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Capital Food and Wine Festival features vintages from more than 100 wineries and 40 different beers on tap. Despite the readily available beverages, though, the festival maintains a low-key atmosphere. As opposed to wailing rock bands, live music comes in the form of acoustical guitar and piano. The newly added O'Blarney's Sports Bar provides a place to kick back and relax, complete with big-screen TVs displaying live sports action so guests can see refs making bad calls in nearly real-life size. Of course, there's more to consume than just drinks. Local restaurants supply food throughout the day, ranging from sandwiches to hot, catered lunches.