Taste of France

Taste of France

New York–based nonprofit Taste of France will host the largest French showcase ever organized, with 100,000 visitors expected. Event entrance is complimentary in Bryant Park, and offers New Yorkers and visitors a unique opportunity to experience more than 120 booths highlighting French lifestyle, technology, beauty, cuisine, wines and spirits, tourism, culture, children, artisans, and more. Event will benefit Action Against Hunger.

Taste of France highlights:
·        Dishes from 30 of the best French Chefs from around the world
·        Cooking demonstrations by top French Master Chefs such as Daniel Boulud and Philippe Bertineau
·        French lessons for children and adults
·        Live French musicians
·        French Bulldog show
·        French Flea Market
·        Complimentary hair and beauty sessions from L’Oreal
·        Create your own custom perfume
·        Treatments by Clarins
·        Book signing with French best-selling author Marc Levy
·        View an interactive 3D film about the  construction of Paris
·        Interact with Boeing and Airbus jet engines
·        Children’s art contest and treasure hunt
·        Wine tastings and seminars (ticketed events in Bryant Park Lounge)

Event Time  :

Saturday, September 28: 11:00 a.m. – 22:00.
Sunday, September 29:   11:00 a.m. – 19:00

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Taste of France
Event Category: Food / Wine
When: September 28, 2013 ~ September 29, 2013
Where: Bryant Park
More Info: http://tasteoffrance.com/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tasteoffrance
Twitter: https://twitter.com/MyTasteofFrance


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