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Get the Scoop on 2015’s New York City Wine & Food Festival Lineup

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The New York City Wine & Food Festival is back October 2015 to feature the best food in New York

Which event will you score tickets to?

The New York City Wine & Food Festival, arguably one of the largest food festivals in America, has announced its Food Network star-studded lineup. Tickets for the festival are on sale now, with dozens of events packed in over the course of four days, from intimate dinners to big blowout parties with seemingly endless tables of food.

"We're really excited for this year," said festival founder and director Lee Brian Schrager. "Between bringing back fan-favorite events, new soirées, and several intimate dinner experiences with top-rated chefs, there's something for everyone at this year's Festival."

Of course there are the classics like Meatopia (dedicated this year to the memory of the belated Josh Ozersky), the Blue Moon Burger Bash, and Thrillist’s Barbecue & the Blues, hosted this year by Adam Richman.

There are also several newcomers this year, like the Sweet Masquerade hosted by Dominique Ansel and Pecko Zantilaveevan. This lavish affair will turn the Four Seasons pool room into a charming masquerade ball on October 16 with Champagne and desserts from pastry chef Ansel. You won’t want to miss Top Dog, a hot dog competition hosted by the Travel Channel’s Andrew Zimmern, or Pigs & Pints hosted by Robert Irvine, featuring all things pork and beer, both of which take place on October 17.

If you’re looking for a quieter experience, there will be plenty of sit-down dinners and tastings hosted by acclaimed chefs, like those with April Bloomfield (The Breslin) and Amanda Cohen (Dirt Candy) October 15 at Ace Hotel; Michael White (Marea) and Ken Oringer (Toro) October 17 at Ibis; and Ashley Christensen, Alex Raij (Txikito), and Gabrielle Hamilton(Prune) October 15 at the Park Lane Hotel.

Get your tickets here.


From Dumplings To Mozzarella: The 5 Best NYC Wine & Food Festival Events Under $100

The foodiot feeding frenzy known as the New York City Wine & Food Festival doesn't unleash its Celebrity Chef-driven spectacle on us until mid-October, but the time to buy tickets is now, before the quality events are sold out and you're stuck eating graham crackers in the parking lot. There are nearly 100 events dedicated to stuff your face happening between October 15th and 18th, from enormous tasting events to intimate dinners to classes taught by renowned chefs. Many of these button-popping experiences also come with a hefty price tag, with some topping out in the $250 range. But organizers always leave room for the thrifty with plenty of events $100 and under (just barely under, really) here are our recommendations to make the most for your money/calorie intake.

Xi'an Famous Foods has made a name for itself in this city, rapidly expanding from a small bubble tea shop in Flushing to a fully-fledged local chain, with eateries in three boroughs. And though they're known for a number of their delectable dishes—their hand-pulled noodles, for instance—few foods in the city hold a candle to their delicious dumplings. Learn their secrets at the Dumpling Making With Xi'an Famous Foods class, where owner Jason Wang will show each guest how to make the fillings, wrap the dumplings and properly cook them. Expect lots of dumpling eating, of course.

Everyone knows tapas, but what about its Mexican equivalent botanas? Learn more about the delicious bites at The Art of the Botana, a pairing session and tasting event hosted by Aaron Sanchez of Food Network fame and Josh Wessons from Southern Wine & Spirits of New York. Many of the dishes will be familiar—tacos, sopes, ceviches, etc.—but expect a few lesser-known (to NYC palates) dishes, plus plenty of tasty wine to compliment the flavors.

Tickets $95 // Saturday, October 17th, noon - 1 p.m. at the Hudson Hotel


Murray's

Murray's has been a lifeline for the city's cheese connoisseurs since founder Murray Greenberg opened the original Greenwich Village shop in 1940. They'll be bringing all those years of experience to the Festival with a Mozzarella Making Class, which they promise will make you the cheese expert you always knew you were. Not only will you leave with the skills to make fresh mozz at home, Murray's will be bringing along samples of their favorite pulled curd cheese, including the gold standard: burrata.

