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Made for New York Food Lovers
Made for New York Food Lovers
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Try something new from this week’s collection of food events you won't find anywhere else. We partnered with New York’s top food influencers to curate the most tantalizing events, from ice cream blizzards to lobster feasts. Follow this collection to be the first to know when new events are added.
Made for New York Food Lovers

CUESA / First Bloom: Spring Cocktails of the Farmers Market / San Francisco, CA

  • Chocoholics, this one’s for you. Over 50 world-renowned brands will celebrate all things chocolate with tastings, demonstrations, book signings, and master tasting classes. The Big Chocolate Show benefits Cookies for Kids Cancer.
  • Explore the sights, sounds, and tastes of the city that never sleeps after midnight, when the true magic starts. A retired NYPD cop will guide you through the gastronomy and mixology of after-hours Manhattan.
  • A retired NYPD cop leads a tour from the Lower East Side to Little Italy while recounting stories of New York's famous mob families. Along with the drama, there’s plenty of fresh pizza, handmade mozzarella, and cured meat.
  • Bagel lovers, try your hand at rolling your own bagels at New York’s beloved Ess-a-Bagel. Learn how bagels are rolled, boiled, baked, and seasoned, and get the 411 on the history of bagels — and lox, of course!
  • Your favorite street food vendors get some love at the Vendy Cup — think the GRAMMY’s of food trucks. You’ll get unlimited food and drink as you support the Street Vendor Project at the Urban Justice Center. Talk about good food for a good cause.
  • From pierogis to pizza to artisanal chocolate, taste the best of Williamsburg, Brooklyn, during this small-group walking tour. Bonus: a little history and plenty of gorgeous Manhattan views.
  • Oysters galore are being shucked for an all-you-can-eat feast at Greenwood Park. Along with Blue Island and Greenport oysters, enjoy craft beer, music, and fun vibes.
  • At the South Street Seaport, experts will teach you to make fresh pasta and mozzarella from scratch, so roll up your sleeves and get to work. But there's some fun treats in store as well—enjoy a charcuterie board and bottomless wine.
  • Soak up the very last of summer with delicious food, craft cocktails, plus live art and music on BAM's iconic rooftop. Plus, 50% of proceeds go to The Sylvia Center – a nutrition education and youth development organization.
  • Celebrate all that is green in gritty Brooklyn on this tour led by sustainable fashion designer Amalya Meira. Sip natural wines, dine on local, organic eats, visit a sustainable design studio, and shop for vintage gems.
  • For food activists and those who just want to learn, vendors and speakers will present at the Javits Center amd discuss what we can all do to make a difference and reduce food waste.
  • For a uniquely NYC adventure, join this pizza-focused race that will take you to a much-loved pizzeria in each borough for a slice and a shot at the coveted title of 5 Boro Pizza Challenge 2019 Champion.
  • Learn how to make pizza with the chefs from Kesté, one of the best Neopolitan joints in New York, and drink bottomless wine during the process.
  • Sample more than 25 bacon-inspired dishes from local chefs and try some of the 65 beers and ciders while overlooking the Manhattan skyline. The evening will also feature local music, a bacon seesaw, and the Hormel® Black Label Bacon® eating contest.
  • Cooking some pasta from a box is as easy as cooking gets. Making your own pasta from scratch is significantly more difficult, but exponentially more delicious. In this class, you'll make ravioli with brown butter sage sauce. It's a surefire crowd pleaser.
  • Meet the charming French cookie expert Michel et Augustin at their office, called the Banana Farm, for baking classes and tastings.
  • The fourth annual Queens Beer Festival will feature unlimited tastings of more than 50 craft beers and ciders from Queens, Brooklyn, The Bronx, Long Island, and upstate New York — plus DJs and food from around the world.
  • City meets country in Harlem. The harvest takes over one of NYC’s most vibrant neighborhoods for the day with locally made products and crafts, children's activities, farmer's market, a Harvest Bake-Off, and live music.
