FAIRFIELD, Conn. -- TownVibe and Fairfield Magazine will celebrate the Fairfield food scene with the inaugural Taste of Fairfield on Sunday, Oct. 9 at Southport's Delamar Hotel.
“The Delamars are at the heart of Fairfield County and home to many wonderful events. Our beautiful courtyards and open air event spaces provide perfect locations for people to come together. We are thrilled to be hosting the Inaugural Taste of Fairfield and look forward to welcoming the community to enjoy the variety of cuisine Fairfield County offers,” said Charles Mallory, founder and CEO of the Greenwich Hospitality group.
Foodies and others can enjoy tastes and sips from more than two dozen restaurants and specialty markets from the Fairfield area, all in the spacious courtyard of the Delamar and Artisan Restaurant. In addition to fine cuisine, craft cocktails, artisanal wine, craft beer, and sweets, there will be live music and roving entertainment.
“Good things happen when people connect over good food,” says TownVibe publisher Geoffrey Morris. The restaurant list is still growing but to date includes Artisan, Aspetuck Brew Lab, B.Good, Brick and Wood, The Cakebox, Donut Crazy, Fairfield Cheese Company, Freshii Fairfield, Flipside Burger Bar, Geronimo Tequila Bar, Joe’s American Bar and Grill, Little Goose, The Little Pub, NOM-EEZ, Old Post Tavern, Quattro Pazzi, Mecha Noodle Bar, Lobster Post, Taberna Tapas, Toto, and The Whelk/Kawa Ni.
The event will be held from 1 to 5 p.m. Special raffles and food drives will be held to benefit charity partner Operation Hope. The event is also the precursor to Fairfield’s Fifth Annual Restaurant Week which begins October 16 and includes over a dozen restaurants. General Admission tickets cost $50: including food, drink, and entertainment. VIP Admission costs $100; including food, drink, entertainment, private parking, and special lounge access with a TV and food service.
Tickets may be purchased online at this link. Tickets for guests under 21 years old cost $20 and children under 10 will be let in free. For more information contact TownVibe at (203) 431-1708 or Robin Phillips at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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