All day activities

Highlights

Taste Trail

21 - 30 Sep 2018

The Taste Trail allows you to relish a series of little samples in a wide variety of food retailers around the city.  Buy two booklets for £8 and spend the day exploring.

Please note, while this a popular family activity, a minority of the samples are of alcohol.

Two for £8 or £5for a single voucher booklet
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The Food Factory

21 - 30 Sep 2018 St Sampson's Square

The most substantial hands on learning opportunity at the Festival is the new “Food Factory”.  A family ticket for nearly two hours of entertainment is £15.  Participants learn to make bread, butter, pasta and ice-cream, preserve fish and make cheese, if that’s not enough the visit is rounded off with a chocolate activity in the York Cocoa Works.

The Food Factory is situated on St Sampson’s square alongside the demonstration area and a new pop-up bar and street food area.

Opening times:

Weekends (Friday, Saturday & Sunday) from 10:30am with last entry at 4:00pm

Midweek (Monday – Thursday) from 3:30pm with last entry at 4:00pm

 

Family Ticket (includes additional activity at York Cocoa Works)£15Adults £7, Children £5, under 5 free
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28 Sep 2018

The Festival Wine Fair

Doubletree by Hilton (formerly the Monkbar Hotel) 19:30 until 21:30

Compare wine offerings from both major supermarkets and independent suppliers – you get a glass and it’s time to explore.

£20Over 18s only
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16 Sep 2018

Mad Hatter’s Afternoon Tea

The Grand Hotel & Spa 14:00 until 15:30

Don’t be late for a very important date! Come along to a Mad Hatter’s Afternoon Tea Party to be presented with a feast of colourful cakes, drink me potions and all things Alice in Wonderland.

Taking place at The Grand on selected Sundays or available as a private event for your special occasion, Mad Hatter’s Afternoon Tea Party is the perfect event for adults and children alike with an abundance of colourful cakes, drink me potions and all things Alice in Wonderland.

Please call 01904 380038 or email events@thegrandyork.co.uk to book

Adults£39 Children
£21 (up to 12 years),
£11 (up to 5 years)
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York Beer & Cider Festival

19 - 22 Aug 2018 York Knavesmire

Yorkshire’s biggest beer festival returns, from 19th – 22nd September, to the beautiful 150 acres of tree-lined parkland called York Knavesmire with 500+ beers and 100+ ciders.

Held in a huge marquee in the ClockTower Enclosure opposite the York Racecourse Grandstand, it features beers and ciders from all over the UK as well as a foreign beer bar, world wines, a food village and massive outside beer garden. For more details head to their website: http://www.yorkbeerfestival.org.uk/faqs/

More information
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Taste Trail

21 - 30 Sep 2018

The Taste Trail allows you to relish a series of little samples in a wide variety of food retailers around the city.  Buy two booklets for £8 and spend the day exploring.

Please note, while this a popular family activity, a minority of the samples are of alcohol.

Two for £8 or £5for a single voucher booklet
Book Tickets

The Food Factory

21 - 30 Sep 2018 St Sampson's Square

The most substantial hands on learning opportunity at the Festival is the new “Food Factory”.  A family ticket for nearly two hours of entertainment is £15.  Participants learn to make bread, butter, pasta and ice-cream, preserve fish and make cheese, if that’s not enough the visit is rounded off with a chocolate activity in the York Cocoa Works.

The Food Factory is situated on St Sampson’s square alongside the demonstration area and a new pop-up bar and street food area.

Opening times:

Weekends (Friday, Saturday & Sunday) from 10:30am with last entry at 4:00pm

Midweek (Monday – Thursday) from 3:30pm with last entry at 4:00pm

 

Call to book at 01904 654036 or email us at admin@yorkfoodfestival.com

Family Ticket (includes additional activity at York Cocoa Works)£15Adults £7, Children £5, under 5 free
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Macmillan coffee and cake

21 - 30 Sep 2018 Food Hub , St Sampson's Square, York 09:00 until 17:00

Come to the Food Hub to buy coffee and cake and support Macmillan. Coffee and cake will be provided by Jo’s Kitchen with 25% of sales being donated to Macmillan Cancer

21 Sep 2018

Coffee and chocolate tasting – a sensory delight

York Cocoa Works, Castlegate 11:00 until 12:00

Taking a lead from the “Slow Food” movement the “Taste Workshops” are an opportunity to learn more about local produce from producers and experts.

