The Best food Events in NY: April 13 – April 19th
1. Wed, April 15th, 6PM-10PM | Metropolitan Pavilion | 125 West 18th Street | Manhattan
Few things can top unlimited food, an open bar, luxury prizes, and a night with 50 of New York’s most acclaimed and diverse restaurants. A Taste of the Lower East Side brings everyone to the table- with proceeds benefitting Grand St. Settlement’s continuum of human services and programming for 10,000 New Yorkers of all ages. Tickets are $195, available online until Tuesday.
2. Thurs, April 16th, @7PM | 92nd St. Y | Lexington Avenue at 92nd St | Manhattan
Fascinated by cookbooks? Join cookbook author Diana Henry and NYT columnist Melissa Clark and find out how cookbooks can help you discover poetry, history, travel writing, inspiration and touchstones of the past. Tickets are $30.
3. Sat, April 18th, 11AM-6PM | The Altman Building | 135 West 18th Street | Manhattan
The first and only pop-up plant-based market in Manhattan! The Seed and The Altman Building brings together a community of local, plant-based, cruelty-free and eco-friendly businesses. Join for a day at the market with tastings, cooking demonstrations, renowned keynote speakers, and even morning yoga sessions. Admission is free.
4. Sat, April 18th- Mon, April 20th @ 12PM-9PM | Millenium Broadway Hotel | 145 West 44th Street | Manhattan
Join female chefs, television personalities, authors, restaurateurs and culinary experts to share knowledge and experiences and to celebrate the strength and success of women in the food community. The conference covers all aspects of the food and hospitality industry with master classes, speakers, panel discussions, offsite tours parties, a gala, camaraderie, and memorable conversation. Tickets vary in price for different events.
5. Sun, April 19th@ 6PM | The Cornelia Street Cafe | 29 Cornelia St | Manhattan
Join renowned author and food politics expert, Marion Nestle, along with documentary filmmaker, Judith Lit, and host, Liz Stretch, for an evening of conversation, food intimacy and story telling. Catch a sneak peek of Judith’s film After Winter, Spring, before it goes off on its national screening tour in May. Chef Dan Latham will do a blindfolded food tasting that marries the spoken word, as well as a food pairing. Tickets are $15, including a tasting- mention Foodstand and get your tickets for $10!