Tiki-themed stuff is back on-trend in NYC so naturally there's a Tiki Cocktails 101 With Cocktail Kingdom event at this year's NYCWFF. Tiki expert Jeff “Beachbum” Berry will be talking rum styles and tiki ingredients for crafting your own versions at home, plus offering tips for pairing different fresh fruits with various spirits. The Sunday evening timetable isn't ideal for Monday morning productivity, but don't let that stop you from a rollicking good time.

Chef Sara Jenkins knows Italian food and how to make it delicious, especially at her excellent porcine-centric Village eatery that serves porchetta. But she'll be talking another Italian staple at The Four Seasons of Pasta pairing event. Jenkins will be whipping up recipes from her new pasta cookbook of the same name, with wine writer Anthony Giglio talking perfect pairings for different types of sauces. In addition to fortifying pastas to keep you warm (it's in October, remember), guests get a copy of the book just as it's hitting shelves, for instructive uses in the kitchen or an easy checkmark off your holiday shopping list.


From Dumplings To Mozzarella: The 5 Best NYC Wine & Food Festival Events Under $100

The foodiot feeding frenzy known as the New York City Wine & Food Festival doesn't unleash its Celebrity Chef-driven spectacle on us until mid-October, but the time to buy tickets is now, before the quality events are sold out and you're stuck eating graham crackers in the parking lot. There are nearly 100 events dedicated to stuff your face happening between October 15th and 18th, from enormous tasting events to intimate dinners to classes taught by renowned chefs. Many of these button-popping experiences also come with a hefty price tag, with some topping out in the $250 range. But organizers always leave room for the thrifty with plenty of events $100 and under (just barely under, really) here are our recommendations to make the most for your money/calorie intake.

Xi'an Famous Foods has made a name for itself in this city, rapidly expanding from a small bubble tea shop in Flushing to a fully-fledged local chain, with eateries in three boroughs. And though they're known for a number of their delectable dishes—their hand-pulled noodles, for instance—few foods in the city hold a candle to their delicious dumplings. Learn their secrets at the Dumpling Making With Xi'an Famous Foods class, where owner Jason Wang will show each guest how to make the fillings, wrap the dumplings and properly cook them. Expect lots of dumpling eating, of course.

Everyone knows tapas, but what about its Mexican equivalent botanas? Learn more about the delicious bites at The Art of the Botana, a pairing session and tasting event hosted by Aaron Sanchez of Food Network fame and Josh Wessons from Southern Wine & Spirits of New York. Many of the dishes will be familiar—tacos, sopes, ceviches, etc.—but expect a few lesser-known (to NYC palates) dishes, plus plenty of tasty wine to compliment the flavors.

Tickets $95 // Saturday, October 17th, noon - 1 p.m. at the Hudson Hotel


Murray's

Murray's has been a lifeline for the city's cheese connoisseurs since founder Murray Greenberg opened the original Greenwich Village shop in 1940. They'll be bringing all those years of experience to the Festival with a Mozzarella Making Class, which they promise will make you the cheese expert you always knew you were. Not only will you leave with the skills to make fresh mozz at home, Murray's will be bringing along samples of their favorite pulled curd cheese, including the gold standard: burrata.

Tiki-themed stuff is back on-trend in NYC so naturally there's a Tiki Cocktails 101 With Cocktail Kingdom event at this year's NYCWFF. Tiki expert Jeff “Beachbum” Berry will be talking rum styles and tiki ingredients for crafting your own versions at home, plus offering tips for pairing different fresh fruits with various spirits. The Sunday evening timetable isn't ideal for Monday morning productivity, but don't let that stop you from a rollicking good time.

Chef Sara Jenkins knows Italian food and how to make it delicious, especially at her excellent porcine-centric Village eatery that serves porchetta. But she'll be talking another Italian staple at The Four Seasons of Pasta pairing event. Jenkins will be whipping up recipes from her new pasta cookbook of the same name, with wine writer Anthony Giglio talking perfect pairings for different types of sauces. In addition to fortifying pastas to keep you warm (it's in October, remember), guests get a copy of the book just as it's hitting shelves, for instructive uses in the kitchen or an easy checkmark off your holiday shopping list.


