$40 Ticket price includes:

  • Unlimited Food Samples
  • Wine and craft beer samples
  • Cooking demonstrations by national TV personalities

$50 VIP Ticket Price Includes:

  • 1 Hour Early Entrance
  • Private Chef Panel from national television personalities
  • Unlimited Food Samples
  • Wine and craft beer samples
  • Cooking demonstrations by national television personalities

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Participating Restaurants

-Cucina Tagliani

-Town Talk II

-Frasher's Steakhouse & Lounge


-V's Taproom


-Pork on a Fork

-Flavors of Louisiana

-Island Loco

-Windy City Dogs

-Sally's BBQ

-Birt's Bistro

-LW's Hide-A-Way

-Betty's Nosh


Chef Bios

Anthony Dias Blue

Anthony Dias Blue is recognized world-wide as a leading food, wine and lifestyle authority. His work in all media is circulated to more than 50,000,000 consumers each month. His James Beard Award–winning food and wine critiques, The Blue Lifestyle Minute, are broadcast daily on KNX in Los Angeles and on WCBS radio in New York. In 2011 he launched a one-hour nationally-syndicated talk show called Blue Lifestyle that currently airs in more than 150 markets across the country. Formerly Wine & Spirits Editor of Bon AppĂ©tit, Mr. Blue is owner and Editor-in-Chief of the beverage trade publication, The Tasting Panel Magazine, whichhas become the highest-circulated and most talked-about beverage industry publication in the nation. In December 2013, The Tasting Panel Magazine acquired The SOMM Journal with Mr. Blue as the new Editor-in-Chief. Mr. Blue is also a frequent contributor to Decanter, Robb Report, Celebrated Living, Virtuoso Life, and C Magazine. Mr. Blue is the author of nine books and the Executive Director of the two largest beverage competitions in the United States.

Anthony Dias Blue graduated from Amherst College in Massachusetts and resides in Pacific Palisades, California.  Mr. Blue and his wife, Kathryn, have four children.

Julia Collin Davison Julia Collin Davison is the executive food editor for the book division of America’s Test Kitchen and is an on-screen test cook for America’s Test Kitchen and Cook’s Country from America’s Test Kitchen. She began working as a test cook for Cook’s Illustrated in 1999 and is responsible for the food and recipe development for all America’s Test Kitchen cookbooks. She holds an A.O.S. degree from the Culinary Institute of America and a B.A. in psychology and philosophy from SUNY Albany. Before coming to America’s Test Kitchen, she worked in Albany, the Berkshires, San Francisco, and the Napa Valley at several restaurants, catering companies, schools, and wineries. Julia resides in Natick, Massachusetts, where she enjoys cooking with her husband, Ian, and her daughter, Marta.
Bridget Lancaster

Bridget Lancaster is the executive food editor for New Media, Television, and Radio at America’s Test Kitchen. She joined the Cook’s team in 1998 and is an original cast member of both America’s Test Kitchen and Cook’s Country from America’s Test Kitchen television shows, as well as a cohost for the America’s Test Kitchen radio program. Bridget currently serves as the lead instructor for the America’s Test Kitchen Cooking School and helps develop and produce courses for the school. Her earlier career led her to cook in restaurant kitchens in the South and Northeast, concentrating on pastry. Currently, she resides outside of Boston with her husband and children and enjoys gardening as much as the short growing season will allow.

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