  • This special Hester Street Fair Saturday market spotlights vendors who are born and bred in New York. Shop locally and enjoy beer and food crafted in the NYC area.
  • The inaugural New York Times Food Festival will center around The Talks — panel discussions featuring cooking experts and NYT journalists digging into topics like restaurants, recipes, and the hottest food issues right now.
  • Queens College will host a one-day workshop exploring the topics of food, borders, and identity, and the way these themes intersect with one another. Speakers include Dafna Hirsch, Chef Adán Medrano, Brigid Washington, and Carina Kaufman-Gutierrez.
  • Travel and taste through hundreds of new wines from around the world at the Brooklyn Expo Center. Plus, enjoy live music, interactive games, and locally made eats.
  • Frosting a cake is no easy feat, but the masters at Magnolia can show you how to make the next one perfect in this class, where everyone makes and decorates a 6-inch vanilla cake.
  • Sip exceptional coffee and coffee cocktails from the forefront of NYC’s coffee scene at the city’s fifth annual flagship coffee event. Food, live music, and art are also on offer as well as workshops and demos to hone your coffee knowledge.
  • A meadmaker at Enlightenment Wines, New York City's first meadery, will lead an intimate tour that takes you from bee to bottle. Learn about the history of the world’s oldest alcoholic beverage and enjoy a guided tasting of seasonal mead.
  • Dig into the delicious world of Ethiopian cuisine with Hiyaw Gebreyohannes at Chelsea Market. Get an inside look into running a food business in New York City and enjoy an Ethiopian dinner.
  • Music magazine, Pitchfork, and beer website, October, are hosting their third annual OctFest. The event will feature bands like Parquet Courts, Mogwai, and Screaming Females, plus beers from more than 50 breweries across six continents and eats from around the world.
  • From fizzy bubbly to full-bodied reds, choose from over 100 carefully curated wines from around the world at Chelsea’s landmark Altman Building, which will be transformed into an indoor vineyard. A variety of sweet and savory eats from local artisans will also be served.
  • Satisfy your sweet tooth in a serious way at the Grand Bazaar’s pop-up festival of desserts and treats on the Upper West Side. Dig into cupcakes, macaroons, truffles, and more from 25 local makers like 2 Dough Boyz, Jessie's Nutty Cups, and Stax Ice Cream.
  • New York magazine’s signature culinary event, curated by the publication’s editors and critics, features more than 40 of the best chefs and mixologists on the New York City restaurant scene. The price of admission includes an open bar, too.
  • New York City’s 13th Annual Food Film Festival shows food-related short films and documentaries while serving fare that reflects what's being served on the big screen. It’s a truly unique and multisensory experience.
  • The 12th annual Toast of Brooklyn Wine & Food Festival at the Brooklyn Navy Yard will showcase craft beer and spirits, fine wines, and dishes from chefs that represent cuisines from all around the world.
  • Pizza and bagels might be the most famous New York foods, but the oyster has a very special, historic place in the city's gastronomic lore. Learn all about it at the Brooklyn Historical Society.
  • Chocoholics, this one’s for you. Over 50 world-renowned brands will celebrate all things chocolate with tastings, demonstrations, book signings, and master tasting classes. The Big Chocolate Show benefits Cookies for Kids Cancer.
  • Explore the sights, sounds, and tastes of the city that never sleeps after midnight, when the true magic starts. A retired NYPD cop will guide you through the gastronomy and mixology of after-hours Manhattan.
  • A retired NYPD cop leads a tour from the Lower East Side to Little Italy while recounting stories of New York's famous mob families. Along with the drama, there’s plenty of fresh pizza, handmade mozzarella, and cured meat.
  • Bagel lovers, try your hand at rolling your own bagels at New York’s beloved Ess-a-Bagel. Learn how bagels are rolled, boiled, baked, and seasoned, and get the 411 on the history of bagels — and lox, of course!