Join York Coffee Emporium and York Cocoa Works for a compare and contrast sensory journey of the processes involved in taking the raw bean – coffee and cocoa –  to cup.

Your journey will cover,  how cocoa beans and coffee beans are grown and harvested, the techniques of cocoa and coffee roasting to optimise the delicious flavours, how to recognise the variety of flavours when tasting coffee and chocolate, and finally, tasting the optimum coffee and chocolate partnership.

A match made in heaven!

£5Booking details to follow
21 Sep 2018

Rafi’s Spicebox Demo

Demo Area, St Sampson's Square 12:00 until 13:00

See Rafi’s spicebox in our demonstration area on St Sampson’s Square

21 Sep 2018

James McKenzie

Demo Area, St Sampson's Square 13:00 until 14:00

James will be demonstrating Michelin starred dishes from The Pipe and Glass, where he is Chef/Proprietor, and his award-winning cookbook, On the Menu

21 Sep 2018

Jon Appleby

Demo Area, St Sampson's Square 14:00 until 15:00

Jon Appleby, Head Chef at The Blue Lion Inn in East Witton, near Leyburn, will be demonstrating

21 Sep 2018

Jessica Gardham

Demo Area, St Sampson's Square 15:00 until 14:00

MasterChef quarter finalist, and York resident, Jessica Gardham will be demonstrating some of the dishes that got her through to this years MasterChef quarterfinal

21 Sep 2018

York Chocolate Story

Demo Area, St Sampson's Square 16:00 until 17:00

The talented expert chocolatiers at York’s Chocolate Story will be holding live demonstrations throughout the festival. Discover the art of the chocolatier, the sweet history of York and how to taste like a professional connoisseur!

York’s Little Festival of Live Music

21 - 23 Sep 2018 Entertainment Marquee, Parliament Street, York 17:00 until 21:00

York’s Little Festival of Live Music will be returning to the York Food and Drink Festival this September with plenty more exciting acts for you to discover.

The festival will take place between 21-29 September, 5pm-9pm (except 24 and 25) in The Music Marquee on Parliament Street.

Free
21 Sep 2018

Pinot Noir Tasting

The Chopping Block at Walmgate Ale House 19:30 until 21:30

Join Christine Austin, wine writer for the Yorkshire Post, for an evening exploring Pinot Noir, the grape of classic Burgundy. Pinot is often regarded as the wine growers greatest challenge, producing delicate ethereal wines of great complexity and interest, in some of the worlds cooler vineyards. The evenings tasting will be followed by a 2-course meal at the Chopping Block, Michael Hjort’s new restaurant above Walmgate Ale House.

22 Sep 2018

Fossgate Produce Market

Fossgate, York 10:00 until 17:00

The Festival’s market will be extending into Fossgate on both Saturdays of the Festival. This extension of the Festival market highlights mainly Yorkshire micro-producers.

22 Sep 2018

Craig Atchinson

Demo Area, St Sampson's Square 13:00 until 14:00

Executive chef of the Grand hotel and Spa, York’s only 5 star hotel, will be demonstrating dishes from his 3 AA Rosette restaurant, Hudsons.

22 Sep 2018

Olli Farrar

Demo Area, St Sampson's Square 14:00 until 15:00

Join chef consultant Olli Farrar for his demonstration

22 Sep 2018

Taste Workshop – Bread

15:00 until 16:00

Taking a lead from the “Slow Food” movement the “Taste Workshops” are an opportunity to learn more about local produce from producers and experts.

Join the head baker from Pinder & Scott to taste all things bread, more details to follow

22 Sep 2018

Adam Jackson

Demo Area, St Sampson's Square 15:00 until 16:00

Adam Jackson Chef patron of the three AA rosette restaurant The Park will be demonstrating

22 Sep 2018

York Chocolate Story

Demo Area, St Sampson's Square 16:00 until 17:00

The talented expert chocolatiers at York’s Chocolate Story will be holding live demonstrations throughout the festival. Discover the art of the chocolatier, the sweet history of York and how to taste like a professional connoisseur!