From Dumplings To Mozzarella: The 5 Best NYC Wine & Food Festival Events Under $100

The foodiot feeding frenzy known as the New York City Wine & Food Festival doesn't unleash its Celebrity Chef-driven spectacle on us until mid-October, but the time to buy tickets is now, before the quality events are sold out and you're stuck eating graham crackers in the parking lot. There are nearly 100 events dedicated to stuff your face happening between October 15th and 18th, from enormous tasting events to intimate dinners to classes taught by renowned chefs. Many of these button-popping experiences also come with a hefty price tag, with some topping out in the $250 range. But organizers always leave room for the thrifty with plenty of events $100 and under (just barely under, really) here are our recommendations to make the most for your money/calorie intake.

Xi'an Famous Foods has made a name for itself in this city, rapidly expanding from a small bubble tea shop in Flushing to a fully-fledged local chain, with eateries in three boroughs. And though they're known for a number of their delectable dishes—their hand-pulled noodles, for instance—few foods in the city hold a candle to their delicious dumplings. Learn their secrets at the Dumpling Making With Xi'an Famous Foods class, where owner Jason Wang will show each guest how to make the fillings, wrap the dumplings and properly cook them. Expect lots of dumpling eating, of course.

Everyone knows tapas, but what about its Mexican equivalent botanas? Learn more about the delicious bites at The Art of the Botana, a pairing session and tasting event hosted by Aaron Sanchez of Food Network fame and Josh Wessons from Southern Wine & Spirits of New York. Many of the dishes will be familiar—tacos, sopes, ceviches, etc.—but expect a few lesser-known (to NYC palates) dishes, plus plenty of tasty wine to compliment the flavors.

Tickets $95 // Saturday, October 17th, noon - 1 p.m. at the Hudson Hotel


Murray's

Murray's has been a lifeline for the city's cheese connoisseurs since founder Murray Greenberg opened the original Greenwich Village shop in 1940. They'll be bringing all those years of experience to the Festival with a Mozzarella Making Class, which they promise will make you the cheese expert you always knew you were. Not only will you leave with the skills to make fresh mozz at home, Murray's will be bringing along samples of their favorite pulled curd cheese, including the gold standard: burrata.

Tiki-themed stuff is back on-trend in NYC so naturally there's a Tiki Cocktails 101 With Cocktail Kingdom event at this year's NYCWFF. Tiki expert Jeff “Beachbum” Berry will be talking rum styles and tiki ingredients for crafting your own versions at home, plus offering tips for pairing different fresh fruits with various spirits. The Sunday evening timetable isn't ideal for Monday morning productivity, but don't let that stop you from a rollicking good time.

Chef Sara Jenkins knows Italian food and how to make it delicious, especially at her excellent porcine-centric Village eatery that serves porchetta. But she'll be talking another Italian staple at The Four Seasons of Pasta pairing event. Jenkins will be whipping up recipes from her new pasta cookbook of the same name, with wine writer Anthony Giglio talking perfect pairings for different types of sauces. In addition to fortifying pastas to keep you warm (it's in October, remember), guests get a copy of the book just as it's hitting shelves, for instructive uses in the kitchen or an easy checkmark off your holiday shopping list.


From Dumplings To Mozzarella: The 5 Best NYC Wine & Food Festival Events Under $100

The foodiot feeding frenzy known as the New York City Wine & Food Festival doesn't unleash its Celebrity Chef-driven spectacle on us until mid-October, but the time to buy tickets is now, before the quality events are sold out and you're stuck eating graham crackers in the parking lot. There are nearly 100 events dedicated to stuff your face happening between October 15th and 18th, from enormous tasting events to intimate dinners to classes taught by renowned chefs. Many of these button-popping experiences also come with a hefty price tag, with some topping out in the $250 range. But organizers always leave room for the thrifty with plenty of events $100 and under (just barely under, really) here are our recommendations to make the most for your money/calorie intake.

Xi'an Famous Foods has made a name for itself in this city, rapidly expanding from a small bubble tea shop in Flushing to a fully-fledged local chain, with eateries in three boroughs. And though they're known for a number of their delectable dishes—their hand-pulled noodles, for instance—few foods in the city hold a candle to their delicious dumplings. Learn their secrets at the Dumpling Making With Xi'an Famous Foods class, where owner Jason Wang will show each guest how to make the fillings, wrap the dumplings and properly cook them. Expect lots of dumpling eating, of course.

