Epicurean Palette is September 14

Epicurean Palette photo

Epicurean Palette photo

Tickets are on sale now for the 14th annual Epicurean Palette – on September 14 – at Grounds for Sculpture. As the website promises:

Deliciously woven throughout the beautifully landscaped sculpture park, this crowd pleasing event is renowned for featuring more than 20 of the finest area chefs and the extraordinary culinary offerings they prepare as well as a robust selection of great wines, craft beers, and exclusive spirits from regional purveyors.

Against the magical backdrop of the lush 42-acre arboretum with its 270 contemporary sculptures, the Epicurean Palette is a feast for all the senses and helps GFS sustain the magic year-round. The event also includes a tantalizing silent auction of art, vacation packages, one-of- kind jewelry and more…All proceeds support the outstanding exhibitions, educational programs, and visitor experience that GFS offers to more than 155,000 visitors annually.

This event sells out, so if you want to attend, be sure to purchase tickets now!

Here’s the list of participants as of this writing:

Mistral The Brothers Moon
Rat’s Restaurant The Orange Squirrel
The Ryland Inn The Peacock Inn
Hotel du Village Uncle Dave’s Homemade Ice Cream
Sbraga Vidalia Restaurant
Starr Catering Kuzina by Sofia
Due Mari The Peacock Café
Vault Brewery & Restaurant Trenton Social
Bobolink Dairy & Bakehouse Caleb’s American Kitchen
Marsha Brown’s Wild Flours Bakery
Carella’s Chocolates & Gifts

 

 

Allied Beverage Opici Wines
Double Cross Vodka Frederick Wildman & Sons
Kobrand Wine & Spirits David Bowler Wine
Winebow Tri-Vin Imports
Lauber Imports Tito’s Vodka
Disaronno Pernod Ricard
Lost Distillery Monsieur Touton
Vault Brewing Weyerbacher
Victory Brewing Huntington
Ritchie and Page Hub City
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One thought on “Epicurean Palette is September 14

  1. I seem to recall a trip to Grounds for Sculpture to a food market a few years back in time. When was it that I accompanied a friend, a food writer through rows of tables, eating eating eating more food than I could consume on a warm September’s day. What a wonderful memory – how long ago was that? Thanks for the memory. Joan Goldstein

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