2018 Eat Drink RI Festival Grand Tasting, photo by Brad Smith Photography

ExpiredEat Drink RI Festival 2019 Grand Tasting

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  • April 27, 2019
    12:00 pm - 4:00 pm

2018 Eat Drink RI Festival Grand Tasting, photo by Brad Smith Photography
2018 Eat Drink RI Festival Grand Tasting, photo by Brad Smith Photography
The Eat Drink RI Festival Grand Tasting features samplings of over fifty locally produced beer, wine & spirits, as well as an abundance of local food artisans in the Rotunda & Ballroom of the Rhode Island Convention Center. During the Tasting there will be all-new local food & drink presentations and this year we’re going for maximum interactivity with our presentation areas set in-the-round for attendees to enjoy. Rotunda Lobby Presentations: Ballroom Presentations: For the full list of Grand Tasting tables and participants, please see the Exhibitors page (continually updated). Grand Tasting tickets are $75 and includes all food and beverage samplings offered and Local Food & Drink Presentations

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2018 Eat Drink RI Festival Grand Tasting, photos by Brad Smith Photography

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