Food & Drink Lovers' Top 5 Events in NYC
Sip Rosé from around the world as you explore 14 rooms that celebrate the culture, history, and science of your favorite pink drink. During this interactive wine tasting experience, you’ll visit Cleopatra’s Palace, perform a 1960’s acid test, jump in a disco ball pit, toss confetti in a giant cake, and more! Then experience RoséLand, a wine-themed playground with chandelier swings, tacos, photo ops, and the largest Rosé wine list in the country.
Join more than 75 exhibitors from around the nation as they pour tastings of their finest coffees and teas, and introduce you to new and award-winning products! This international extravaganza celebrating all things coffee and tea will offer two days of seminars from well-known industry pros and pioneers, pairings, tastings and more. The exhibit hall will also feature some of the most delectable sweet and savory foods to compliment the spectacular collection of local and national coffees and teas.
The 10th Annual NYCVFF features plant-based food and products, speakers, chef cooking demos, mind/body/fitness classes, kids’ activities and much more. The 2-day festival is a showcase of 100% vegan innovation, with revolutionary plant-based food, products and fun for kids and adults alike. The largest collection of plant-based food and lifestyle vendors in NYC under one roof! Plus two fully programmed stages highlighting over 40 world-class speakers, chefs, and entertainers over the course of the weekend.
New York City is famous for specialty desserts. Cupcakes have unique flavors, we may even find even a Whiskey flavored one.
Dumplings, knishes, tacos & pretzels: America’s food choices wouldn’t be as diverse without immigration! Join this New York tour to sample the delicious effects of mass immigration while learning about those that dared to live the American Dream. Get in touch with the tasty culture of NYC on this New York food tour that is a pleasure for both the body and the mind! This New York City tour starts off at a location where many new citizens are made official, City Hall. Here at the northern edge of the colonial city, we start our journey with a delicious Dutch breakfast treat, just one of many foods that has made its way over thanks to the immigrant population in NYC. On this historical tour of New York, we make our way in a loop around the NYC LES, visiting 100-year old bakeries, churches, markets, and historic sites. We stroll the streets of Little Italy just as Lucky Luciano might have a century ago. Marvel at former and still operating synagogues and Jewish clothing stores. We dive into the culture remembered at places such as the Lower East Side Tenement Museum and the African Burial Ground, and the crowded and teaming streets of Chinatown, where you feel like you’re in Shanghai! Along the way on our New York City food tour, we sink our teeth into amazing stories and amazing food. Knishes, prosciutto, dumplings, and more. We taste why New York City is the center of the world and the culinary legacy left here by those that have passed by Lady Liberty on their way to fulfill the American Dream.