From Japan Fes., NYC’s epic summer-long Japanese food fest, to Dragon Fest, NYC’s largest Chinese food festival, the city is filled with many opportunities to eat your way through some incredibly tasty bites.
And this November Taste of the Seaport is returning to NYC to show New Yorkers just how much of a food destination they’ve become.
Taste of the Seaport began more than twelve years ago with the simple idea of gathering the community around its best restaurants to fundraise for the local public school, and it’s since become a wildly popular NYC culinary event.
And this year the one-day festival is going to be bigger than ever.
On Saturday, November 11th, more than 50 restaurants and community partners will come together to showcase the culinary diversity of lower Manhattan.
Hungry NYers will get a chance to taste of some of the best restaurants and kitchens Seaport has to offer, including Cafe Patoro, Carne Mare, Industry Kitchen, Keste Pizza, Taïm, Watermark, Malibu Farm, The Fulton, Stout NYC, Cobble Fish, Hole in the Wall, Osteria, and many more.
And, beyond the tasty eats, guests will have the opportunity to enjoy live music and purchase goodies from small businesses and local artists, while children can have fun in the kid play zone.
Tickets are sold in packs of “tastes” from contributing restaurants and are currently available. Proceeds from Taste of the Seaport will benefit PS 343 Peck Slip School and PS 397 Spruce Street School.
Learn more about Taste of the Seaport here.