Palm Beach Food and Wine Festival Unveils Four-Day Lineup of Culinary Events

The annual Palm Beach Food and Wine Festival, in partnership with Wine Spectator, has recently released its four-day lineup of food-related events taking place from Dec. 7 through Dec. 10. Known for its culinary excellence and immersive gastronomic experiences, festival tickets can be purchased at PBFoodWineFest.com, where an updated schedule of events is available. This year, the festival will donate a portion of proceeds to benefit the Els for Autism Foundation, a nonprofit organization that serves individuals with autism spectrum disorder and their families worldwide.

The festival boasts a star-studded lineup of renowned chefs and culinary personalities from around the world, sizzling live cooking demonstrations and wine tastings, intimate chef-led workshops, and private dinners. Each event is further enhanced by the festival’s exceptional lineup of fine wines and spirits, made possible by their new partnership with Wine Spectator, a renowned platform for showcasing the finest culinary and oenological craftsmanship. With this partnership, the festival has expanded its wine capabilities, culminating in an expanded wine program of over 60 wine tables pouring only selections with a prestigious 90+ rating by Wine Spectator at the Grand Tasting closing event this year, a significant increase from the dozen wine tables featured in the 2022 event. 

The PBFWF schedule for this year commences on Thursday, Dec. 7, with several events taking place at some of the trendiest venues in Palm Beach. This year, the celebration of culinary excellence extends to the Boca Raton area for the first time. The four-day event ends on Sunday, Dec. 10, with a much-awaited Grand Tasting at the Palm Beach County Convention Center.

Several ticket options are currently available, including the “Pick 4, Save 15%” option and the Pick 3 package, allowing guests to save 10% on ticket purchases. Additionally, American Airlines Advantage® Mastercard® cardholders can take advantage of unique benefits such as discounted tickets to select events and fast access entry at the Grand Tasting. 

For more details about individual events and participating chefs or to purchase tickets, please visit Pbfoodwinefest.com or call 800.210.0689. Follow the festival on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook @pbfoodwinefest for daily updates. For sponsorship inquiries, please contact info@pbfoodwinefest.com.

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