Edible Brooklyn & Edible Manhattan present Brooklyn Uncorked
Wednesday, May 9, 2012 from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM (COT)
***Even though regular tickets are sold out, VIP tickets are still available through Thrillist. Your $55 ticket entitles you to extra pours from Lieb Family Cellars; Palmer Vineyards; Ravines Vineyard; Roanoke Vineyards; Shinn Estate Vineyards, a special spread from Stinky Bklyn and a goodie bag from Whole Foods and Arirang Kimchi.***
Anthony Nappa Wines, Baiting Hollow Farm Vineyard, Bedell Cellars Winery, Bloomer Creek Vineyard, Bouquet Wines, Castello Di Borghese Vineyards, Channing Daughters Winery, Gramercy Vineyards, Grapes of Roth, Harbes Family Vineyards, Jamesport Vineyards, Lieb Family Cellars, Long Island Merlot Alliance, Macari Vineyards, Mattebella Vineyards, McCall Wines of Cutchogue, Millbrook Winery, One Woman Wine, Palmer Vineyards, Peconic Bay, Raphael Winery, Ravines Wine Cellars, Red Tail Ridge Winery, Reilly Cellars, Roanoke Vineyards, Sannino Bella Vita Vineyards, Scarola Vineyards, Sherwood House, Shinn Estate Vineyards, Sparkling Pointe Winery, Suhru Wines, Waters Crest Winery, Wolffer Estate Vineyard
Allswell, Arirang Kimchi, Back Forty West, Blaue Gans, Bruce Cost Ginger Ale, Brucie, Colonie, D. Coluccio & Sons, Dallis Bros. Coffee, Five Points & Hundred Acres, Gramercy Tavern, Green Mountain Energy, Greenmarkets/ GrowNYC, Gwynnett Street Restaurant, iCi Restaurant, Jimmy's No. 43, Local Roots, Northeast Kingdom, Osteria il Paiolo, Orwasher's Bakery, Palo Santo, PRINT., Rose Water, SchoolHouse Kitchen, SerendipiTea, Tanoreen, The Chocolate Room, The Good Fork, The Green Table/The Cleaver Co., The Vanderbilt, Trestle on Tenth, Watty & Meg
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Edible Brooklyn & Edible Manhattan
Edible celebrates the boroughs' diverse food and delicious culture. Brimming with engaging stories and enticing photography, Edible defines and honors NYC cuisine. This is a magazine with an opinion, one that advocates for preserving food traditions, savoring food experiences, and pulling back the curtain on where Brooklyn and Manhattan's food comes from and how it gets here.