Everyone knows tapas, but what about its Mexican equivalent botanas? Learn more about the delicious bites at The Art of the Botana, a pairing session and tasting event hosted by Aaron Sanchez of Food Network fame and Josh Wessons from Southern Wine & Spirits of New York. Many of the dishes will be familiar—tacos, sopes, ceviches, etc.—but expect a few lesser-known (to NYC palates) dishes, plus plenty of tasty wine to compliment the flavors.

Tickets $95 // Saturday, October 17th, noon - 1 p.m. at the Hudson Hotel


Murray's

Murray's has been a lifeline for the city's cheese connoisseurs since founder Murray Greenberg opened the original Greenwich Village shop in 1940. They'll be bringing all those years of experience to the Festival with a Mozzarella Making Class, which they promise will make you the cheese expert you always knew you were. Not only will you leave with the skills to make fresh mozz at home, Murray's will be bringing along samples of their favorite pulled curd cheese, including the gold standard: burrata.

Tiki-themed stuff is back on-trend in NYC so naturally there's a Tiki Cocktails 101 With Cocktail Kingdom event at this year's NYCWFF. Tiki expert Jeff “Beachbum” Berry will be talking rum styles and tiki ingredients for crafting your own versions at home, plus offering tips for pairing different fresh fruits with various spirits. The Sunday evening timetable isn't ideal for Monday morning productivity, but don't let that stop you from a rollicking good time.

Chef Sara Jenkins knows Italian food and how to make it delicious, especially at her excellent porcine-centric Village eatery that serves porchetta. But she'll be talking another Italian staple at The Four Seasons of Pasta pairing event. Jenkins will be whipping up recipes from her new pasta cookbook of the same name, with wine writer Anthony Giglio talking perfect pairings for different types of sauces. In addition to fortifying pastas to keep you warm (it's in October, remember), guests get a copy of the book just as it's hitting shelves, for instructive uses in the kitchen or an easy checkmark off your holiday shopping list.


From Dumplings To Mozzarella: The 5 Best NYC Wine & Food Festival Events Under $100

The foodiot feeding frenzy known as the New York City Wine & Food Festival doesn't unleash its Celebrity Chef-driven spectacle on us until mid-October, but the time to buy tickets is now, before the quality events are sold out and you're stuck eating graham crackers in the parking lot. There are nearly 100 events dedicated to stuff your face happening between October 15th and 18th, from enormous tasting events to intimate dinners to classes taught by renowned chefs. Many of these button-popping experiences also come with a hefty price tag, with some topping out in the $250 range. But organizers always leave room for the thrifty with plenty of events $100 and under (just barely under, really) here are our recommendations to make the most for your money/calorie intake.

Xi'an Famous Foods has made a name for itself in this city, rapidly expanding from a small bubble tea shop in Flushing to a fully-fledged local chain, with eateries in three boroughs. And though they're known for a number of their delectable dishes—their hand-pulled noodles, for instance—few foods in the city hold a candle to their delicious dumplings. Learn their secrets at the Dumpling Making With Xi'an Famous Foods class, where owner Jason Wang will show each guest how to make the fillings, wrap the dumplings and properly cook them. Expect lots of dumpling eating, of course.

Everyone knows tapas, but what about its Mexican equivalent botanas? Learn more about the delicious bites at The Art of the Botana, a pairing session and tasting event hosted by Aaron Sanchez of Food Network fame and Josh Wessons from Southern Wine & Spirits of New York. Many of the dishes will be familiar—tacos, sopes, ceviches, etc.—but expect a few lesser-known (to NYC palates) dishes, plus plenty of tasty wine to compliment the flavors.

Tickets $95 // Saturday, October 17th, noon - 1 p.m. at the Hudson Hotel


Murray's

Murray's has been a lifeline for the city's cheese connoisseurs since founder Murray Greenberg opened the original Greenwich Village shop in 1940. They'll be bringing all those years of experience to the Festival with a Mozzarella Making Class, which they promise will make you the cheese expert you always knew you were. Not only will you leave with the skills to make fresh mozz at home, Murray's will be bringing along samples of their favorite pulled curd cheese, including the gold standard: burrata.

