Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Have You Bought Your 2013 Choice Eats Tickets Yet?

Dirt Candy Cotton Candy 
I know it's only January...but March is right around the corner and in the NYC food world that means time for the annual Village Voice Choice Eats. They just announced the third round of participating restaurants--they're up to 35 so far with more on the horizon and I'm willing to bet that before all the restaurants are named this event will be totally sold out...

The VIP tickets for the 6th Annual Choice Eats sold out in a record thirty minutes. Thirty minutes people! And they only have a limited number of general admission tickets left. Here's who's coming so far...

606 R&D
Black Shack Burger
Bobwhite Lunch and Supper Counter
Brooklyn Cured
Brooklyn Kolache
Buka
Butter and Scotch
Del Posto
Dirt Candy
Ditch Plains
Fanny
Fletcher's Brooklyn Barbecue
Jimmy's No. 43
Joe Dough
John Brown Smokehouse
Kaia Wine Bar
Littleneck
Kuma Inn
Lucky 777 Chili
Luke's Lobster
Mable's Smokehouse & Banquet Hall
Maima's Liberian Bistro
Mexico Lindo
Mooncake Foods
No. 7.
Nom Wah Tea Parlor
Ovenly
Parish Hall
Spicy Bampa
The Meatball Shop
Thirty Acres
Txikito
Xe May Sandwich Shop
Yunnan Kitchen
Zenon Taverna,
and Zucker Bakery.

  Robicelli's Cupcake 

 And here are the details. This year's event will be held Tuesday, March 19, 2013 from 6:30 - 9:30 PM at the 69th Armory on Lexington Avenue. General Admission tickets are $50 and include "complimentary food and dessert tasting, craft beer pairings, wine & liquor beverages, and entertainment throughout the night." Also, in addition to "Eats" you get "Choice Sweets" tasty dessert morsels from some of the best spots in the city. A portion of the ticket sales go to Slow Food NYC.

For a food event in the city on this scale with this much good food (and booze), it's seriously a no-brainer. You will get your money's worth. Click here for tickets before they sell out and you're stuck buying pricey scalped ones on Craigslist.

 Need more convincing? Check out our past Choice Eats coverage. You can keep tabs on the events, including the soon to be announced Choice Streets and any new restaurant additions by following @ChoiceEats.

2 comments:

Jenn said...

Heck yeah, I'll be there! Second year in a row.

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