  • Your favorite street food vendors get some love at the Vendy Cup — think the GRAMMY’s of food trucks. You’ll get unlimited food and drink as you support the Street Vendor Project at the Urban Justice Center. Talk about good food for a good cause.
  • From pierogis to pizza to artisanal chocolate, taste the best of Williamsburg, Brooklyn, during this small-group walking tour. Bonus: a little history and plenty of gorgeous Manhattan views.
  • Oysters galore are being shucked for an all-you-can-eat feast at Greenwood Park. Along with Blue Island and Greenport oysters, enjoy craft beer, music, and fun vibes.
  • At the South Street Seaport, experts will teach you to make fresh pasta and mozzarella from scratch, so roll up your sleeves and get to work. But there's some fun treats in store as well—enjoy a charcuterie board and bottomless wine.
  • Soak up the very last of summer with delicious food, craft cocktails, plus live art and music on BAM's iconic rooftop. Plus, 50% of proceeds go to The Sylvia Center – a nutrition education and youth development organization.
  • Celebrate all that is green in gritty Brooklyn on this tour led by sustainable fashion designer Amalya Meira. Sip natural wines, dine on local, organic eats, visit a sustainable design studio, and shop for vintage gems.
  • For food activists and those who just want to learn, vendors and speakers will present at the Javits Center amd discuss what we can all do to make a difference and reduce food waste.
  • For a uniquely NYC adventure, join this pizza-focused race that will take you to a much-loved pizzeria in each borough for a slice and a shot at the coveted title of 5 Boro Pizza Challenge 2019 Champion.
  • Learn how to make pizza with the chefs from Kesté, one of the best Neopolitan joints in New York, and drink bottomless wine during the process.
  • Sample more than 25 bacon-inspired dishes from local chefs and try some of the 65 beers and ciders while overlooking the Manhattan skyline. The evening will also feature local music, a bacon seesaw, and the Hormel® Black Label Bacon® eating contest.
  • Cooking some pasta from a box is as easy as cooking gets. Making your own pasta from scratch is significantly more difficult, but exponentially more delicious. In this class, you'll make ravioli with brown butter sage sauce. It's a surefire crowd pleaser.
  • Meet the charming French cookie expert Michel et Augustin at their office, called the Banana Farm, for baking classes and tastings.
  • The fourth annual Queens Beer Festival will feature unlimited tastings of more than 50 craft beers and ciders from Queens, Brooklyn, The Bronx, Long Island, and upstate New York — plus DJs and food from around the world.
  • City meets country in Harlem. The harvest takes over one of NYC’s most vibrant neighborhoods for the day with locally made products and crafts, children's activities, farmer's market, a Harvest Bake-Off, and live music.
  • This special Hester Street Fair Saturday market spotlights vendors who are born and bred in New York. Shop locally and enjoy beer and food crafted in the NYC area.
  • The inaugural New York Times Food Festival will center around The Talks — panel discussions featuring cooking experts and NYT journalists digging into topics like restaurants, recipes, and the hottest food issues right now.
  • Queens College will host a one-day workshop exploring the topics of food, borders, and identity, and the way these themes intersect with one another. Speakers include Dafna Hirsch, Chef Adán Medrano, Brigid Washington, and Carina Kaufman-Gutierrez.
  • Travel and taste through hundreds of new wines from around the world at the Brooklyn Expo Center. Plus, enjoy live music, interactive games, and locally made eats.
  • Frosting a cake is no easy feat, but the masters at Magnolia can show you how to make the next one perfect in this class, where everyone makes and decorates a 6-inch vanilla cake.
  • Sip exceptional coffee and coffee cocktails from the forefront of NYC’s coffee scene at the city’s fifth annual flagship coffee event. Food, live music, and art are also on offer as well as workshops and demos to hone your coffee knowledge.