Tiki-themed stuff is back on-trend in NYC so naturally there's a Tiki Cocktails 101 With Cocktail Kingdom event at this year's NYCWFF. Tiki expert Jeff “Beachbum” Berry will be talking rum styles and tiki ingredients for crafting your own versions at home, plus offering tips for pairing different fresh fruits with various spirits. The Sunday evening timetable isn't ideal for Monday morning productivity, but don't let that stop you from a rollicking good time.

Chef Sara Jenkins knows Italian food and how to make it delicious, especially at her excellent porcine-centric Village eatery that serves porchetta. But she'll be talking another Italian staple at The Four Seasons of Pasta pairing event. Jenkins will be whipping up recipes from her new pasta cookbook of the same name, with wine writer Anthony Giglio talking perfect pairings for different types of sauces. In addition to fortifying pastas to keep you warm (it's in October, remember), guests get a copy of the book just as it's hitting shelves, for instructive uses in the kitchen or an easy checkmark off your holiday shopping list.


From Dumplings To Mozzarella: The 5 Best NYC Wine & Food Festival Events Under $100

The foodiot feeding frenzy known as the New York City Wine & Food Festival doesn't unleash its Celebrity Chef-driven spectacle on us until mid-October, but the time to buy tickets is now, before the quality events are sold out and you're stuck eating graham crackers in the parking lot. There are nearly 100 events dedicated to stuff your face happening between October 15th and 18th, from enormous tasting events to intimate dinners to classes taught by renowned chefs. Many of these button-popping experiences also come with a hefty price tag, with some topping out in the $250 range. But organizers always leave room for the thrifty with plenty of events $100 and under (just barely under, really) here are our recommendations to make the most for your money/calorie intake.

Xi'an Famous Foods has made a name for itself in this city, rapidly expanding from a small bubble tea shop in Flushing to a fully-fledged local chain, with eateries in three boroughs. And though they're known for a number of their delectable dishes—their hand-pulled noodles, for instance—few foods in the city hold a candle to their delicious dumplings. Learn their secrets at the Dumpling Making With Xi'an Famous Foods class, where owner Jason Wang will show each guest how to make the fillings, wrap the dumplings and properly cook them. Expect lots of dumpling eating, of course.

Everyone knows tapas, but what about its Mexican equivalent botanas? Learn more about the delicious bites at The Art of the Botana, a pairing session and tasting event hosted by Aaron Sanchez of Food Network fame and Josh Wessons from Southern Wine & Spirits of New York. Many of the dishes will be familiar—tacos, sopes, ceviches, etc.—but expect a few lesser-known (to NYC palates) dishes, plus plenty of tasty wine to compliment the flavors.

Tickets $95 // Saturday, October 17th, noon - 1 p.m. at the Hudson Hotel


Murray's

Murray's has been a lifeline for the city's cheese connoisseurs since founder Murray Greenberg opened the original Greenwich Village shop in 1940. They'll be bringing all those years of experience to the Festival with a Mozzarella Making Class, which they promise will make you the cheese expert you always knew you were. Not only will you leave with the skills to make fresh mozz at home, Murray's will be bringing along samples of their favorite pulled curd cheese, including the gold standard: burrata.

Tiki-themed stuff is back on-trend in NYC so naturally there's a Tiki Cocktails 101 With Cocktail Kingdom event at this year's NYCWFF. Tiki expert Jeff “Beachbum” Berry will be talking rum styles and tiki ingredients for crafting your own versions at home, plus offering tips for pairing different fresh fruits with various spirits. The Sunday evening timetable isn't ideal for Monday morning productivity, but don't let that stop you from a rollicking good time.

Chef Sara Jenkins knows Italian food and how to make it delicious, especially at her excellent porcine-centric Village eatery that serves porchetta. But she'll be talking another Italian staple at The Four Seasons of Pasta pairing event. Jenkins will be whipping up recipes from her new pasta cookbook of the same name, with wine writer Anthony Giglio talking perfect pairings for different types of sauces. In addition to fortifying pastas to keep you warm (it's in October, remember), guests get a copy of the book just as it's hitting shelves, for instructive uses in the kitchen or an easy checkmark off your holiday shopping list.


