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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

  • Acclaimed mixologists, bartenders, chefs, and critics take the spotlight at the Library of Distilled Spirits to chat about the hospitality industry and their own work each week. Join them and sip a cocktail inspired by the day's event.
  • Les Dames d’Escoffier New York’s 5th annual culinary event celebrates new food trends with a lineup of culinary experts shaping the conversation about food and drink. Plus, enjoy hors d’oeuvres and networking with women in food and hospitality.
  • Learn to pair meat, cheese, and artisanal accoutrements with the cheese experts at Murray’s Cheese, while sipping unlimited bubbly and red wine.
  • This three-hour excursion through Little Italy and Arthur Avenue will take you to Italian bakeries, specialty shops, fish markets, butcher shops, and more. Learn the neighborhood’s storied and delicious history.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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!
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Enjoy spectacular views of the Manhattan skyline while you sip 100 styles of craft spirits. There will also be eats from local food vendors, live music, and games.
  • 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.
  • On Fridays in Williamsburg, head to the VICE Night Market. You'll catch DJs spinning vinyl, programming from VICE, and delicious food and drinks from vendors like Mao’s Bao, Scarr’s Pizza, Oyster Party, and Palenque Homemade Colombian Food.
  • Take an interactive, hands-on mixology and cocktail class. Learn how to transform local produce, herbs, and botanicals — from the Farmer's Market and Apothéke's Rooftop Herb Garden — into seasonal cocktails.
  • Murray’s Cheese experts lead a tasting that highlights the best wines and cheeses of the upcoming season, with tips and tricks of pairing them perfectly. Taste cheeses and sample red, white, and dessert wines from around the world.
  • An evening of food, music, and dancing celebrates Jewish ethnicities and cultures — including bites from Morocco, Yemen, Iran, Ethiopia, and more. Women Cook empowers women in distressed communities to use their culinary skills to become economically independent.
  • Celebrate the delicious history and continuing presence of NYC's markets and their local producers. Partake in the unique food and craft beverages from Essex, Arthur Ave., La Marqueta, and Moore St. Markets at the South Street Seaport.
  • Meet the charming French cookie expert Michel et Augustin at their office, called the Banana Farm, for baking classes and tastings.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • The new Essex Street Market will celebrate all things cider for one night only. Try more than 75 ciders from 29 New York Association cider producers, paired with cider-friendly bites from the market’s local merchants.
  • The 6th Annual Whisky Festival will feature more than 25 bourbons, ryes, and malts from around the world. Learn and taste from your favorite brands, discover new distillers, and enjoy snacks while you sip.
  • The passion for all things chocolate is the theme at Salon du Chocolat, which features chocolatiers, artisans, pastry chefs, and chocolate experts. Enjoy tastings, shop for treats, and learn something new.
  • This all-Canadian oyster festival will feature unlimited Canadian oysters, as well as chowders, shrimp, beer, wine, and vodka. There will also be live music and an oyster shucking contest with a $1,000 grand prize.
  • 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.
  • Acclaimed mixologists, bartenders, chefs, and critics take the spotlight at the Library of Distilled Spirits to chat about the hospitality industry and their own work each week. Join them and sip a cocktail inspired by the day's event.
  • Les Dames d’Escoffier New York’s 5th annual culinary event celebrates new food trends with a lineup of culinary experts shaping the conversation about food and drink. Plus, enjoy hors d’oeuvres and networking with women in food and hospitality.
  • Learn to pair meat, cheese, and artisanal accoutrements with the cheese experts at Murray’s Cheese, while sipping unlimited bubbly and red wine.
  • This three-hour excursion through Little Italy and Arthur Avenue will take you to Italian bakeries, specialty shops, fish markets, butcher shops, and more. Learn the neighborhood’s storied and delicious history.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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!
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Enjoy spectacular views of the Manhattan skyline while you sip 100 styles of craft spirits. There will also be eats from local food vendors, live music, and games.
  • 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.
