The 2016 New York City Wine and Food Festival (NYCWFF) is coming to the city on October 13th. Foodies and wine tasters prepare yourselves for the time of your lives being entertained and educated at the four-day national event. World famous chefs, wine producers, television personalities, and culinary professionals will be attending the annual festival. Patrons can look forward to tasting over 100 wineries producers from Southern Glazer’s Wine and Spirits, as well as attending intimate dinners and cooking classes events. According to Huffington Post, the proceeds from the festival will benefit the end hunger movement in NYC.
The festival is expected to host more than 500 chefs, culinary experts, wine producers, spirit producers, stars from Food Network, and entertainers. Famous chefs and restaurant owners, including Rachael Ray, Martha Steward, Bobby Flay, Carla Hall, Robert Irvin, Masaharu Morimot, Guy Fieri, and others are scheduled for quest appearances. Celebrities Whoopi Goldberg, Patti LaBelle and Neil Patrick are expected to appear at the NYCWFF. The celebration will comprise of food and wine tasting, parties, cooking demonstrations, and educational conferences. Approximately 100 events are hosted by the festival during the four-day event.
The New York City Wine and Food Festival is recognized as the largest food and wine festival in the city. This is the festival ninth year holding a national event that supports the no hunger campaign. The festival was first held in 2007 and one later, the director and founder launched the opening of NYCWFF. Since its founding, the festival foundation has raised $9.5 million to help fight hunger in New York City neighborhoods. All proceeds generated from the festivals goes to the No Kid Hungry and NYC Food Bank non-profit organizations.
Get ready for an experience filled with talent, entertainment, and American favorite food tastings. Meet some of Food Network television stars, world famous chefs, television personalities, and celebrities. Patrons have the opportunity to eat and drink and at the same time help put an end to hunger in New York City. Tickets to attend various events range from $10 up to $400. Out of 100 events, 23 events have already sold out of tickets.