Tickets for Village Voice "Choice Eats" on Sale Now
Fri, 20 Jan 2012 13:38:05
Nom nom! Mmm, food. Let's eat and in NYC, no less, which features some of the world's best dining!
Tickets for the The Village Voice's fifth annual tasting event, "Choice Eats," are on sale now. This year's foodie-beloved event is guaranteed to be just as successful as years past, when the event boasted 60+ restaurants and food from over 35 nations. Each of this year's participating restaurants will be handpicked by Village Voice resident food critics, Robert Sietsema and Lauren Shockey. The event will take place on Tuesday, March 13, 2012 from 6:30 - 9:30 PM at the 69th Armory on Lexington Avenue in New York City.
A new event to 2012, the Village Voice is also proud to announce its first annual "Choice Streets" Food Truck tasting event on Tuesday, April 24 from 7:00 - 10:00 PM, featuring over 25 of some of the city's favorite and highly sought-after food trucks. Set amid the backdrop of the New York Landmark - The Intrepid - attendees will feast onboard Pier 86 and enjoy an evening of fabulous food, drinks and an amazing view of New York City.
Ticket prices for this year's "Choice Eats" event feature a VIP ($80) and General Admission ($50) Ticket. Ticket prices include complementary food tasting, beverages and entertainment throughout the night plus the addition of "Choice Sweets" desserts throughout the event. The VIP ticket allows guests to skip the line and gain entrance to an exclusive "Choice "Eats" VIP room one hour early at 5:30 for early sampling, a VIP gift bag, complimentary beverages, live demos and a private "Choice Sweets" dessert sampling VIP room.
For a limited time, ticket buyers will have the opportunity to purchase a discounted "Choice Eats & Choice Streets" ticket bundle package for tickets to both events. To purchase tickets, go here.
"Choice Eats" is one of New York City's unique food events where you can sample food from the most sought after restaurants across all the cities boroughs under one roof for one night. Last year the event featured over 60 restaurants from 35 countries and sold out three weeks in advance to over 2,000 of New York's food enthusiasts.
Calories be damned!