From Dumplings To Mozzarella: The 5 Best NYC Wine & Food Festival Events Under $100

The foodiot feeding frenzy known as the New York City Wine & Food Festival doesn't unleash its Celebrity Chef-driven spectacle on us until mid-October, but the time to buy tickets is now, before the quality events are sold out and you're stuck eating graham crackers in the parking lot. There are nearly 100 events dedicated to stuff your face happening between October 15th and 18th, from enormous tasting events to intimate dinners to classes taught by renowned chefs. Many of these button-popping experiences also come with a hefty price tag, with some topping out in the $250 range. But organizers always leave room for the thrifty with plenty of events $100 and under (just barely under, really) here are our recommendations to make the most for your money/calorie intake.

Xi'an Famous Foods has made a name for itself in this city, rapidly expanding from a small bubble tea shop in Flushing to a fully-fledged local chain, with eateries in three boroughs. And though they're known for a number of their delectable dishes—their hand-pulled noodles, for instance—few foods in the city hold a candle to their delicious dumplings. Learn their secrets at the Dumpling Making With Xi'an Famous Foods class, where owner Jason Wang will show each guest how to make the fillings, wrap the dumplings and properly cook them. Expect lots of dumpling eating, of course.

Everyone knows tapas, but what about its Mexican equivalent botanas? Learn more about the delicious bites at The Art of the Botana, a pairing session and tasting event hosted by Aaron Sanchez of Food Network fame and Josh Wessons from Southern Wine & Spirits of New York. Many of the dishes will be familiar—tacos, sopes, ceviches, etc.—but expect a few lesser-known (to NYC palates) dishes, plus plenty of tasty wine to compliment the flavors.

Tickets $95 // Saturday, October 17th, noon - 1 p.m. at the Hudson Hotel


Murray's

Murray's has been a lifeline for the city's cheese connoisseurs since founder Murray Greenberg opened the original Greenwich Village shop in 1940. They'll be bringing all those years of experience to the Festival with a Mozzarella Making Class, which they promise will make you the cheese expert you always knew you were. Not only will you leave with the skills to make fresh mozz at home, Murray's will be bringing along samples of their favorite pulled curd cheese, including the gold standard: burrata.

Tiki-themed stuff is back on-trend in NYC so naturally there's a Tiki Cocktails 101 With Cocktail Kingdom event at this year's NYCWFF. Tiki expert Jeff “Beachbum” Berry will be talking rum styles and tiki ingredients for crafting your own versions at home, plus offering tips for pairing different fresh fruits with various spirits. The Sunday evening timetable isn't ideal for Monday morning productivity, but don't let that stop you from a rollicking good time.

Chef Sara Jenkins knows Italian food and how to make it delicious, especially at her excellent porcine-centric Village eatery that serves porchetta. But she'll be talking another Italian staple at The Four Seasons of Pasta pairing event. Jenkins will be whipping up recipes from her new pasta cookbook of the same name, with wine writer Anthony Giglio talking perfect pairings for different types of sauces. In addition to fortifying pastas to keep you warm (it's in October, remember), guests get a copy of the book just as it's hitting shelves, for instructive uses in the kitchen or an easy checkmark off your holiday shopping list.


From Dumplings To Mozzarella: The 5 Best NYC Wine & Food Festival Events Under $100

The foodiot feeding frenzy known as the New York City Wine & Food Festival doesn't unleash its Celebrity Chef-driven spectacle on us until mid-October, but the time to buy tickets is now, before the quality events are sold out and you're stuck eating graham crackers in the parking lot. There are nearly 100 events dedicated to stuff your face happening between October 15th and 18th, from enormous tasting events to intimate dinners to classes taught by renowned chefs. Many of these button-popping experiences also come with a hefty price tag, with some topping out in the $250 range. But organizers always leave room for the thrifty with plenty of events $100 and under (just barely under, really) here are our recommendations to make the most for your money/calorie intake.

Xi'an Famous Foods has made a name for itself in this city, rapidly expanding from a small bubble tea shop in Flushing to a fully-fledged local chain, with eateries in three boroughs. And though they're known for a number of their delectable dishes—their hand-pulled noodles, for instance—few foods in the city hold a candle to their delicious dumplings. Learn their secrets at the Dumpling Making With Xi'an Famous Foods class, where owner Jason Wang will show each guest how to make the fillings, wrap the dumplings and properly cook them. Expect lots of dumpling eating, of course.

