First of all, happy October– this year is surely flying by & to many people the fall means — pumpkin picking, apple cider, hayrides, & pumpkin spice coffee. In the food world, fall would not be complete without food events. From mid-September until early November you can find about 3 every weekend. One of the largest events in the New York City is next weekend is NYCWFF (aka New York City Food & Wine Festival)
One of the last food events of the season that I forgot to mention in my previous fall event round up is NY Taste, New York magazine’s 14th annual culinary event. It’s an event not to be missed & I’m pretty stoked about it!
New York Taste, will be held on Monday, November 5, 2012 at The Waterfront in New York City. The signature event will be hosted by New York culinary editor Gillian Duffy, and will feature restaurateurs and mixologists from New York City’s most celebrated restaurants. A portion of the proceeds from the evening is donated to City Harvest to help fight hunger. Tickets are on sale at nymag.com/taste, and regular updates will be posted to Twitter with the hashtag #NYTaste.
The tasting event will host some world renowned talents, including Marcus Samuelsson of Red Rooster Harlem (Modern American), Abram Bissell of NoMad (Mediterranean), Laurie Jon Moran of Le Bernardin (French), Masaharu Morimoto of Morimoto (Japanese), Dan Barber of Blue Hill (Modern American), and many more. The culinary masters will gather in a new historical setting—built in 1891 as the Terminal Stores building, the Waterfront was the most ambitious riverfront structure of its time, and 121 years later will set the stage for an evening of cocktails and great cuisine. This year’s event will also feature increased mixology offerings, with the main bar curated by media partner Liquor.com.
The event hosts over 1,000 guests, with general admission tickets costing $175. VIP tickets can be purchased for $250, and include admission to a special preview hour, access to the VIP lounge, and a VIP gift bag filled with a variety of products, including culinary tools. VIP tickets are limited and sold on a first-come first-serve basis.
- A Voce
- Bistro La Promenade
- BLT Fish
- Blue Hill and Blue Hill at Stone Barns
- Booker and Dax at Momofuku Ssam
- Clover Club
- Crave Fishbar
- Ed’s Chowder House
- FP Patisserie
- Hill Country
- La Silhouette
- Le Bernardin
- Le Cirque
- NoMad Restaurant
- Osteria Morini
- Porter House New York
- Red Rooster Harlem
- Rouge Tomate
- SHO Shaun Hergatt
- William Greenberg Desserts
I don’t know about you but an event that helps fight hunger, tasting of over 30 restaurants, and has an exclusive cookbook sounds like an event that I do not want to miss! Don’t forget to purchase your tickets, here.
Stay tuned for more news, fun fall posts & my event coverage from Bergenfest and Wingfest this past weekend!
Until then, happy eating & drinking– cheers to a great October!