Astoria, Event, Food and Drink, Neighborhood, Street Food, Sunnyside
May 15, 2014

Taste of Sunnyside Sponsored Giveaway: Two VIP Tickets

If you love exploring new neighborhoods, eating eclectic dishes, enjoying the outdoors and getting the full VIP treatment, then this Taste of Sunnyside sponsored giveaway is for you. Celebrating its’ (…)

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If you love exploring new neighborhoods, eating eclectic dishes, enjoying the outdoors and getting the full VIP treatment, then this Taste of Sunnyside sponsored giveaway is for you.

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Celebrating its’ fourth year in the Sunyside neighborhood, with a first time twist, bringing the party outside under  7 train. Attendees (and the winner of this giveaway) at this years event will sample the best of Sunnyside’s food and drink from more than 25 local restaurants. As a VIP ticket holder you’ll skip the lines and enter the food extravangaza a whole hour earlier than general admission (5:30-6:30 pm).

When you arrive at The Taste of Sunnyside you might start off with a little lobster mac & cheese from Murphy’s Lobster Grill.

Photo courtesy of  Murphy's Lobster Grill

Photo courtesy of Murphy’s Lobster Grill

Try some salty and fatty goodness from Salt & Fat

Photo courtesy of Salt & Fat

Photo courtesy of Salt & Fat

Keep the tasting on track with treats from Venturo Osteria & Wine Bar.

Photo courtesy of Venturo Osteria & Wine Bar.

Photo courtesy of Venturo Osteria & Wine Bar.

All this food awesomeness is yours to sample along with; Colombian kernel corn, Romanian hors d’oeuvres, smoked meatballs and seitan with vegan mole poblano, and much, much more. Just in case you don’t win the giveaway, purchase your tickets online or take a chance and purchase them at the door. (Queens Boulevard between 45th Street and 46th Street, Sunnyside)

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About Emily Rios

Emily Rios manages special events, sponsored content and advertising clients as WHA's Business Development Director. She is a passionate and dedicated youth developer with a strong background in non-profit management, and works as Senior Manager of Youth Leadership at generationOn.

28 Comments

Charles

Of these, Claret is the most intriguing with it’s mix of bottled wines, charcuterie, cheeses, and pizza. It would also be nice to reacquaint with PJ Horgan’s.

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Charles

There are only a handful of participating restaurants that I have not experienced as of yet. Of these, Claret is the most intriguing with it’s mix of bottled wines, charcuterie, cheeses, and pizza.
It would also be nice to reacquaint with PJ Horgan’s. It is likely 15 years since I last entered this establishment.

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Erica

I would love to try Murphy’s Lobster Grill, lobster mac & cheese is my favorite!

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Cassandra

I’ve heard good things about de mole! And excited for lobster Mac.

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Lisa

I’m sitting at my desk, anxiously awaiting dinner and I see these photos. I’m salivating over here! Plus I’ve never checked out the food scene in Sunnyside so this would be a really fun event.

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Joy

Sunnyside is a great neighborhood, but I had no idea there were all these great eat,s too!

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Paul G

Interested in Salt and Fat, I’ve always wanted to explore this area more and just haven’t yet had time. Wish I knew more….

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