  • A meadmaker at Enlightenment Wines, New York City's first meadery, will lead an intimate tour that takes you from bee to bottle. Learn about the history of the world’s oldest alcoholic beverage and enjoy a guided tasting of seasonal mead.
  • Dig into the delicious world of Ethiopian cuisine with Hiyaw Gebreyohannes at Chelsea Market. Get an inside look into running a food business in New York City and enjoy an Ethiopian dinner.
  • Music magazine, Pitchfork, and beer website, October, are hosting their third annual OctFest. The event will feature bands like Parquet Courts, Mogwai, and Screaming Females, plus beers from more than 50 breweries across six continents and eats from around the world.
  • From fizzy bubbly to full-bodied reds, choose from over 100 carefully curated wines from around the world at Chelsea’s landmark Altman Building, which will be transformed into an indoor vineyard. A variety of sweet and savory eats from local artisans will also be served.
  • Satisfy your sweet tooth in a serious way at the Grand Bazaar’s pop-up festival of desserts and treats on the Upper West Side. Dig into cupcakes, macaroons, truffles, and more from 25 local makers like 2 Dough Boyz, Jessie's Nutty Cups, and Stax Ice Cream.
  • New York magazine’s signature culinary event, curated by the publication’s editors and critics, features more than 40 of the best chefs and mixologists on the New York City restaurant scene. The price of admission includes an open bar, too.
  • New York City’s 13th Annual Food Film Festival shows food-related short films and documentaries while serving fare that reflects what's being served on the big screen. It’s a truly unique and multisensory experience.
  • The 12th annual Toast of Brooklyn Wine & Food Festival at the Brooklyn Navy Yard will showcase craft beer and spirits, fine wines, and dishes from chefs that represent cuisines from all around the world.
  • Pizza and bagels might be the most famous New York foods, but the oyster has a very special, historic place in the city's gastronomic lore. Learn all about it at the Brooklyn Historical Society.
Made for New York Food Lovers

CUESA / First Bloom: Spring Cocktails of the Farmers Market / San Francisco, CA

Made for New York Food Lovers
Made for New York Food Lovers
Collectie van Eventbrite
Try something new from this week’s collection of food events you won't find anywhere else. We partnered with New York’s top food influencers to curate the most tantalizing events, from ice cream blizzards to lobster feasts. Follow this collection to be the first to know when new events are added.
Try something new from this week’s collection of food events you won't find anywhere else. We partnered with New York’s top food influencers to curate the most tantalizing events, from ice cream blizzards to lobster feasts. Follow this collection to be the first to know when new events are added.
  • Chocoholics, this one’s for you. Over 50 world-renowned brands will celebrate all things chocolate with tastings, demonstrations, book signings, and master tasting classes. The Big Chocolate Show benefits Cookies for Kids Cancer.
  • Explore the sights, sounds, and tastes of the city that never sleeps after midnight, when the true magic starts. A retired NYPD cop will guide you through the gastronomy and mixology of after-hours Manhattan.
  • A retired NYPD cop leads a tour from the Lower East Side to Little Italy while recounting stories of New York's famous mob families. Along with the drama, there’s plenty of fresh pizza, handmade mozzarella, and cured meat.
  • Bagel lovers, try your hand at rolling your own bagels at New York’s beloved Ess-a-Bagel. Learn how bagels are rolled, boiled, baked, and seasoned, and get the 411 on the history of bagels — and lox, of course!
  • Your favorite street food vendors get some love at the Vendy Cup — think the GRAMMY’s of food trucks. You’ll get unlimited food and drink as you support the Street Vendor Project at the Urban Justice Center. Talk about good food for a good cause.
  • From pierogis to pizza to artisanal chocolate, taste the best of Williamsburg, Brooklyn, during this small-group walking tour. Bonus: a little history and plenty of gorgeous Manhattan views.
  • Oysters galore are being shucked for an all-you-can-eat feast at Greenwood Park. Along with Blue Island and Greenport oysters, enjoy craft beer, music, and fun vibes.
