Cook. Eat. Drink. Live. :: October 26-27, New York City

Couldn’t put it more succinctly myself. It would make a perfect fortune cookie line or even a better culinary event.

Culinary events in New York are getting bigger and badder all the time, but this puppy is so HUGE that it’s going to require all of Pier 94. Cook. Eat. Drink. Live. to be held October 26-27th, will be a combo of a giant trade show (think the Fancy Food Show) as well as a giant dining event (à la Taste of New York), adding in fifteen cooking classes a day, five wine-tasting classes, and five mixology classes too, taught by celebrity chefs such as alumni of Bravo’s “Top Chef” program, Ilan Hall and Sam Talbot, and by Gotham’s top restaurant chefs, including Brad Farmerie of Public, and Amanda Freitag of Gusto.

Want more? There will also be opportunities to sample wines and spirits from around the world, and seminars on sushi-making, and caviar tasting. Younger visitors can develop their palates at the Children’s Pavilion, where there will be cooking demos targeted at the elementary school set. The Make-A-Wish Foundation will receive 5% of proceeds from the sales of tickets.

Normally, this orgy of A-list epicureanism would cost $325 a day, but buy tickets with the NYMAG code for a reduced rate of $175 a day or $350 for the weekend, including all demos.

Thursday, October 25–Saturday, October 27, Pier 94, Twelfth Avenue at 55th Street,

For more information or to purchase tickets, visit www.247365nyc.com .

P.S. I’m flying cross-country for this bad boy!

By Vagablond’s Token Redhead.

Comments (2)

  1. Susan
    Susan says:

    Hey, Red. ( I am a brunette.)

    Just saw this about NYC’s food/drink event at Pier 94. I live
    in Manhattan and think I am pretty in the know, but didn’t have
    a clue about this. Sent it to my foodie good buddy and we are
    absolutely going to check it out. Sounds w-o-n-d-e-r-full!
    (Thanks for heads up on how to get a reduced price ticket.)

  2. Janice Nieder
    Janice Nieder says:

    Hey Brown;-)

    Glad I could be of help. Look for me there (among the masses) and come say “Hi.”

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