Everyone knows tapas, but what about its Mexican equivalent botanas? Learn more about the delicious bites at The Art of the Botana, a pairing session and tasting event hosted by Aaron Sanchez of Food Network fame and Josh Wessons from Southern Wine & Spirits of New York. Many of the dishes will be familiar—tacos, sopes, ceviches, etc.—but expect a few lesser-known (to NYC palates) dishes, plus plenty of tasty wine to compliment the flavors.

Tickets $95 // Saturday, October 17th, noon - 1 p.m. at the Hudson Hotel


Murray's

Murray's has been a lifeline for the city's cheese connoisseurs since founder Murray Greenberg opened the original Greenwich Village shop in 1940. They'll be bringing all those years of experience to the Festival with a Mozzarella Making Class, which they promise will make you the cheese expert you always knew you were. Not only will you leave with the skills to make fresh mozz at home, Murray's will be bringing along samples of their favorite pulled curd cheese, including the gold standard: burrata.

Tiki-themed stuff is back on-trend in NYC so naturally there's a Tiki Cocktails 101 With Cocktail Kingdom event at this year's NYCWFF. Tiki expert Jeff “Beachbum” Berry will be talking rum styles and tiki ingredients for crafting your own versions at home, plus offering tips for pairing different fresh fruits with various spirits. The Sunday evening timetable isn't ideal for Monday morning productivity, but don't let that stop you from a rollicking good time.

Chef Sara Jenkins knows Italian food and how to make it delicious, especially at her excellent porcine-centric Village eatery that serves porchetta. But she'll be talking another Italian staple at The Four Seasons of Pasta pairing event. Jenkins will be whipping up recipes from her new pasta cookbook of the same name, with wine writer Anthony Giglio talking perfect pairings for different types of sauces. In addition to fortifying pastas to keep you warm (it's in October, remember), guests get a copy of the book just as it's hitting shelves, for instructive uses in the kitchen or an easy checkmark off your holiday shopping list.


From Dumplings To Mozzarella: The 5 Best NYC Wine & Food Festival Events Under $100

The foodiot feeding frenzy known as the New York City Wine & Food Festival doesn't unleash its Celebrity Chef-driven spectacle on us until mid-October, but the time to buy tickets is now, before the quality events are sold out and you're stuck eating graham crackers in the parking lot. There are nearly 100 events dedicated to stuff your face happening between October 15th and 18th, from enormous tasting events to intimate dinners to classes taught by renowned chefs. Many of these button-popping experiences also come with a hefty price tag, with some topping out in the $250 range. But organizers always leave room for the thrifty with plenty of events $100 and under (just barely under, really) here are our recommendations to make the most for your money/calorie intake.

Xi'an Famous Foods has made a name for itself in this city, rapidly expanding from a small bubble tea shop in Flushing to a fully-fledged local chain, with eateries in three boroughs. And though they're known for a number of their delectable dishes—their hand-pulled noodles, for instance—few foods in the city hold a candle to their delicious dumplings. Learn their secrets at the Dumpling Making With Xi'an Famous Foods class, where owner Jason Wang will show each guest how to make the fillings, wrap the dumplings and properly cook them. Expect lots of dumpling eating, of course.

Everyone knows tapas, but what about its Mexican equivalent botanas? Learn more about the delicious bites at The Art of the Botana, a pairing session and tasting event hosted by Aaron Sanchez of Food Network fame and Josh Wessons from Southern Wine & Spirits of New York. Many of the dishes will be familiar—tacos, sopes, ceviches, etc.—but expect a few lesser-known (to NYC palates) dishes, plus plenty of tasty wine to compliment the flavors.

Tickets $95 // Saturday, October 17th, noon - 1 p.m. at the Hudson Hotel


Murray's

Murray's has been a lifeline for the city's cheese connoisseurs since founder Murray Greenberg opened the original Greenwich Village shop in 1940. They'll be bringing all those years of experience to the Festival with a Mozzarella Making Class, which they promise will make you the cheese expert you always knew you were. Not only will you leave with the skills to make fresh mozz at home, Murray's will be bringing along samples of their favorite pulled curd cheese, including the gold standard: burrata.