  • At the South Street Seaport, experts will teach you to make fresh pasta and mozzarella from scratch, so roll up your sleeves and get to work. But there's some fun treats in store as well—enjoy a charcuterie board and bottomless wine.
  • Soak up the very last of summer with delicious food, craft cocktails, plus live art and music on BAM's iconic rooftop. Plus, 50% of proceeds go to The Sylvia Center – a nutrition education and youth development organization.
  • Celebrate all that is green in gritty Brooklyn on this tour led by sustainable fashion designer Amalya Meira. Sip natural wines, dine on local, organic eats, visit a sustainable design studio, and shop for vintage gems.
  • For food activists and those who just want to learn, vendors and speakers will present at the Javits Center amd discuss what we can all do to make a difference and reduce food waste.
  • For a uniquely NYC adventure, join this pizza-focused race that will take you to a much-loved pizzeria in each borough for a slice and a shot at the coveted title of 5 Boro Pizza Challenge 2019 Champion.
  • Learn how to make pizza with the chefs from Kesté, one of the best Neopolitan joints in New York, and drink bottomless wine during the process.
  • Sample more than 25 bacon-inspired dishes from local chefs and try some of the 65 beers and ciders while overlooking the Manhattan skyline. The evening will also feature local music, a bacon seesaw, and the Hormel® Black Label Bacon® eating contest.
  • Cooking some pasta from a box is as easy as cooking gets. Making your own pasta from scratch is significantly more difficult, but exponentially more delicious. In this class, you'll make ravioli with brown butter sage sauce. It's a surefire crowd pleaser.
  • Meet the charming French cookie expert Michel et Augustin at their office, called the Banana Farm, for baking classes and tastings.
  • The fourth annual Queens Beer Festival will feature unlimited tastings of more than 50 craft beers and ciders from Queens, Brooklyn, The Bronx, Long Island, and upstate New York — plus DJs and food from around the world.
  • City meets country in Harlem. The harvest takes over one of NYC’s most vibrant neighborhoods for the day with locally made products and crafts, children's activities, farmer's market, a Harvest Bake-Off, and live music.
  • This special Hester Street Fair Saturday market spotlights vendors who are born and bred in New York. Shop locally and enjoy beer and food crafted in the NYC area.
  • The inaugural New York Times Food Festival will center around The Talks — panel discussions featuring cooking experts and NYT journalists digging into topics like restaurants, recipes, and the hottest food issues right now.
  • Queens College will host a one-day workshop exploring the topics of food, borders, and identity, and the way these themes intersect with one another. Speakers include Dafna Hirsch, Chef Adán Medrano, Brigid Washington, and Carina Kaufman-Gutierrez.
  • Travel and taste through hundreds of new wines from around the world at the Brooklyn Expo Center. Plus, enjoy live music, interactive games, and locally made eats.
  • Frosting a cake is no easy feat, but the masters at Magnolia can show you how to make the next one perfect in this class, where everyone makes and decorates a 6-inch vanilla cake.
  • Sip exceptional coffee and coffee cocktails from the forefront of NYC’s coffee scene at the city’s fifth annual flagship coffee event. Food, live music, and art are also on offer as well as workshops and demos to hone your coffee knowledge.
  • A meadmaker at Enlightenment Wines, New York City's first meadery, will lead an intimate tour that takes you from bee to bottle. Learn about the history of the world’s oldest alcoholic beverage and enjoy a guided tasting of seasonal mead.
  • Dig into the delicious world of Ethiopian cuisine with Hiyaw Gebreyohannes at Chelsea Market. Get an inside look into running a food business in New York City and enjoy an Ethiopian dinner.
  • Music magazine, Pitchfork, and beer website, October, are hosting their third annual OctFest. The event will feature bands like Parquet Courts, Mogwai, and Screaming Females, plus beers from more than 50 breweries across six continents and eats from around the world.
