NYCWFF – An Initiative to Help Fight Hunger

Events & Festivals
// 8 March 2016
NYCWFF

Eat. Drink. End Hunger. New York City’s Wine and Food Festival

SAVE THE DATE “13 – 16 October, 2016”

New York City wine and food festival was an initiative to help fight hunger and till date it has raised $9.5 million. 100% of the proceeds benefit Food Bank for New York City and the No Kid Hungry campaign.

NYCWFF is a four day event showcasing the talents of the world’s most reputed wine and spirits makers, celebrity chefs, culinary personalities and foodies unite to eat, drink, and fight hunger. Get ready to sip and savour the world class cuisine, wine and spirits served by more than 500 of the industry’s finest talent.

New York City wine and food festival was initiated in 2007 as a one-night event. The following year, Lee Brian Schrager, the founder and director of NYCWFF decided to take the event to the next level, launching what is now known as the New York City wine and food festival. Moreover, it’s not about eating all the time though; there are plenty of other opportunities for foodies to learn more about their passion during seminars and workshops that are offered.

Over these four days, you will feel fortunate to come in contact with NYC’s people and the world’s greatest chefs, food and drink superstars. You will even stuff your face, drink too much, and learn from the greats and party. Fortunately, the NYCWFF is one event where you don’t have to feel guilty about going big at.

Go out in grand style! A ticket to this festival gets you a full day of eating and drinking around the venue, with cooking classes and book signings by celebrity chefs like Martha Stewart, Emeril Lagasse and Masaharu Morimoto.

Plan your trip to New York in the month of October; an event not to missed! For flight booking and hotel accommodation contact Voyages Booth!

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