This year has brought an unprecedented amount of restaurant openings, expansions, and renovations to Brooklyn, truly proving the prominence of its food scene. New York Times food critic Pete Wells has favorably reviewed Brooklyn restaurants and tourists have made Brooklyn prime destination when visiting NYC.
On Tuesday, April 29, our fourth annual Tasting Brooklyn at The Green Building allows you to taste unlimited bites and sips from some of Brooklyn's best restaurants, and celebrate our amazing culinary scene in 2014.
For the second year in a row, DJ Nutritious, will be spinning soulful, eclectic tunes to enjoy your food to.
New This Year! Expect restaurants to bring their A+ game in hopes of snagging the "Best Dish" title, chosen by none other than you! That's right, eat your way through 20 dishes and vote for the one you enjoyed best. The restauarant behind the winning dish receives a featured write-up plus complimentary advertising on our site.
This is definitely an event you and your friends don't want to miss! Or come alone and meet other foodies. Where else can you enjoy a 30-course tasting (samples from 30 local food, spirit, beer, and wine producers) for only $55?! Or receive VIP treatment for $80, and receive an awesome (and delicious!) VIP Gift Bag paired with an extra hour of tastings. VIP admission starts at 5:30 and General Admission is from 6:30pm to 9pm.
1 Knickerbocker, Benchmark, Dinosaur Bar-B-Que, Dosa Royale, El Born, Falansai, Hunter's, Luke's Lobster, Martha, Palo Santo, Taco Santo, Tchoup Shop, Fairway Market, St. Austere, The Pines, Zona Rosa, Robicellis, Baked, Fabipops, Kiwiana, Tutu's
Drinks Provided By:
Huckleberry Bar, Lavender Lake, Alice's Arbor, Owney's Rum, Widow Jane, Sixpoint Beer, Brooklyn Oenology, White Pike, Cacao Prieto
VIP Gift Bag Contributors:
Sahadi's, Pelzer's Pretzels, Peeled Snacks, Love Sweet Love Pralines, Buttermilk Bake Shop, By Brooklyn, Fairway Market, Brooklyn Kitchen, Raaka Chocolate, Brooklyn Beef Jerky, Thumbs Cookies, Brooklyn Tea Co.
Charity Partner: A portion of the event's proceeds will benefit Slow Food NYC, a non-profit, member-supported organization founded in 1989 to counteract the culture of fast food. Slow Food stands against the disappearance of local food traditions and people's dwindling interest in the food they eat, where it comes from, how it tastes and how our food choices affect the rest of the world.
Tickets will sell out, so be sure to snag them quickly!
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