Much to the delight of food-obsessed urbanites, the NEW YORK CITY WINE & FOOD FESTIVAL returns for its 10th anniversary edition from October 12 – 15, 2017.

With more than 70 events taking place at locations across the city, it’s no exaggeration to call it the culinary extravaganza of the year.

Fan favorites include tastings, intimate dinners, seminars, and late-night parties.

All the eating and drinking is for a great cause, with 100% of the net proceeds benefiting the hunger-relief organizations Food Bank For New York City and No Kid Hungry®. To date, NYCWFF has raised more than $10 million to support the fight to end hunger.

In honor of the NYCWFF’s 10th anniversary, we’ve highlighted 10 mouth-watering events for you to consider. Tickets are selling fast, so purchase soon. Happy eating!

1) Sip Bottomless Mimosas and Delicious Egg Sandwiches with LA’s Egg Slut Chef Alvin Cailan at Late Night Sandwich Eggs-travaganza

2) Enjoy Bites and Craft Cocktails from Female Chefs + Mixologists at Ladies’ Night

3)Sip Rooftop Rose with Katie Lee and Elvis Durran at the Boom Boom Room

4) Smorgasburg takes Manhattan hosted by the cast of Chopped

5) Taste the Best of Brooklyn hosted by Action Bronson

6) The duel of all duels, Pie vs. Cake hosted by Duff Goldman

7) Looking to try something new? Head to the Israeli Brunch hosted by Michael Solomonov

8) Mario Batali and Ayesha Curry host Family Ice Cream Fun-dae – an ice cream party featuring the best flavors in the city, so bring the kids.

9) Obsessed with Breads babka? Learn how to make your own at a class with the pros themselves

10) Taste the best of the East Coast at East Coast Eats: Maine to Miami hosted by Josh Capon

Photo credit: Jessica Henderson

 

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Allison Tibaldi
Allison is a native New Yorker, who has lived in Rome, Tuscany, Melbourne, Toronto and Los Angeles. She frequently contributes travel pieces to Family Travel Forum, using her own children as guinea pigs as they travel the globe. She is fluent in Italian and Spanish and laughably adequate in French. Her background as an Early Childhood Educator gives her an added understanding of what it takes to travel with kids in tow. She firmly believes that the most important part of education takes place outside of the classroom, on the road, around the world. She never misses a chance to sample local delicacies, as her love for travel goes hand-in-hand with her love for food and wine. Follow Allison at @gourmetrav.

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