22 Sep 2018

Rosé Around the World with Karen Hardwick

The Chopping Block at Walmgate Ale House 19:30 until 22:00

From palest pink, light and delicate to richer and more serious wines , sparkling and sweet we will explore the complexities and subtleties of rose wine. Karen will guide you through an array of Rosé including pink Champagne as well as Whispering Angel from Provence. Whispering Angel is possibly the world’s best known luxury rose. The evening will be accompanied by a three course dinner from Yorkshire Chef, and Festival Director, Michael Hjort.

23 Sep 2018

Rafi’s Spicebox Demo

Demo Area, St Sampson's Square 13:00 until 14:00

Rafi’s Spicebox will be demonstrating

23 Sep 2018

Rascills

Demo Area, St Sampson's Square 14:00 until 15:00

Richard Chef/Proprietor of Rascills Restaurant will be demonstrating

23 Sep 2018

Oysters & Sparkling Wine

Cut & Chase, Goodramgate 15:00 until 16:00

Taking a lead from the “Slow Food” movement the “Taste Workshops” are an opportunity to learn more about local produce from producers and experts.

Join Cut & Chase for a taste workshop exploring oysters and sparkling wine, more details to follow

23 Sep 2018

York Chocolate Story

Demo Area, St Sampson's Square 15:00 until 16:00

The talented expert chocolatiers at York’s Chocolate Story will be holding live demonstrations throughout the festival. Discover the art of the chocolatier, the sweet history of York and how to taste like a professional connoisseur!

23 Sep 2018

Sharmini Thomas

Demo Area, St Sampson's Square 16:00 until 17:00

Sharmini Thomas, indian cookery guru, will be demonstrating

School’s Programme

24 - 27 Sep 2018 10:00 until 15:00

The Festival offers cookery sessions for up to 1000 York primary school children every year

24 Sep 2018

Junior Chef’s Competition

Demo Area, St Sampson's Square 12:00 until 17:00

The Festival’s annual Junior Chef’s competition shines a light on York’s Junior Chefs. York’s best Junior Chefs (Chefs that work in a professional kitchen but do not hold the rank of a Sous or Head Chef) will cook head to head in this live final.

Applications for Junior Chef’s are still open. This competition is open to any professional Chefs who do not hold the rank of sous or head chef. If you are an interested Junior chef, or a proprietor/manager who wishes to nominate a Junior Chef, please email admin@yorkfoodfestival.com

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25 Sep 2018

Slug & Lettuce Cocktails

Demo Area, St Sampson's Square 12:30 until 13:30

The Slug and Lettuce will be demonstrating some of their cocktails

25 Sep 2018

York Chocolate Story

Demo Area, St Sampson's Square 13:30 until 14:00

The talented expert chocolatiers at York’s Chocolate Story will be holding live demonstrations throughout the festival. Discover the art of the chocolatier, the sweet history of York and how to taste like a professional connoisseur!

25 Sep 2018

An Introduction to Cheese and Wine pairing

Love Cheese, Gillygate 15:00 until 16:00

Taking a lead from the “Slow Food” movement the “Taste Workshops” are an opportunity to learn more from York’s specialists and experts.

Join Love Cheese as they introduce you to the world of wine and cheese pairing. White wines with crumbly cheese, sparkling wine with soft. You’ll definitely try something new.

£16.50Over 18s only
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25 Sep 2018

A Totally Italian Wine Tasting

York Cocoa House, Blake street 18:00 until 19:00

Taking a lead from the “Slow Food” movement the “Taste Workshops” are an opportunity to learn from York’s specialists and experts.

Join Peter McKenna for a tutored tasting of Italian Wine. Peter will guide you through this selective tasting of six wines made from entirely native grape varieties, ranging from Piedmont in the North to Sicily in the South. These exciting wines show why Italy rightly deserves the name ‘Enotria’-the land of the vines’.

£15Over 18s only
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25 Sep 2018

Arcadia

National Centre for Early Music 19:30 until 21:00

Join us to celebrate the Harvest season with a screening of the new film Arcadia accompanied by locally pressed cider with traditional English cheeses and bread provided by The Press Kitchen, Walmgate.  Arcadia gives an exhilarating portrait of the beauty and brutality, magic and madness of rural Britain shown through 100 years of archive footage and complemented by Will Gregory and Adrian Uttley’s expressive score.

Arcadia 12A (UK, 2017, 78”, dir. Paul Wright)

The film will be preceded by a short set of traditional music from the University of York’s music students.

