Hang Out with Us at the New York City Wine & Food Festival This Weekend

Tickets are still available for this weekend's jam-packed food festival in the Big Apple. Can't make it? Watch @FoodNetwork on Instagram for insider access.

It’s the most-wonderful time of the year around here. And no, we’re not talking about the holiday season (well, not yet, anyway!). It’s time for the New York City Wine & Food Festival kicks off, which kicks off on Thursday with four days of parties, classes, demos and tastings, all featuring your favorite Food Network stars and chefs.

Tickets are still on sale, so if you’re planning to be in NYC this weekend, pick up a few to hang out with Rachael Ray, Giada De Laurentiis, Jeff Mauro and the cast of Chopped. But if not, you’ll still get a front-row seat to all the action by staying tuned to Food Network’s Instagram page. Our team will be on the ground all weekend long, bringing you insider access to the best bites and sips, plus one-on-one time with the chefs you know and love.

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