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New York Times Food Festival, Oct. 5 & 6, Manhattan...

gutreactions | Sep 12, 201906:29 AM    

An e-mail from Sam Sifton, food writer/reporter for The New York Times, mentions the upcoming New York Times Food Festival to be held at different venues on Oct. 5 & 6. Bryant Park will be the site for a fine selection of artisanal vendors and restos including the best of the popular 'Smorgasburg'. There will be 'The Talks', discussion groups with major culinarians, and 'The Nights', a curated series of dinners in some of restaurant critic Pete Wells' favorite spots. Tickets are available in advance (I believe some events are already sold out.) www.nytfoodfestival.com
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