More information

Book via NCEM box office: 01904 658338

£14 Concessions £12
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26 Sep 2018

Yourcafe Community Cafe

Tang Hall Community Centre 11:00 until 14:00

Yourcafe uses surplus ingredients from local businesses to create an ever varied menu.  Pay-as-you-feel,  as much or as little as you choose, or nothing at all

 

26 Sep 2018

Masala Craft

Demo Area, St Sampson's Square 12:00 until 13:00

York restaurant, Masala Craft will be demonstrating

26 Sep 2018

Adam Jackson

Demo Area, St Sampson's Square 13:00 until 14:00

Adam Jackson Chef patron of the three AA rosette restaurant The Park will be demonstrating

26 Sep 2018

Neil Bentinck

Demo Area, St Sampson's Square 14:00 until 15:00

Neil Bentinck Chef-proprietor of Skosh will be demonstrating

26 Sep 2018

All things Apple

The Chopping Block at Walmgate Ale House 15:00 until 16:30

Taking a lead from the “Slow Food” movement the “Taste Workshops” are an opportunity to learn more about local produce from producers and experts.

Pairing Yorkshire apples, ciders and juices with Yorkshire foods. Join Orchards of Husthwaite to taste and learn more about a variety of delicious Yorkshire grown apples, apple ciders and juices, paired with accompanying food from the Chopping Block at Walmgate Ale House.

26 Sep 2018

Will McKee

Demo Area, St Sampson's Square 15:00 until 16:00

Harrogate born Chef, Will, is a seasoned professional demonstration chef and will be demonstrating for the first time at York Food Festival

26 Sep 2018

Radio York – Ready Steady Cook

Demo Area, St Sampson's Square 16:00 until 17:00

BBC Radio York’s Adam Tomlinson and Anna Wallace will be returning to the Festival to host a live Ready, Steady, Cook off with fellow presenters from BBC Radio York. This is bound to be a fun filled demo slot, broadcast live from the Festival.

This event is free although you must book to reserve a seat

26 Sep 2018

York Hospitality Awards

Everywhere Cinema 18:30 until 21:00

Shining a light on the hidden stars behind York’s hospitality industry

This brand new celebration is set to showcase the talent and skills of individuals within York’s hospitality sector.  These new awards will recognise the people working behind the scenes to deliver first class customer service to York’s visitors and residents.  Sponsored by Sweet P Catering, the inaugural ceremony will take place on 26 September at Everyman Cinema. Details to follow

26 Sep 2018

An Evening with Rafi’s Spicebox

Demonstration Area, St Sampson's Square 19:00 until 21:00

Raffi’s Spicebox will be showcasing the different ways to use different cuts of meat to create interesting, succulent and often, simple dishes, using our renowned Curry Packs and family recipes.

With an abundance of witty anecdotes from their childhood and memories of the best cuts of meat which Rafi would choose to feed the Fernandez family, you’ll be sure to leave with the confidence to whip up your own Indian meals at home.

This will be an interactive evening with plenty of opportunities to ask questions and lots of generous samples to appease your appetite.

More information

Customers can buy tickets from Rafi’s York shop:

Rafi’s Spicebox

17 Goodramgate

York

YO1 7LW

01904 430850

26 Sep 2018

Bistro Guy Wine Tasting Evening

Bistro Guy, Gillygate 19:00 until 22:00

A 5 course tasting menu and wine evening hosted by chef patron of Bistro Guy, Guy Whapples, with guest wine guru Patrice Lipatti-Messme from La Bon Vin, wine merchants. Guy has created a five course Japanese fusion tasting menu and Patrice has paired some wonderful wines with each individual dish.

Please call 01904 652500 or email info@bistroguy.co.uk to book

27 Sep 2018

Slug & Lettuce Cocktail Demo

Demo Area, St Sampson's Square 12:00 until 13:00

Slug & Lettuce will be demonstrating some of their cocktails

27 Sep 2018

The Star inn

13:00 until 14:00

Five demonstration slots showcasing all four of Michelin Starred Chef Andrew Pern’s Restaurants, details to follow

27 Sep 2018

Whittards

14:00 until 14:30

Whittards of Chelsea, York, will be demonstrating their bestselling coffees and the different ways to brew them, talking about how this affects the flavour and the recommended way to brew different coffees

27 Sep 2018

York Chocolate Story

Demo Area, St Sampson's Square 14:30 until 15:00

The talented expert chocolatiers at York’s Chocolate Story will be holding live demonstrations throughout the festival. Discover the art of the chocolatier, the sweet history of York and how to taste like a professional connoisseur!

