Fes­ti­val tick­ets on sale

Palm Beach Daily News - - TODAY - By M.M. CLOUTIER

Ev­ery year, tick­ets for the Palm Beach Food & Wine Fes­ti­val’s cor­nu­copia of chef-stud­ded events sell out weeks — even months — be­fore the four-day ex­trav­a­ganza un­folds: Whew, good thing tick­ets now are on sale for the De­cem­ber fest.

The 11th an­nual fes­ti­val, or­ga­nized by founder David Sabin and tak­ing place Dec. 14-17 in var­i­ous lo­cales in the Palm Beach area, fea­tures more than a dozen events.

These range from chef-stud­ded din­ners to a kick­off she­bang at The Break­ers; a lunch se­ries, street food com­pe­ti­tion, chil­dren’s cook­ing demon­stra­tions and a courtyard-foun­tain brunch, among other things.

The fes­ti­val’s Dec. 14 opener fea­tures four din­ners held si­mul­ta­ne­ously, in­clud­ing two in Palm Beach at Buc­can and PB CATCH Seafood & Raw Bar. The Dec. 17 clos­ing act: the fes­ti­val’s an­nual Grand Tast­ing at The Gar­dens Mall in Palm Beach Gar­dens.

Once again, the Palm Beach Food & Wine Fes­ti­val’s host-ho­tel and head­quar­ters is the Four Sea­sons Re­sort Palm Beach, where sev­eral fest events will be held, such as the an­nual Chillin’ n’ Grillin’ pool­side cook­out soirée with scads of chefs.

To see the full Palm Beach Food & Wine Fes­ti­val event lineup and/or to pur­chase event tick­ets, visit www.pb­food­wine­fest.com.

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