  • From fizzy bubbly to full-bodied reds, choose from over 100 carefully curated wines from around the world at Chelsea’s landmark Altman Building, which will be transformed into an indoor vineyard. A variety of sweet and savory eats from local artisans will also be served.
  • Satisfy your sweet tooth in a serious way at the Grand Bazaar’s pop-up festival of desserts and treats on the Upper West Side. Dig into cupcakes, macaroons, truffles, and more from 25 local makers like 2 Dough Boyz, Jessie's Nutty Cups, and Stax Ice Cream.
  • New York magazine’s signature culinary event, curated by the publication’s editors and critics, features more than 40 of the best chefs and mixologists on the New York City restaurant scene. The price of admission includes an open bar, too.
  • New York City’s 13th Annual Food Film Festival shows food-related short films and documentaries while serving fare that reflects what's being served on the big screen. It’s a truly unique and multisensory experience.
  • The 12th annual Toast of Brooklyn Wine & Food Festival at the Brooklyn Navy Yard will showcase craft beer and spirits, fine wines, and dishes from chefs that represent cuisines from all around the world.
  • Pizza and bagels might be the most famous New York foods, but the oyster has a very special, historic place in the city's gastronomic lore. Learn all about it at the Brooklyn Historical Society.
  • Chocoholics, this one’s for you. Over 50 world-renowned brands will celebrate all things chocolate with tastings, demonstrations, book signings, and master tasting classes. The Big Chocolate Show benefits Cookies for Kids Cancer.
  • Explore the sights, sounds, and tastes of the city that never sleeps after midnight, when the true magic starts. A retired NYPD cop will guide you through the gastronomy and mixology of after-hours Manhattan.
  • A retired NYPD cop leads a tour from the Lower East Side to Little Italy while recounting stories of New York's famous mob families. Along with the drama, there’s plenty of fresh pizza, handmade mozzarella, and cured meat.
  • Bagel lovers, try your hand at rolling your own bagels at New York’s beloved Ess-a-Bagel. Learn how bagels are rolled, boiled, baked, and seasoned, and get the 411 on the history of bagels — and lox, of course!
  • Your favorite street food vendors get some love at the Vendy Cup — think the GRAMMY’s of food trucks. You’ll get unlimited food and drink as you support the Street Vendor Project at the Urban Justice Center. Talk about good food for a good cause.
  • From pierogis to pizza to artisanal chocolate, taste the best of Williamsburg, Brooklyn, during this small-group walking tour. Bonus: a little history and plenty of gorgeous Manhattan views.
  • Oysters galore are being shucked for an all-you-can-eat feast at Greenwood Park. Along with Blue Island and Greenport oysters, enjoy craft beer, music, and fun vibes.
  • At the South Street Seaport, experts will teach you to make fresh pasta and mozzarella from scratch, so roll up your sleeves and get to work. But there's some fun treats in store as well—enjoy a charcuterie board and bottomless wine.
  • Soak up the very last of summer with delicious food, craft cocktails, plus live art and music on BAM's iconic rooftop. Plus, 50% of proceeds go to The Sylvia Center – a nutrition education and youth development organization.
  • Celebrate all that is green in gritty Brooklyn on this tour led by sustainable fashion designer Amalya Meira. Sip natural wines, dine on local, organic eats, visit a sustainable design studio, and shop for vintage gems.
  • For food activists and those who just want to learn, vendors and speakers will present at the Javits Center amd discuss what we can all do to make a difference and reduce food waste.
  • For a uniquely NYC adventure, join this pizza-focused race that will take you to a much-loved pizzeria in each borough for a slice and a shot at the coveted title of 5 Boro Pizza Challenge 2019 Champion.
  • Learn how to make pizza with the chefs from Kesté, one of the best Neopolitan joints in New York, and drink bottomless wine during the process.
