FAIRFIELD, Conn. -- TownVibe/Fairfield Magazine’s Taste of Fairfield culinary event will be held Sunday in the outdoor tented patio area of Southport’s Delamar Hotel.
Taste of Fairfield is the precursor to Fairfield’s Fifth Annual Restaurant Week, which is scheduled for Oct. 16-22 and will include almost 40 restaurants.
“The Delamars are at the heart of Fairfield County and home to many wonderful events," said Charles Mallory, founder and CEO of The Greenwich Hospitality Group. "Our beautiful courtyards provide perfect locations for people to come together."
Foodies will be able to enjoy tastes and sips from more than 30 restaurants, businesses and specialty markets from the Fairfield area.
In addition to the fine cuisine, craft cocktails, artisanal wine, craft beer and sweets, there will be live music provided by two local bands, Otis and the Hurricanes, and the Mill River Band.
“A Chance to Win” prize giveaway will benefit Operation Hope, and all guests are encouraged to bring nonperishable items to donate to Operation Hope.
Fairfield First Selectman Mike Tetreau said, “The proliferation of events like Taste of Fairfield is a testament to our popular and vibrant restaurant scene. Taste of Fairfield is also a wonderful opportunity to support a community friend and neighbor, Operation Hope."
General admission tickets are $50 and include food, drink, and entertainment. VIP tickets are $100 and include food, drink, entertainment, private parking and special lounge access with a TV and food service.
Admission is $20 for guests younger than 21 and free for children under 10.
Tickets may be purchased in advance at www.tasteoffairfield.com.
Tickets will also be available at the door at the following prices: $60 general admission, $120 VIP, $25 for ages 11-20, and free for kids under 10.
Star 99.9 will have a radio crew on-site.
For more information, contact TownVibe at 203-431-1708 or Robin Phillips at email@example.com.
The event will be from 1-5 p.m., rain or shine.
The Delamar Hotel is at 275 Old Post Road, Southport.
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