ExpiredAdvertise in the Grand Tasting Program Book

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

Showcase your business, restaurant, services or products to culinary enthusiasts from all over the northeast.

Grand Tasting program book adsFull color ads:

  • Back Cover $450
  • Full Page $350
  • Half Page $250

Accepted file formats:

  • Adobe Acrobat Certified PDF
  • Adobe InDesign
  • Adobe Illustrator

Image Resolution & Formats:

300dpi EPS, TIF, JPG and PSD


Supply all fonts used, including fonts used in EPS files (please supply screen as well as printer fonts for Mac files), TrueType for Windows


Please send production ready files to david@eatdrinkri.com. Compressed digital files are accepted. Accepted compression formats: SIT, SEA and ZIP.

Terms & conditions:

Payment: All ad placements must be prepaid. Please e-mail or call to reserve your ad placement. Additional graphic services will be charged if files are not received in the specified file formats listed under digital requirements.

Ad materials:

Cancellations of space should be submitted in writing prior to the ad material deadline date. The publisher reserves the right to charge up to 100% of the rate for any advertising space placed but subsequently cancelled after the deadline date.

If modifications are needed, the publisher will change the advertisement and will bill the advertiser for graphic design.
The publisher assumes no liability for the content of advertised materials including copy, illustrations and/or photography.

All materials and advertisements are subject to the publisher’s approval. The publisher reserves the right to reject or cancel any advertisement.

Interview with Andy Husbands, appearing at The Sun WineFest, January 25-27, 2013

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The Sun WineFest ’13 is this weekend and as always it attracts some of the best names in the food, wine and spirits world to the Mohegan Sun Resort in southeastern Connecticut. One of those food personalities is Andy Husbands, the chef/owner of Tremont 647 in Boston, Massachusetts. Readers of this site may recognize Husbands [….]

Interview with Michael Natkin, author of Herbivoracious

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When Michael Natkin was on a book tour for Herbivoracious, a book that expands upon his site of the same name, he took some time to talk with Eat Drink RI about his background and why vegetarian food. You can read a capsule review of Herbivoracious here. Eat Drink RI: What was your path to [….]

Recommended Reading

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It’s that time of year when food writers take a look at that shelf of books we’ve been sent review copies of, or purchased ourselves, and suggest people give some of them as gifts. In an effort to not be a list you’ve already read—yes, The Art of Living According to Joe Beef is amazing, Ruhlman’s [….]