Tiki-themed stuff is back on-trend in NYC so naturally there's a Tiki Cocktails 101 With Cocktail Kingdom event at this year's NYCWFF. Tiki expert Jeff “Beachbum” Berry will be talking rum styles and tiki ingredients for crafting your own versions at home, plus offering tips for pairing different fresh fruits with various spirits. The Sunday evening timetable isn't ideal for Monday morning productivity, but don't let that stop you from a rollicking good time.

Chef Sara Jenkins knows Italian food and how to make it delicious, especially at her excellent porcine-centric Village eatery that serves porchetta. But she'll be talking another Italian staple at The Four Seasons of Pasta pairing event. Jenkins will be whipping up recipes from her new pasta cookbook of the same name, with wine writer Anthony Giglio talking perfect pairings for different types of sauces. In addition to fortifying pastas to keep you warm (it's in October, remember), guests get a copy of the book just as it's hitting shelves, for instructive uses in the kitchen or an easy checkmark off your holiday shopping list.


From Dumplings To Mozzarella: The 5 Best NYC Wine & Food Festival Events Under $100

The foodiot feeding frenzy known as the New York City Wine & Food Festival doesn't unleash its Celebrity Chef-driven spectacle on us until mid-October, but the time to buy tickets is now, before the quality events are sold out and you're stuck eating graham crackers in the parking lot. There are nearly 100 events dedicated to stuff your face happening between October 15th and 18th, from enormous tasting events to intimate dinners to classes taught by renowned chefs. Many of these button-popping experiences also come with a hefty price tag, with some topping out in the $250 range. But organizers always leave room for the thrifty with plenty of events $100 and under (just barely under, really) here are our recommendations to make the most for your money/calorie intake.

Xi'an Famous Foods has made a name for itself in this city, rapidly expanding from a small bubble tea shop in Flushing to a fully-fledged local chain, with eateries in three boroughs. And though they're known for a number of their delectable dishes—their hand-pulled noodles, for instance—few foods in the city hold a candle to their delicious dumplings. Learn their secrets at the Dumpling Making With Xi'an Famous Foods class, where owner Jason Wang will show each guest how to make the fillings, wrap the dumplings and properly cook them. Expect lots of dumpling eating, of course.

Everyone knows tapas, but what about its Mexican equivalent botanas? Learn more about the delicious bites at The Art of the Botana, a pairing session and tasting event hosted by Aaron Sanchez of Food Network fame and Josh Wessons from Southern Wine & Spirits of New York. Many of the dishes will be familiar—tacos, sopes, ceviches, etc.—but expect a few lesser-known (to NYC palates) dishes, plus plenty of tasty wine to compliment the flavors.

Tickets $95 // Saturday, October 17th, noon - 1 p.m. at the Hudson Hotel


Murray's

Murray's has been a lifeline for the city's cheese connoisseurs since founder Murray Greenberg opened the original Greenwich Village shop in 1940. They'll be bringing all those years of experience to the Festival with a Mozzarella Making Class, which they promise will make you the cheese expert you always knew you were. Not only will you leave with the skills to make fresh mozz at home, Murray's will be bringing along samples of their favorite pulled curd cheese, including the gold standard: burrata.

Tiki-themed stuff is back on-trend in NYC so naturally there's a Tiki Cocktails 101 With Cocktail Kingdom event at this year's NYCWFF. Tiki expert Jeff “Beachbum” Berry will be talking rum styles and tiki ingredients for crafting your own versions at home, plus offering tips for pairing different fresh fruits with various spirits. The Sunday evening timetable isn't ideal for Monday morning productivity, but don't let that stop you from a rollicking good time.

Chef Sara Jenkins knows Italian food and how to make it delicious, especially at her excellent porcine-centric Village eatery that serves porchetta. But she'll be talking another Italian staple at The Four Seasons of Pasta pairing event. Jenkins will be whipping up recipes from her new pasta cookbook of the same name, with wine writer Anthony Giglio talking perfect pairings for different types of sauces. In addition to fortifying pastas to keep you warm (it's in October, remember), guests get a copy of the book just as it's hitting shelves, for instructive uses in the kitchen or an easy checkmark off your holiday shopping list.


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