27 Sep 2018

Cut & Chase Cocktail masterclass

Cut & Chase, Goodramgate 15:00 until 16:00

Taking a lead from the “Slow Food” movement the “Taste Workshops” are an opportunity to learn from York’s specialists and experts.

So you have mastered the art of sipping a cocktail but do you think you could make one? Join Cut & Chase  to learn how to make two of their signature cocktails from their dedicated mixologist

£15Over 18s only
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27 Sep 2018

The Botanist

Demo Area, St Sampson's Square 15:00 until 16:00

The Botanist will be demonstrating some of their cocktails

27 Sep 2018

The Star inn

Demo Area, St Sampson's Square 16:00 until 17:00

Five demonstration slots showcasing all four of Michelin Starred Chef Andrew Pern’s Restaurants, details to follow

27 Sep 2018

Punching above their weight – South African Wines in the post Apartheid era with David Geary

Bedern Hall 19:30 until 22:00

A new face to the Festival, David Geary, will guide you on a unique indulgence of your palate through a range of South African wines. The evening will include the tasting tutored by David and a buffet meal to follow, all set in the beautiful and historic Bedern Hall.

28 Sep 2018

Provenance Inns & Hotels

Demo Area, St Sampson's Square 11:00 until 12:00

Jason Moore, one of the founding chefs of Provenance Inns & Hotels, will be demonstrating

28 Sep 2018

Coffee and chocolate tasting – a sensory delight

York Cocoa Works, Castlegate 11:00 until 12:00

Taking a lead from the “Slow Food” movement the “Taste Workshops” are an opportunity to learn more about local produce from producers and experts.

Join York Coffee Emporium and York Cocoa Works for a compare and contrast sensory journey of the processes involved in taking the raw bean – coffee and cocoa –  to cup.

Your journey will cover,  how cocoa beans and coffee beans are grown and harvested, the techniques of cocoa and coffee roasting to optimise the delicious flavours, how to recognise the variety of flavours when tasting coffee and chocolate, and finally, tasting the optimum coffee and chocolate partnership.

A match made in heaven!

£5Booking details to follow
28 Sep 2018

The Star inn

Demo Area, St Sampson's Square 12:00 until 13:00

Five demonstration slots showcasing all four of Michelin Starred Chef Andrew Pern’s Restaurants

28 Sep 2018

Rafi’s Spicebox Demo

Demo Area, St Sampson's Square 13:00 until 14:00

Rafi’s Spicebox will be demonstrating

28 Sep 2018

Olli Farrar

14:00 until 15:00

Join chef consultant Olli Farrar for his demonstration

28 Sep 2018

Whittards

Demo Area, St Sampson's Square 15:00 until 16:00

Whittards of Chelsea, York, will be demonstrating their bestselling coffees and the different ways to brew them, talking about how this affects the flavour and the recommended way to brew different coffees

28 Sep 2018

Sharmini Thomas

Demo Area, St Sampson's Square 16:00 until 17:00

Sharmini Thomas, indian cookery guru, will be demonstrating

28 Sep 2018

An Evening of Mead Tasting with Lancashire Mead Company

Barley Hall 19:00 until 21:00

Enjoy an evening of wine tasting with a difference, as you are invited to sample a carefully selected range of mead from The Lancashire Mead Company.

During the medieval period honey was the principle ingredient in many remedies and salves; it was said that marinating the heart of a hoopoe or the tongue of a kite in honey and placing it under your tongue would help you understand the language of birds.

However, for this event we will take you on a journey of taste and scent as you taste five tempting varieties of mead. Each sample will be paired with an accompanying dish to help develop the flavour. Mead-connoisseurs from the Lancashire Mead Company will be on hand to talk you through the tasting notes.

There will also be an opportunity to purchase a selection of mead during the evening allowing you to pick up the perfect gift or just treat yourself!

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28 Sep 2018

The Festival Wine Fair

Doubletree by Hilton (formerly the Monkbar Hotel) 19:30 until 21:30

Compare wine offerings from both major supermarkets and independent suppliers – you get a glass and it’s time to explore.

