Expand your palate at ‘Legacy Place Food and Wine Festival’
The sixth annual “Legacy Place Food andWine Festival” will be a celebration of food, wine, beer and spirits under the spring sky. The event is set to take place April 24, from7 to 9 p.m., at Legacy Place at 11290 Legacy Avenue in Palm Beach Gardens.
“The ‘Legacy Place Food& Wine Festival’ has become our signature annual event that brings the community together for an evening of fun and good cheer, all for a great cause,” said Mary Lou Fogarty, property manager.
Guests will enjoy live music, games, entertainment and more. Tastings will include treats from Capital Grille, Café Bistro at Nordstrom’s, Bonefish Grille, Publix Greenwise, Anthony’s Coal Fire Pizza, PF Changs, PGANational Resort & Spa, Cods and Capers, Bagel Boyz and more. A variety of wines will be available, hailing from vineyards throughout the world.
General admission tickets are $50 and include unlimited food and drink samplings. VIP tickets are $75 per person and include extended tastings from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. and admission to the Florida WeeklyVIP lounge located within the event.
Proceeds will benefit the Palm Beach Gardens Police Foundation, which helps fund the purchase of vital equipment, training and technology for the police department as well as community outreach and crime-prevention programs. The foundation raises funds, administers grants and promotes awareness of public safety issues.
Sponsors include Legacy Place, Total Wine& More, PGA National, Braman Motorcars, Capital Grille, Pier One, Gold Coast Beverages, Tease Me Tequila, KOOL105.5 andWILD 95.5, WPBF 25, Sign a Rama, VOSS and Brickman.
For more information, visit www.legacyplacefoodand wine.com.
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