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2018 - 2019 NEW YORK Month by month Listings

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CLICK ON THE MONTHS ABOVE for a Complete Listing for Hundreds of New York Food Festivals, with Descriptions and Links.

Here are JUST A FEW Featured Festivals:

March 21, 2018  New York Weddings Event
New York, New York
The New York Weddings Event brings together more than 130 of the most creative, stylish, and tasteful wedding service providers for one incredible evening. Discover the city’s best caterers, dress designers, florists, jewelers, planners and many more unique weddings experts.

April 7-8, 2018  CoffeeCon NY - New York, New York
CoffeeCon is the world’s first all-consumer coffee festival that features tasting the best coffees, hands-on trying the best brewing gear and onsite classes to improve your prowess as an at-home barista.

April 28-29, 2018
'TAP' New York Craft Beer & Fine Food Festival
Hunter, New York
New York's largest craft beer festival.  Over 120 breweries representing over 300 individual beers offer everything from IPAs and lagers to wiesbiers, doppel and trippel bocks, stouts, ales... pretty much any variety you know of, and probably a few that you don't. Beer competitions and daily cooking demonstrations.

May 19-20, 2018  9th Avenue International Food Festival
New York, New York
Since 1973. From 42nd Street to 57th Street, Ninth Avenue closes to cars and the festival takes over. It's unique and amazing, celebrating the joys of ethnicity through food, entertainment and every kind of street fair stall. Most street fairs in New York all look the same but this one stands out. The food is the big draw, but the festival is a fabulous expression of the Hell’s Kitchen neighborhood – teeming with ethnic food shops and fine restaurants and offering an eclectic global smorgasbord of national and regional foods.  Attendance: 1 million.



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