  • Sample more than 25 bacon-inspired dishes from local chefs and try some of the 65 beers and ciders while overlooking the Manhattan skyline. The evening will also feature local music, a bacon seesaw, and the Hormel® Black Label Bacon® eating contest.
  • Cooking some pasta from a box is as easy as cooking gets. Making your own pasta from scratch is significantly more difficult, but exponentially more delicious. In this class, you'll make ravioli with brown butter sage sauce. It's a surefire crowd pleaser.
  • Meet the charming French cookie expert Michel et Augustin at their office, called the Banana Farm, for baking classes and tastings.
  • The fourth annual Queens Beer Festival will feature unlimited tastings of more than 50 craft beers and ciders from Queens, Brooklyn, The Bronx, Long Island, and upstate New York — plus DJs and food from around the world.
  • City meets country in Harlem. The harvest takes over one of NYC’s most vibrant neighborhoods for the day with locally made products and crafts, children's activities, farmer's market, a Harvest Bake-Off, and live music.
  • This special Hester Street Fair Saturday market spotlights vendors who are born and bred in New York. Shop locally and enjoy beer and food crafted in the NYC area.
  • The inaugural New York Times Food Festival will center around The Talks — panel discussions featuring cooking experts and NYT journalists digging into topics like restaurants, recipes, and the hottest food issues right now.
  • Queens College will host a one-day workshop exploring the topics of food, borders, and identity, and the way these themes intersect with one another. Speakers include Dafna Hirsch, Chef Adán Medrano, Brigid Washington, and Carina Kaufman-Gutierrez.
  • Travel and taste through hundreds of new wines from around the world at the Brooklyn Expo Center. Plus, enjoy live music, interactive games, and locally made eats.
  • Frosting a cake is no easy feat, but the masters at Magnolia can show you how to make the next one perfect in this class, where everyone makes and decorates a 6-inch vanilla cake.
  • Sip exceptional coffee and coffee cocktails from the forefront of NYC’s coffee scene at the city’s fifth annual flagship coffee event. Food, live music, and art are also on offer as well as workshops and demos to hone your coffee knowledge.
  • A meadmaker at Enlightenment Wines, New York City's first meadery, will lead an intimate tour that takes you from bee to bottle. Learn about the history of the world’s oldest alcoholic beverage and enjoy a guided tasting of seasonal mead.
  • Dig into the delicious world of Ethiopian cuisine with Hiyaw Gebreyohannes at Chelsea Market. Get an inside look into running a food business in New York City and enjoy an Ethiopian dinner.
  • Music magazine, Pitchfork, and beer website, October, are hosting their third annual OctFest. The event will feature bands like Parquet Courts, Mogwai, and Screaming Females, plus beers from more than 50 breweries across six continents and eats from around the world.
  • From fizzy bubbly to full-bodied reds, choose from over 100 carefully curated wines from around the world at Chelsea’s landmark Altman Building, which will be transformed into an indoor vineyard. A variety of sweet and savory eats from local artisans will also be served.
  • Satisfy your sweet tooth in a serious way at the Grand Bazaar’s pop-up festival of desserts and treats on the Upper West Side. Dig into cupcakes, macaroons, truffles, and more from 25 local makers like 2 Dough Boyz, Jessie's Nutty Cups, and Stax Ice Cream.
  • New York magazine’s signature culinary event, curated by the publication’s editors and critics, features more than 40 of the best chefs and mixologists on the New York City restaurant scene. The price of admission includes an open bar, too.
  • New York City’s 13th Annual Food Film Festival shows food-related short films and documentaries while serving fare that reflects what's being served on the big screen. It’s a truly unique and multisensory experience.
  • The 12th annual Toast of Brooklyn Wine & Food Festival at the Brooklyn Navy Yard will showcase craft beer and spirits, fine wines, and dishes from chefs that represent cuisines from all around the world.
  • Pizza and bagels might be the most famous New York foods, but the oyster has a very special, historic place in the city's gastronomic lore. Learn all about it at the Brooklyn Historical Society.