New York’s “Spring Taste 2016” Bringing Together More Than 60 Restaurants, Breweries, and More

For chef meet-and-greets, great food, drinks, desserts, and live music, check this event out on May 13th

Neuman's Kitchen is just one of many participating restaurants.

Ah, spring in New York City, a time where everything magically blossoms, people suddenly become more chipper, and you can finally put away your winter gear. Moreover, if you're a lover of food, spring also means an endless array of fresh produce, inspired dishes, and expertly curated seasonal fare. What better way to celebrate all the goodness that comes with this season than going to a tasting feast?

Spring Taste NYC is bringing together more than 60 restaurants and eateries, breweries and distilleries, and all the most indulgent dessert spots, for one night of decadence next month. On May 13th, this event will feature not only food, but also, live music, meet-and-greets with culinary masters (who will also be showing off during cooking demonstrations), photo booths, and more. Plus, a portion of the proceeds will be donated to City Harvest, which is a great opportunity to give back to the city that never sleeps.

To buy tickets to Spring Taste 2016, click here.

New York food-lovers won't want to miss out on the chance to sample, sip, and discover all the deliciousness that this event will be offering. Taking place in the Metropolitan Pavilion at 7 p.m., Spring Taste vendors will include Magnolia Bakery, Ben & Jack's Steakhouse, Bistango, Davio's, Felidia, and more; on the drinks side, vendors include Crabbie's Ginger Beer, LIQS (on-the-go quality shots), Bronx Brewery, and Sound Tea.

For the recipe to make your own signature Magnolia cupcakes, click here.

This is the perfect opportunity to eat and drink everything (or at least the highlights) that New York City has to offer! Your consumption of all things tasty on this special night only depends on one thing ― your appetite ― so come hungry!

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