275 Old Post Road
Southport, CT 06890
Taste of Fairfield is the culinary event of the year. Restaurants, specialty markets, winemakers, craft brewers, and others will fill the back lot at the magical Delamar Southport/Artisan Restaurant to serve their signature cuisine and curated cocktails and beverages to foodies and fun-loving folk in the area. There will be music, fun, and roving entertainment.
What is the Taste of Fairfield?
It is the culinary event of the year. The area’s finest restaurants, gourmet food purveyors, beer-crafters, wine markets, and more present their signature dishes and drinks to foodies and fun-loving folk. There will be music and other entertainment.
When is the Taste of Fairfield?
Sunday, October, 8, 2017, 1 pm to 4 pm
Where is the Taste of Fairfield?
Delamar Southport, 275 Old Post Road, Southport, CT
Where do I park?
There are various remote parking options: Trinity Episcopal Church, Southport Congregational Church, and Southport Train Station. There is no parking at the Delamar for this event. A Foodie Ferry by Jaguar Land Rover Fairfield will bring guests from remote parking to the awesome event.
How much does the Taste of Fairfield cost?
Pre-purchased general admission is $60, which includes food, drink, and entertainment all afternoon. A VIP pass is $125 and provides valet parking, food service, open bar, entertainment, and access to a lounge with TV. Children 15 and under are $20. Day-of-the event tickets, if available, are $65 for general admission and $130 for the VIP lounge.
Will there be entertainment?
Indeed, there will be. Otis and the Hurricanes will provide awesome live entertainment. And there will be some other folks strolling the grounds, engaging in interesting conversations.
Who is the organizer of the Taste of Fairfield?
TownVibe/Fairfield Magazine, the leading publisher of high-quality magazines for the people of Fairfield County, Litchfield County, Westchester County, and Berkshire County. TownVibe creates quality content that strengthens communities by connecting its people, organizations, and businesses. Like at the Taste of Fairfield, good things happen when people connect.
Does Taste of Fairfield benefit a charity?
Yes, 100% of the money taken in from our Chances to Win program goes to Operation Hope, plus there is other money raised for Operation Hope during the Taste of Fairfield. We will also provide a list of goods that attendees can bring to Taste of Fairfield that will go directly to Operation Hope.
Will it be the best culinary event of the year?
No doubt about it.
Do you have to be 21 years of age to attend the Taste of Fairfield?
No, you do not have to be 21 to purchase a ticket and attend, but you do have to be 21 to drink alcohol, so please bring a government-issued photo ID.
Will the event happen rain or shine?
Yes, the event will happen rain or shine. A portion of the festival space will be tented.
What can I not bring to the event?
You cannot bring outside food or alcohol or any devices that play music that can be heard by fellow attendees. Pets: no tigers, no bears, no dogs, no cats. Shoulder-perched birds are welcome.
Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Geoffrey Morris at firstname.lastname@example.org or Kim Zeiss at 203-431-1708 ext 111
Is my registration/ticket transferrable?
No, tickets cannot be refunded or transferred
How do you make an egg roll?
Just give it a push.
Any other food jokes?
A chef put two cupcakes in the oven. One cupcake said, "It's hot in here." The other screamed, "Ahh! A talking cupcake!"
Is that it?
Ok. One more. But that's it. Why didn't the sesame seed leave the casino on time? Because he was on a roll.
TownVibe provides quality content to strengthen communities by connecting its people, organizations, and businesses. TownVibe publishes six high-quality publications for the people of Fairfield County, Litchfield County, Berkshire County, and Westchester County.