Great experience, but suffered from a lack of organization. Signs telling where the event was held would have been nice, as would some sort of food option- either included or for purchase separately.
We didn't like a couple things. One, there was no food! They advertised there would be food ... also when you're sampling wine, you want to nibble on at least cheese and crackers. We were starting and rushed to get out for dinner. Also, the lines were long and there weren't that many vendors. It would have been fun for like $25-$35 bucks but no more than that.
Fun event...many vendors were really pleasant. Some food would been great though too...
Save the money and hassle and just buy a bottle of rose. The lines were long and the pours were tiny.
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Jeff Popkin was tired of hearing about parties only after they happened. Being a fan of parties, he did not appreciate this, and he imagined other people shared his sentiment. He started Boston Event Guide, a website that aggregates upcoming bashes in one place including some of the top social, nightlife, fashion, restaurant, and arts events in Boston and you can see all at Boston Event Guide. In addition to posting events such as fashion shows at the Liberty Hotel, party cruises, and beer-and-chocolate tours, he and his staff send out a weekly newsletter that highlights top events that are ideal for company outings, birthdays, or group parties.
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