Articles tagged with: Festivals
One of New York City’s most popular annual outdoor food festivals, Taste of Times Square, presented by the Times Square Alliance, is your chance to sample “tastes” of delicious signature dishes from Times Square’s best restaurants, enjoy classic New York street performers, catch top-notch local entertainment on three stages, and show off your hottest dance moves all evening with help from a swing band and free dancing lessons from Swing46.
Food fanatics and music fans have long known that “Taste of Times Square” represents a great gastronomic and entertainment value, offering …
Love Tea? Love Coffee? How about both? If you live in the New York City area, this event is for you! I went last year and I enjoyed trying out different teas and coffees from all over the world.
Event: 4th Annual Coffee And Tea Festival NYC
Date: April 18-19, 2009
Place: Metropolitan Pavilion 125 W. 18th St. New York, NY 10011
Time: April 18, 2009 11am-6pm, April 19, 2009 11am-5pm
Tickets: $20 for a full day pass (buy tickets online in advance and save $5 by using promo code FESTIVAL)
Event Description: OPEN to …
The 2nd Annual New York Wine Expo is less than a month away. Wine lovers out there better get your tickets fast.
The Grand Tasting is the centerpiece of the New York Wine Expo. It takes place in the Special Events Hall at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center.
You won’t want to miss this opportunity to sample over 600 wines from around the world and meet the winemakers who produce them. Top winemakers and winery principles are on hand to speak directly about their wines and the wine making process as …
Second Annual NYC Food Film Festival
Date: June 14, 2008 (Sat) – June 20th, 2008 (Fri)
Time: Opening ceremonies start at 8pm on June 14, food starts at 7:00PM (except Weds, June 18th, food starts at 7:30PM)
Cost: Free admission, food will be available for purchase
Location: Water Taxi Beach, Long Island City, Queens
Synopsis: The festival is a multi-sensory experience where filmgoers are able to watch food films then sample the food portrayed in those films.
I preferred this festival over the International Food Festival that was held in the middle of May. There seemed to be more variety and better entertainment over a much smaller stretch. Enough talking, on to the pics!
…and it begins!
Empty stomach, check. Tickets, check.
I’m greeted by smoke and aroma of grilled chicken .
Looked like pork shoulder (aka pork butt) to me, but I’m not too sure.
Saucing up the pulled pork.
My first taste of the day, porchetta. So fatty, so delicious.
Buffalo Alligator. Tastes just like chicken. Seriously, …
Before the start of my weekend shift on the execution of a project I was managing at work, I was able to squeeze in some time early Saturday afternoon to attend the 9th Avenue International Food Festival that was held between 37th and 57th streets. The weather conditions were exemplary. The sun was was shining brighht and it was accompanied by a light breeze.
This is a type of event to go with a group of people. When you’re by yourself or with another person, you can get …
The 3rd Annual Coffee & Tea Festival is coming in a couple of weeks! Check out the details from the website:
Thousands will gather for this New York event in Manhattan’s beautiful Metropolitan Pavilion to celebrate everything related to coffee and tea. The Coffee & Tea Festival: NYC will bring coffee, tea and confectionary vendors together and introduce them to sophisticated enthusiasts. Within the 30,000 Square foot exhibit space, attendees will enjoy:
- Coffee and tea sampling
- Lectures / Classes
- Java/Tea Lounge with music & entertainment