Palm Beach Food & Wine Festival Tickets Now On Sale!
This year’s all-star lineup of Palm Beach Food & Wine Festival events will feature top chefs representing 10 culinary destinations, a major expansion of events, and a novel charity component called Chefs Dish Back.
The sixth anniversary celebration runs five days and five nights, beginning December 7, 2012 and The Breakers is excited to host two incredible events this year: The kick-off event, Chef Golf Cup & Food Truck: Impossible and the premiere event, An Evening at Le Cirque.
The Breakers Events
- Launching the revelry on Friday, December 7, in true Palm Beach style is the new event Golf Digest® Celebrity Chef Golf Cup and Food Truck: Impossible hosted by chef Robert Irvine, host of Food Network’s hit shows Dinner: Impossible and Restaurant: Impossible, at the premier Breakers Rees Jones® Course. Participants will get their game on with golf pros, VIPs, and the Festival’s star chefs and personalities. After the tournament, there will be a food truck challenge with the famously opinionated chef selecting the truck that wins the right to setup at the Grand Tasting finale at 150 WORTH.
- The Breakers is honored to once again host this year’s tribute dinner. On Saturday, December 8, we will honor one of the most famous restaurants in the world: Le Cirque of New York City. The special evening offers guests a chance to indulge in the decadence of one of the most famous restaurants in the world: Le Cirque of New York City. At An Evening with Le Cirque: A Tribute to Siro, eminent chefs Daniel Boulud, Jacques Torres, Marc Murphy and David Burke, along with The Breakers’ executive chef of banquets Jeff Simms and master sommelier Virginia Philip, will prepare the dinner of dreams in a tribute to owner Sirio Maccioni. With the help of Le Cirque’s own chef Olivier Reginensi, its iconic décor, and the famed Sirio himself, all senses will be ignited as The Breakers recreates this renowned New York establishment.
About the Palm Beach Food & Wine Festival
The Palm Beach Food & Wine Festival is produced by Brickhouse Public Relations and Pawar Inc. with support from community partners Palm Beach Convention and Visitors Bureau and Panache: A Classic Party Rentals Company. Now in its sixth year, the Palm Beach Food & Wine Festival features five‐days and five‐nights of star talent in a series of events that highlight the elegance and beauty of the Palm Beaches and offer a unique culinary experience for both residents and visitors. For more information about the Festival, visit www.pbfoodwinefest.com.
To ensure the quintessential Palm Beach experience, tickets to each event of the Palm Beach Food & Wine Festival 2012 are extremely limited. Tickets can be purchased at www.pbfoodwinefest.com or at (855) 428‐7849.