As the weather gets warmer everyone is excited to shed their winter coat and step out. Spring motivates us to stop hibernating and try something new. What better way to kick off the season than with dozens of New Yorks finest in food and beverage? The Spring Taste NYC event offers just that to food lovers all over the Tri-state area on May 13th, at 7pm at the Metropolitan Pavillion in New York City.
The Spring Taste has a solid list of restaurants, chefs, and food purveyors lined up to offer participants sips, bites, and cooking demonstrations. Some NYC favorites such as Magnolia Bakery, Barefoot Bubbly, Coppolas, and Café Metro. There are some newcomers to the scene ready to be discovered and become your new favorite such as Unique Syrups, Sail Away Coffee, and Nuonu’s Creamy! In addition to tasting and sipping you will also have a chance to meet the chefs and people behind the amazing food and drink you are sampling that night. I for one will be there so make sure to stop by the booth to see what I am cooking up!
Along with copious amounts of amazing food and beverage, there will also be amazing entertainment to help it all go down. Guests will be treated to the funky and sultry sounds of vocalist Elasea Douglas and upright bassist, Sadiki Pierre of Acute Inflections. As well as a chance to hear some of the areas top DJ’s throughout the night.
Not only will ticket holders be treated to a unique culinary experience but they are given a chance to give back the community. A portion of the proceeds for each ticket will benefit City Harvest, which reaches out to New Yorkers facing hunger. Make sure to get your tickets and prepare for an evening full of good food, drinks, and entertainment all in one place!

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About The Author

Dish It Girl

Get ready to dish it up! My name is Dina Deleasa-Gonsar and I am so happy to have you join me in my little kitchen of big dreams. You may have seen me appear alongside my family on the E! Networks “Married to Jonas.” As seen during the show food is synonymous with family and life events. I have grown up with Sunday dinner being treated like a weekly holiday. Family dinner is serious business and perhaps a lost art. My formal training comes first and foremost from my mom and grandmother. Along the way I have picked up techniques from various cooking classes from the Institute of Culinary Education and the Ninety Acres Culinary Center. I hope to continue to inspire home cooks to venture out and create meals that are the centerpieces for family time and traditions. I can put on some heels and hit up a 5-star restaurant then, chase down a food truck. Join me as I try to land somewhere between Martha Stewart and my mom in my home cooking and entertaining adventures. If you can dish it, you best believe I can eat it!