Eat Drink Local Week – June 24-30, 2011

IT’S BACK!!!!

EAT DRINK LOCAL WEEK – JUNE 24th – 30th

 

New York State’s seven Edible magazines are again joining  forces to celebrate local food in classic Edible style. Edible Eat Drink Local Week is celebrated differently all over New York state. It’s part fundraiser, part restaurant week and part celebration. Here in Queens, we’ve partnered with a number of local businesses to host a different event every day of the week! Check out the events below!

JUNE 24: A Tasting of Local Wines at  Table Wine, 79-14 37th Ave., Jackson Heights, 4-7 pm, FREE. Featuring local chorizo and other tapas from Despana Brand Foods in Jackson Heights. RSVP here.

JUNE 25: Edible Queens Supper Club featuring a special local menu at  LIC Market, 21-52 44th Dr., Long Island City, Two Seatings, $50 per person. Call 718-361-0013 to claim a spot.

JUNE 26: Edible Queens Meet & Greet at  Sweetleaf, 10-93 Jackson Ave., Long Island City, 9-11 am, FREE. Pick up a copy of the summer issue and learn about local CSAs from our friends at Just Food.

JUNE 27: Edible Queens Meet & Greet at Astor  Bake Shop, 12-23 Astoria Blvd., Astoria, 5-7 pm, FREE. Pick up a copy of the summer issue and learn about local CSAs from our friends at Just Food.

JUNE 28: Edible Queens Supper Club featuring a special local menu at Sage General Store, 24-20 Jackson Ave., Long Island City, $50 per  person. RSVP here.

JUNE 29: A Tasting of Local Wines at Claret Wine  Bar, 46-02 Skillman Ave., Sunnyside, 5-7 pm, FREE. Featuring local chorizo and other tapas from Despana Brand Foods in Jackson Heights. RSVP here.

JUNE 30: A Tasting of Local Wines & Cheeses at Domaine Bar a Vins, 50-04 Vernon Blvd., Long Island City,  5;30-7 pm, Special pricing. RSVP here.

 

Happpiness, $25 and under.

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A fierce love of food and twin careers in real estate and fashion taught Rose to look for the hottest item and the hottest deal. Perfect attributes for creating Cheapeatsinc.com. When friends and clients needed a great meal at a great price, she could rattle off restaurant names the way a sports nut ticks off batting averages—but with a lot more home runs. Now it’s all at Cheapeats, where you’ll find “Happiness, $25 and under.”

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