The 2016 New York Food and Wine Festival is set to officially be held on Saturday, June 19th at the Javits Center in New York City. The event will feature an array of culinary and tasting events, from wine and beer tastings to food and beverage pairings.
The event is sponsored by NYC’s largest restaurant and wine retailer, Barneys New York and is run by the New York City Restaurant Association, a non-profit organization. The event is free to attend, but there is a $10 admission fee for food and wine paired with a service that includes a glass of wine, food, and possibly a complimentary appetizer.
The 2015 event was a great success, and this year’s is looking to be even better. The city of New York is always a hotbed for food and wine, and this year’s event is going to be no exception. I’m hoping for a more intimate setting, with an emphasis on small plates and less on big plates.
Last year’s event was a huge success. That might not be the case this year, but that’s okay because this years event will be bigger than last years. We’ve been doing a lot of research on new and interesting food and wine pairings. We’re going to be doing a lot of research on other food and wine pairings as well. We’re looking for something that will put the “yum yum” in New York City, and we’re going to do things right.
This is the first year we’ve done a wine festival in New York City, and we’re looking for a pairings event that will put the yum yum in New York City. We dont want to just have a bunch of “what to drink in New York City” type of events (which would probably be pointless), we want to have a big event of new food-wine pairings that will put the yum yum in New York City.
The only problem was getting our word out. We were lucky that the organizers of the event were so open to the idea because it meant we had a good turnout of people we could work with. There were about ten bloggers, about two dozen people at the event. For us, it was also an opportunity to meet people that we would not have otherwise been able to find.
It was also fun to meet the staff of the event who were very enthusiastic and willing to help. They were mostly all really young people, and were very eager to help us with our event. Also, the food was amazing, and it was a great way to meet other bloggers and people who are passionate about food and wine.
The event was held in the heart of SoHo, at the foot of the Brooklyn Bridge, but the NYC F&W was located at the Brooklyn Academy of Music. The NYC F&W was a very cool event, with fantastic food, wine, and music that even non-wine-loving New Yorkers could appreciate.
The NYC FampW was a huge success, and we were able to meet many new people and have fun together. We also celebrated a few of our own successes. We celebrated the fact that we were able to have a FampW out on the date we chose. We celebrated the fact that we were able to get a great deal on tickets to the event. We celebrated the fact that we were able to get a great deal on a ticket to the opening night dinner.
It was a huge success. We had many new friends, and we met so many people we’d never met before. We were able to have fun with our friends, and we even celebrated our own successes. We are so glad we could be part of the NYC FampW. We love this festival and are looking forward to seeing more food, wines, and music out of New York City in 2016.