  • On Fridays in Williamsburg, head to the VICE Night Market. You'll catch DJs spinning vinyl, programming from VICE, and delicious food and drinks from vendors like Mao’s Bao, Scarr’s Pizza, Oyster Party, and Palenque Homemade Colombian Food.
  • Take an interactive, hands-on mixology and cocktail class. Learn how to transform local produce, herbs, and botanicals — from the Farmer's Market and Apothéke's Rooftop Herb Garden — into seasonal cocktails.
  • Murray’s Cheese experts lead a tasting that highlights the best wines and cheeses of the upcoming season, with tips and tricks of pairing them perfectly. Taste cheeses and sample red, white, and dessert wines from around the world.
  • An evening of food, music, and dancing celebrates Jewish ethnicities and cultures — including bites from Morocco, Yemen, Iran, Ethiopia, and more. Women Cook empowers women in distressed communities to use their culinary skills to become economically independent.
  • Celebrate the delicious history and continuing presence of NYC's markets and their local producers. Partake in the unique food and craft beverages from Essex, Arthur Ave., La Marqueta, and Moore St. Markets at the South Street Seaport.
  • Meet the charming French cookie expert Michel et Augustin at their office, called the Banana Farm, for baking classes and tastings.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • The new Essex Street Market will celebrate all things cider for one night only. Try more than 75 ciders from 29 New York Association cider producers, paired with cider-friendly bites from the market’s local merchants.
  • The 6th Annual Whisky Festival will feature more than 25 bourbons, ryes, and malts from around the world. Learn and taste from your favorite brands, discover new distillers, and enjoy snacks while you sip.
  • The passion for all things chocolate is the theme at Salon du Chocolat, which features chocolatiers, artisans, pastry chefs, and chocolate experts. Enjoy tastings, shop for treats, and learn something new.
  • This all-Canadian oyster festival will feature unlimited Canadian oysters, as well as chowders, shrimp, beer, wine, and vodka. There will also be live music and an oyster shucking contest with a $1,000 grand prize.
  • 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
Collection by 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.
  • Acclaimed mixologists, bartenders, chefs, and critics take the spotlight at the Library of Distilled Spirits to chat about the hospitality industry and their own work each week. Join them and sip a cocktail inspired by the day's event.
  • Les Dames d’Escoffier New York’s 5th annual culinary event celebrates new food trends with a lineup of culinary experts shaping the conversation about food and drink. Plus, enjoy hors d’oeuvres and networking with women in food and hospitality.
  • Learn to pair meat, cheese, and artisanal accoutrements with the cheese experts at Murray’s Cheese, while sipping unlimited bubbly and red wine.
  • This three-hour excursion through Little Italy and Arthur Avenue will take you to Italian bakeries, specialty shops, fish markets, butcher shops, and more. Learn the neighborhood’s storied and delicious history.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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!
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Enjoy spectacular views of the Manhattan skyline while you sip 100 styles of craft spirits. There will also be eats from local food vendors, live music, and games.
  • 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.
  • On Fridays in Williamsburg, head to the VICE Night Market. You'll catch DJs spinning vinyl, programming from VICE, and delicious food and drinks from vendors like Mao’s Bao, Scarr’s Pizza, Oyster Party, and Palenque Homemade Colombian Food.
  • Take an interactive, hands-on mixology and cocktail class. Learn how to transform local produce, herbs, and botanicals — from the Farmer's Market and Apothéke's Rooftop Herb Garden — into seasonal cocktails.
  • Murray’s Cheese experts lead a tasting that highlights the best wines and cheeses of the upcoming season, with tips and tricks of pairing them perfectly. Taste cheeses and sample red, white, and dessert wines from around the world.
  • An evening of food, music, and dancing celebrates Jewish ethnicities and cultures — including bites from Morocco, Yemen, Iran, Ethiopia, and more. Women Cook empowers women in distressed communities to use their culinary skills to become economically independent.
