|Thursday, Oct 07, 2010|
|7:00 PM - 10:00 PM|
|Tobacco Warehouse – Empire-Fulton Ferry Park under the Brooklyn Bridge|
Join in on the ultimate celebration of the classic American sandwich at the Blue Moon Burger Bash, presented by Pat LaFrieda Meats showcasing some of the country’s best burgers and ice cold beer. With the backdrop of the Manhattan Skyline shining across the sparkling East River, All-American gal Rachael Ray returns to host this party-filled bonanza of buns, patty’s, rock-n-roll music and French-fried goodness, washed down with Blue Moon, the Belgian-style wheat ale served with a side of orange. Also on tap, Sutter Home Family Vineyards will pour several bottles from their comprehensive collection and feature the 2010 winner of their annual $100,000 Build a Better Burger competition, now in its 20th year. Last year’s Burger Bash People’s Choice winner, Josh Capon of Lure Fishbar will be back to defend his crown and will face stiff competition from NYC burger heavyweights like Shake Shack, Rare Bar & Grill, Strip House, Back Forty, Bill’s Bar & Burger, ‘21’ Club and a host of other serious contenders. You’ll help decide who’s best this year when you cast your vote for the People’s Choice, but everyone leaves a winner from this nationally celebrated burger event. Special entertainment provided by The Touch. I like mine with lettuce and tomato, Heinz 57 and a French-fried potato, how do you like yours?
The Burger Buses are back, and better than ever! Delta Air Lines will whisk revelers back to Manhattan on our luxury Burger Buses, giving guests the opportunity to keep the party going on board while experiencing Delta’s signature hospitality. Simply grab a boarding pass from a Delta flight attendant, present it at the boarding gate, and prepare for departure to Manhattan. Seating on Delta Burger Buses is first come first serve.
Participating Restaurants and Chefs:
All events, prices, personalities, performances, venues, dates and times subject to change without notice. No refunds or exchanges. No one under 21 will be admitted. Tickets to the Food Network New York City Wine & Food Festival are not tax deductible. The Festival urges all adults to consume alcoholic products responsibly.