Wine and Drink Festivals in NYC

Fall wine with harvesting on rustic wooden background

Just in case you don’t want to wait for the holidays for a celebration with food and drink, there are plenty of wine and drink festivals taking place this month near Roosevelt Island. Check out the list below of events happening near The Octagon.

 

Cider Week NYC – Tis the season for hard cider! If you’re a fan of cider, you won’t want to miss the return of Cider Week New York City, touching down Friday, November 2 – Sunday, November 11. The nine-day festival brings together cider makers from across New York State to the city to offer participants easy drinking and fine dining. Take part in tastings, events, and workshops by checking out the Cider Week NYC schedule at the link below.

 

New York Whiskey Fest – If you love whiskey, you won’t want to miss the New York Whiskey Fest, taking place Saturday, November 10th from 6:30pm – 9:30pm at Hudson Yards. The event will feature over 100 styles of whiskey, from American Kentucky bourbons to exotic Japanese whiskies, and spirits and will offer the chance to mingle with experts on the subject. If whiskey isn’t your usual drink of choice, there will be a variety of spirits, like vodka and gin, to also try.

 

Brooklyn Crush Win & Artisanal Food Festival – If wine and fine foods are more your thing, you may consider attending the Brooklyn Crush Wine and Artisanal Food Festival, taking place Saturday November 10th from 1pm – 10pm. The festival, which takes place in Industry City in Brooklyn, will offer samplings of a curated selection of incredible wines, ciders and other beverages, complemented by delicious bites with global influence. To learn more and to get your ticket, visit the link below.

 

Cider Week NYC

Multiple Locations, New York, NY 10020

 

New York Whiskey Fest

The Tunnel

269 11th Avenue New York, NY 1001

 

Brooklyn Crush Win & Artisanal Food Festival: Fall Edition

Industry City, Bldg 2 – The Landing

220 36th Street Brooklyn, NY 11232

(718) 865-3740

 

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