£20Over 18s only
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28 Sep 2018

Dine at my table with Gareth Morgan

Acomb, York 19:30 until 22:30

Wine educator, Dr Gareth Morgan is delighted to welcome guests to dine with him at home for a unique four course wine dinner (meat or vegetarian available). The dinner will be accompanied with eight different vintages from a leading Grand Cru Classé château, Château Batailley from the Pauillac appellation. This will be a truly special evening for lovers of top red Bordeaux.

Following an aperitif, two vintages of Ch Batailley will be served with each course of the dinner and a top cognac with the coffee. Gareth’s simple Yorkshire fare (prepared to avoid detracting from the wines) will include dishes such as braised field mushrooms with Yorkshire pudding, prime sausages (meat or vegetarian) and local cheeses.

The eight vintages of Ch Batailley will span a total of 24 years (1990-2014) enabling guests to see the development of a top wine over time.  Even a young vintage of Ch Batailley typically retails for least £45 a bottle (well over £100 in a restaurant) so for most wine lovers, just opening a single bottle is a very special treat. To taste eight vintages over the course of a dinner, going back nearly 30 years, is a truly unique event.

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29 Sep 2018

Fossgate Produce Market

Fossgate, york 10:00 until 17:00

The Festival’s market will be extending into Fossgate on both Saturdays of the Festival. This extension of the Festival market highlights mainly Yorkshire micro-producers.

29 Sep 2018

Wild Food Foraging Walk

Skeldergate Bridge 10:30 until 12:30

Join Wild Harvest for a foraging walk along the river where you learn how to forage free food for life!

Discover FREE FOOD for life with our wild food foraging walk by the river in York. On this two hour walk you will learn facts about approx. 25 edible plants and trees, how to harvest and prepare them, together with the benefits and caveats involved in Wild Food Foraging.

The walk will start from under Skeldergate Bridge, next to St Georges Fields Car/Coach Park.

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£12Under 14s FREE
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29 Sep 2018

Simon Miller

Demo Area, St Sampson's Square 13:00 until 14:00

Head Chef and co-founder of La Casita, a Yorkshire exclusive tapas chain with traditional restaurants in Boston Spa, Leeds, Horsforth and Ilkley, will be demonstrating

29 Sep 2018

York College

Demo Area, St Sampson's Square 14:00 until 15:00

York College will be demonstrating

29 Sep 2018

Born to Brews

Brew York Beer Hall 15:00 until 16:30

Taking a lead from the “Slow Food” movement the “Taste Workshops” are an opportunity to learn more about local produce from producers and experts.

Join Brew York & Born to Lose Burger Kitchen for this Beer & Food pairing taste workshop

29 Sep 2018

Tommy Banks

Demo Area, St Sampson's Square 15:00 until 16:00

Michelin starred Chef Tommy, Chef/Owner of The Black Swan at Oldstead and Roots, York, will be demonstrating

29 Sep 2018

The Star inn

Demo Area, St Sampson's Square 16:00 until 17:00

Five demonstration slots showcasing all four of Michelin Starred Chef Andrew Pern’s Restaurants, details to follow

30 Sep 2018

The Star inn

Demo Area, St Sampson's Square 13:00 until 14:30

Five demonstration slots showcasing all four of Michelin Starred Chef Andrew Pern’s Restaurants, details to follow

30 Sep 2018

York Chocolate Story

14:30 until 15:00

The talented expert chocolatiers at York’s Chocolate Story will be holding live demonstrations throughout the festival. Discover the art of the chocolatier, the sweet history of York and how to taste like a professional connoisseur!

30 Sep 2018

Afternoon Tea and Fizz

Love to Eat 15:00 until 17:00

Love to Eat and Melton’s are hosting a wonderful traditional Afternoon Tea coupled with a delicious array of sparkling wines

In partnership with Melton’s Restaurant York, and celebrating the end of the York Food Festival, Love to Eat is hosting a wonderful traditional Afternoon Tea coupled with a delicious array of sparkling wines. Melton’s will join us for the wine tasting and you’ll learn about the chosen wines. Bookings are essential as places are limited.

More information

Please call Love to Eat directly on 01904 778880 or mobile 07951170620 to book. A deposit will be required to secure your booking.

30 Sep 2018

Slug & Lettuce Cocktails

Demo Area, St Sampson's Square 15:00 until 16:00

Slug & Lettuce, York, will be demonstrating some of their cocktails