Foodie Alert: Eat, drink and be merry at one of NYC’s best food and drink festivals of the year, the two-day World’s Fare, with more than 100 international food and beer vendors, music by live bands, dance performances, cooking classes, even a world-champion Sumo wrestler.
It’s all happening at Citi Field the weekend of April 28/29. Get $19 general admission discount tickets, while supplies last.
Yes, it’s family friendly. During the day, at least.
There are LEGO installations for the kids, art installations and a beer garden for the grown-ups and more, including craft beer tastings from some 45 local and international breweries.
If you are a hot sauce fan, attend the Sixth Annual NYC Hot Sauce Expo in Brooklyn the weekend of April 21/22, with unlimited tastes from more than 45 hot sauce vendors from around the world, food and drink to cool down the tastebuds, a hot sauce eating contest and more.
$5 discount general admission includes tastings from all the hot sauce vendors and access to all competitions on the main stage and craft beers and cocktails.
The New York World’s Fare captures all the excitement of the ’39 and ’64 World’s Fairs in Queens, with a modern focus on the diverse cuisine, music and art of Queens, the most culturally diverse borough of NYC.
There are New York chefs, restaurants and street food vendors — representing as many as 100 cultures — who’ll be offering their specialties for sale. Adults can also hit the beer garden, which includes craft-beer tastings from around 45 breweries and a souvenir mug, via a special admission ticket.
While supplies last, get a $19 general admission ticket
Use code BROOKLYN at checkout for $10 off early admission Beer Garden tickets ($59), giving you two-and-a-half hours of unlimited beer tastings plus full-day access to the World’s Fare for only $49.