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Denver’s reputation as one of the world’s great beer cities will be further cemented during the second annual Denver Beer Fest, Sept. 10-19, a citywide brew-centric experience leading up to the marquee event: America’s most prestigious beer festival and competition, the Brewers Association’s Great American Beer Festival (GABF), held September 16-18, 2010. A Citywide Suds Celebration.
Some 200 events will honor the Mile High City’s rich beer legacy at locations throughout the city.
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A New York City tradition, the 37th Annual Ninth Avenue International Food Festival & Street Fair happens the weekend of May 15th & 16th, 2010. Sponsored by Ninth Avenue Association, experience the delightful taste of various cuisines from different counrties like Poland, Italy, Spain, Greece, Japan and many others.
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The fifth annual BB&T Charleston Wine + Food Festival is running March 4-7, 2010 at the Culinary Village in downtown Charleston, South Carolina. This culinary event has been praised as one of the top five food and wine festivals in the U.S. by Forbes Traveler, as it showcases the talents of the world’s most celebrated chefs, culinary professionals and winemakers. Unlike any other Festival in the country, the BB&T Charleston Wine + Food Festival offers attendees the opportunity to sample and learn about Southern cuisine, including the regional variation known as Lowcountry cuisine.
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NYC Restaurant Week Winter 2010 is being held from January 25 to February 2, 2010 in Manhattan. NYC Restaurant Week® is New York City’s original dining celebration. As the country’s first-ever restaurant week, NYC Restaurant Week debuted in 1992 when it was developed as a one-time culinary event to welcome the Democratic National Convention (DNC) to the City. Though created to appeal to delegates and other DNC attendees, the program also found a strong following among residents excited to dine at some of the City’s top restaurants for a fraction of the usual cost—$19.92 for three courses—and who wanted NYC Restaurant Week to be a recurring event.
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