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2019 MASSACHUSETTS: MARCH 2019
March 17-19, 2019 Seafood Expo North America/Seafood Processing North America - Boston, Massachusetts
Seafood Expo North America/Seafood Processing North America is the largest seafood trade event in North America. The event attracts over 19,000 buyers and suppliers of fresh, frozen, packaged and value-added seafood products, equipment, and services. Attendees travel from more than 100 countries to do business at the exposition. No other event in North America provides seafood professionals with direct access to qualified buyers and suppliers representing all areas of the seafood industry. Co-located with the New England Food Show. Attendance: 19,000.
March 19, 2019 - Taste of the South End - Boston, Massachusetts
Over 40 of the finest restaurants from Boston’s hottest culinary destination. A night you won't forget at the Boston Center for the Arts, Taste of the South End benefits the AIDS Action Committee of MA. For $125, you can experience unlimited food and wine sampling from Boston's best kitchens. For slightly more, you can experience Taste of the South End as a VIP, gaining early entry to the tasting room and enjoying special VIP benefits.
March 20, 2019 The Greg Hill Foundation 3,215 Days Event
Join us for the 3,215 Days Event. This special event highlights the history of the foundation! Meet some of our beneficiaries and hear first hand how the foundation was able to make an impact on their lives. The event is scheduled from 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM. Tickets for this event are $100 each.
March 25, 2019 A Taste of Ginger - Boston, Massachusetts
Each year, the event draws hundreds of supporters who gather to enjoy an extraordinary cultural and culinary experience which includes the opportunity to taste a variety of cuisines and meet some of Boston’s most celebrated chefs. The A Taste of Ginger event promotes awareness and raises funds for Joslin’s Asian American Diabetes Initiative (AADI).
March 28, 2019 27th Annual Waltham Food, Wine & Craft Beer Festival
The Charles River Museum of Industry & Innovation invites you to attend the Annual Waltham Food & Wine Festivall. Guests from the Waltham and MetroWest area will enjoy an elegant evening of food, wine, music, and surprises. Guests will enjoy the delicious cuisine of over 30 great Waltham restaurants. A bounty of fine wines and craft beers, served by the sommeliers of Gordon’s Liquors, will complement the cuisine. This event brings together music, culinary arts, local celebrities, and amazing innovations. All proceeds from the Waltham Food & Wine Festival benefit the Charles River Museum of Industry & Innovation.
March 28, 2019 The TASTE of the Neponset Valley
Mark your calendar for the tastiest event of the year! The TASTE of Neponset Valley is moving to a new venue and big things are planned. The Norwood Space Center will play host to dozens of local restaurants, caterers, breweries and liquor & wine distributors serving up their best creations for Chamber members and the general public.
March 2, 2017 Oysters and the Wines That Love Them
Oyster lovers and foodies alike will get the opportunity to try 3 different varieties of oyster, (3 of each type) each type is paired with a complementing wine. Event is held as Cafe Escadrille, 26 Cambridge Street, Burlington, Massachusetts. The is from 4-7pm. Reservations are not required but are encouraged. Please contact the cafe at 781-273-1916. The price per guest is $30.00 with tax and tip included.
March 16, 2014 TrashFish Boston - Boston, Massachusetts
An evening of the best seafood you've never tried, to support our oceans and our fishing communities. You won't want to miss this year's brand-new lineup of chefs. They're going to knock your socks off, cooking some of the best sustainable, undervalued species that are real alternatives to threatened fish like Atlantic Cod and Bluefin Tuna. During the dinner, you'll hear from seafood experts and learn to love undervalued, delicious fish like Acadian Redfish, Scup, and Mackerel. At the same time, we'll support local fishing communities.
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