, October 9; At this delicious evening, The
Gohan Society invites all to sample exciting Japanese-inspired dishes as part
of their mission to foster an understanding and appreciation of Japan’s
culinary heritage in the U.S. You’ll enjoy cuisine from twelve of New
York’s finest restaurants: All’onda, Blue Ribbon, Boulud Sud, Gramercy Tavern,
Hakata Tonton, Jean Georges, Morimoto, Nobu, Park Avenue Autumn, Ramen Co. By
Keizo Shimamoto, Red Rooster Harlem, and The Sea Grill. The annual fundraiser
also includes a silent auction with many culinary items. 6:30pm – 9:30pm.
Location: Brooklyn Brewery, 79 N 11 Street, Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
Food Network New York City Wine and Food Festival
|Meatopia, Food Network New York City Wine and Food Festival|
, October 16-19; The
four-day food extravaganza invites you to select from a broad range of events
hosted by some of the country’s greatest chefs, food writers, editors, winemakers
and food personalities. Programs range from dinners and tastings to seminars,
panels, and master cooking classes. Presented by Food & Wine
magazine, this is the only event that brings together legendary culinary icons
from around the world and America’s favorite television chefs. Proceeds benefit
the community-based, hunger relief programs of Share Our Strength’s No Kid
Hungry campaign and Food Bank for New York City. Locations vary.
, October 19; Included this year as part of the New York City
Wine and Food Festival, Meatopia is the world’s pre-eminent meat happening. Starring
the country’s greatest meat chefs, the Carnivore’s Ball will be held from
4pm-7pm on the last day of the festival. Location: Esurance Rooftop at Pier 92,
Street and West Side Highway, Manhattan.
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