Vendys, and the New York City Wine and Food Festival one week after! Having been to NYCWFF events three years running, I've gotten the chance to check out a number of their classic events, most of which still have tickets available. Here's a rundown of which tickets you should buy now!
Carts in the Parc aka my favoritest event last year. There's plenty of room, seats, and food to make this afternoon crazy enjoyable. I know that $125 is steep, but if you can splurge on this, you definitely should. If you're looking for something on the cheaper side, there are a few talks still available including "The A List" panel. Those with kiddies can also find a number of events still open. Any one want to learn how to decorate with Duff himself?
SWEET. This year it's on Friday night and downtown closer to all the other events. If you do this, be prepared to eat a serious amount of sweets, and mostly all will be crazy delicious. Another event worth looking into is Chelsea After Dark. I've never had the chance to attend, but I've heard really good things. At $105, it's a bit cheaper than most of the nighttime events.
Whatever you decide, NYCWFF is definitely a fun weekend of activities and shouldn't be missed. And seeing as it benefits Food Bank for NYC and Share Our Strength, you can feel good about munching on some deliciousness. Click here to buy some tickets!
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