  • Celebrate the delicious history and continuing presence of NYC's markets and their local producers. Partake in the unique food and craft beverages from Essex, Arthur Ave., La Marqueta, and Moore St. Markets at the South Street Seaport.
  • Meet the charming French cookie expert Michel et Augustin at their office, called the Banana Farm, for baking classes and tastings.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • The new Essex Street Market will celebrate all things cider for one night only. Try more than 75 ciders from 29 New York Association cider producers, paired with cider-friendly bites from the market’s local merchants.
  • The 6th Annual Whisky Festival will feature more than 25 bourbons, ryes, and malts from around the world. Learn and taste from your favorite brands, discover new distillers, and enjoy snacks while you sip.
  • The passion for all things chocolate is the theme at Salon du Chocolat, which features chocolatiers, artisans, pastry chefs, and chocolate experts. Enjoy tastings, shop for treats, and learn something new.
  • This all-Canadian oyster festival will feature unlimited Canadian oysters, as well as chowders, shrimp, beer, wine, and vodka. There will also be live music and an oyster shucking contest with a $1,000 grand prize.
  • 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.
  • Acclaimed mixologists, bartenders, chefs, and critics take the spotlight at the Library of Distilled Spirits to chat about the hospitality industry and their own work each week. Join them and sip a cocktail inspired by the day's event.
  • Les Dames d’Escoffier New York’s 5th annual culinary event celebrates new food trends with a lineup of culinary experts shaping the conversation about food and drink. Plus, enjoy hors d’oeuvres and networking with women in food and hospitality.
  • Learn to pair meat, cheese, and artisanal accoutrements with the cheese experts at Murray’s Cheese, while sipping unlimited bubbly and red wine.
  • This three-hour excursion through Little Italy and Arthur Avenue will take you to Italian bakeries, specialty shops, fish markets, butcher shops, and more. Learn the neighborhood’s storied and delicious history.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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!
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Enjoy spectacular views of the Manhattan skyline while you sip 100 styles of craft spirits. There will also be eats from local food vendors, live music, and games.
  • 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.
  • On Fridays in Williamsburg, head to the VICE Night Market. You'll catch DJs spinning vinyl, programming from VICE, and delicious food and drinks from vendors like Mao’s Bao, Scarr’s Pizza, Oyster Party, and Palenque Homemade Colombian Food.
  • Take an interactive, hands-on mixology and cocktail class. Learn how to transform local produce, herbs, and botanicals — from the Farmer's Market and Apothéke's Rooftop Herb Garden — into seasonal cocktails.
  • Murray’s Cheese experts lead a tasting that highlights the best wines and cheeses of the upcoming season, with tips and tricks of pairing them perfectly. Taste cheeses and sample red, white, and dessert wines from around the world.
  • An evening of food, music, and dancing celebrates Jewish ethnicities and cultures — including bites from Morocco, Yemen, Iran, Ethiopia, and more. Women Cook empowers women in distressed communities to use their culinary skills to become economically independent.
  • Celebrate the delicious history and continuing presence of NYC's markets and their local producers. Partake in the unique food and craft beverages from Essex, Arthur Ave., La Marqueta, and Moore St. Markets at the South Street Seaport.
  • Meet the charming French cookie expert Michel et Augustin at their office, called the Banana Farm, for baking classes and tastings.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • The new Essex Street Market will celebrate all things cider for one night only. Try more than 75 ciders from 29 New York Association cider producers, paired with cider-friendly bites from the market’s local merchants.
  • The 6th Annual Whisky Festival will feature more than 25 bourbons, ryes, and malts from around the world. Learn and taste from your favorite brands, discover new distillers, and enjoy snacks while you sip.
  • The passion for all things chocolate is the theme at Salon du Chocolat, which features chocolatiers, artisans, pastry chefs, and chocolate experts. Enjoy tastings, shop for treats, and learn something new.
  • This all-Canadian oyster festival will feature unlimited Canadian oysters, as well as chowders, shrimp, beer, wine, and vodka. There will also be live music and an oyster shucking contest with a $1,000 grand prize.
  • 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.