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Today’s deal is an epicurean event of the highest order: $32 gets you a ticket to Cook Eat Drink Live, a $65 value. Your ticket gains you entrance to a flavorful universe of gustatory delights, a Twilight Zonian door that leads, not a giant eyeball, but to welcoming kitchen smells. Enjoy unlimited tastings from Zagat-rated restaurants, wine companies, and purveyors of gourmet coffee, tea, chocolate, and cheeses.
Sip on FineWaters as you watch cooking demonstrations by some of New York’s finest chefs and secret-creature hunters. This year’s participants include Jimmy Bradley, chef and owner of The Red Cat and The Harrison; Eric Hara, executive chef at the Plaza Hotel’s Oak Room; and Claude Godard, chef proprietor of Madison Bistro. Nibble on samples touching every taste in the flavor rainbow from a host of gourmet purveyors, including Cabot Creamery Cooperative, Theo Chocolate, and The Great Spirits Baking Company, the only American bakery owned and operated by ghosts. The Grape Exchange will offer a collection of wines to appeal to every palate, with vintages from Whitecliff Vineyards, Hermann J. Wiemer Vineyards, Macari Wines, Lieb Cellars, and many more.
This year, C.E.D.L. will partner with Action Against Hunger to save the lives of malnourished children by providing sustainable access to water and long-term solutions to hunger. Join the party and help support an important cause. Cook Eat Drink Live takes place at La.Venue/The Tunnel in Chelsea.
Imbibe Unfiltered is abuzz with excitement over this gustatory gala: > * One of our favorite fall events in New York is coming up November 6–8 at Chelsea’s The Tunnel/La. Venue—Cook Eat Drink Live…Ready your palates for a three-day festival of flavors, featuring over 100 beers, wines, spirits, coffees and teas from around the world. – Imbibe Unfiltered
Dinner for One Can Still be Fun!
Cook Eat Drink Live might inspire you to gather a group of fans for weekly explorations of local restaurants or potluck dinner parties. But if all your friends are currently engaged in life-derailing Mandarin poetry theses, or representing Earth in the Spacelympics, you can still have a great time dining on your own. Here are just a few of the perks:
- Can order multiple desserts without asking waiter to quietly bring them into the bathroom
- Two words: Gameboy
- Ever eaten an entire breadbasket before? Want to?
- Turns out one bottle of wine equals six servings of confidence
- No need to wash hands, ever
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