(Woodstock, NY) May 7, 2014- The Second Annual Taste of Woodstock will feature over twenty local eateries, on the evening of May 14th from 6-9pm.
"Taste of Woodstock is a great event for everyone, with a variety of different styles of food, drink and more," says Woodstock Film Festival board president Lauri Andretta."We'll start you off with a glass of wine at 13 Rock City Road and hand you a map of the participating restaurants and venues all within walking distance."
Come and delight your palate with the many different tastes
that the Woodstock area has to offer. Eateries that have confirmed participation include; Bistro-to-Go, Black-Eyed Suzie's, Bread Alone, Catskill Mountain Pizza, Cucina, The Emerson, Garden Cafe, The Green Palate Vege-Terranean Grill, Landau Grill, Little Apple, Maria's Bazaar, Mountain Gate Indian Restaurant, New World Home Cooking Co., Oriole 9, The Red Onion, Rick's Wood-Fired Pizza, Sunflower Natural Foods Market, Woodstock Emporium, Woodstock Wine & Liquors and YumYum Noodle Bar. Binnewater will provide bottles of water and Keegan Ales will host a beer tasting.
Restaurants that are not within walking distance will be hosted at local venues including Empty Spaces, Mirabai of Woodstock, The Center for Photography, Loominus Handwovens, Westwood Metes & Bounds Realty, and Lily's Boutique. Not Fade Away will be hosting live music.
Tickets are available online at Taste of Woodstock.
Proceeds benefit THE FILM CENTER capital campaign. Year-round, THE FILM CENTER hosts filmmakers, film-related workshops, classes, special events and serves as a hub for the Woodstock Film Festival and Hudson Valley Film Commission.
Taste of Woodstock will feature New World
Home Cooking, whose chef, Ric Orlando, won
Chopped on the Food Network Channel, and
chef Erica Mahlkuch of Yum Yum Noodle Bar
who recently won Cutthroat Kitchen.
About the Woodstock Film Festival:
Hailed by Indiewire as "A true American Maverick Among Fests" and praised by actor Ethan Hawke as "among the finest of a dying breed: a festival that isn't trying to sell you anything, but simply and beautifully celebrating the art & craft of filmmaking", the Woodstock Film Festival premiers exceptional films, hosts the most talented emerging and established professionals in the movie industry; presents
A-list concerts, panels and parties, and creates stimulating, innovative programming year-round.
The Woodstock Film Festival is a non-profit, 501c3 with a mission to present an annual program and year-round schedule of film, music and art-related activities that promote artists, culture, inspired learning and diversity.
The Hudson Valley Film Commission is a not for profit 501c3 organization that creates
sustainable economic development by attracting, supporting and promoting local
film, video and media production in the Hudson Valley - Catskills.