THE NEW BRITAIN MUSEUM OF AMERICAN ART’S
13th ANNUAL ART OF WINE & FOOD
Here's your chance to dine on some of the most delectable dishes paired with sought-after wine and spirits at the New Britain Museum of American Art during their 13th Annual Art of Wine & Food on Thursday, October 13, starting at 6 p.m.
Support the Museum’s exhibitions, creative community events, and educational programming for children and families while enjoying local, carefully crafted dishes and wines in a remarkable setting.
Guests can enjoy a broad palette of fine foods, such as chocolate cake with cinnamon mascarpone from Millwrights Restaurant, yuzu-infused watermelon, duck confit, and Dungeness crab from Foxwoods Resort Casino, New York quail egg with duck chorizo hollandaise from La Belle Farms, and much more. Each dish will have a carefully suggested wine or liquor pairing to create a unique yet wedded flavor.
Appearing will be delicious bites from
- B Restaurants,
- La Belle Farms,
- Belvedere Café and Restaurant,
- Blue Plate Kitchen,
- Carbone’s Kitchen,
- Confetti Restaurant and Artisan Caterers,
- Cook and the Bear,
- Cure Restaurant,
- David Alan Hospitality Group,
- Esca Restaurant & Wine Bar,
- First and Last Tavern,
- Foxwoods Resort Casino and Cake by Franck,
- Grants Restaurant and Bar,
- Grass Roots Creamery,
- Hardcore Sweet Cupcakes,
- Millwrights Restaurant,
- Rooster Company,
- Seasonal Sweets and Catering,
- Shearwater Organic Coffee Roasters,
- Tisane Euro-Asian Café,
- Toshi Izakaya Japanese Restaurant,
- Vermont Creamery.
Check out www.artofwineandfood.org for menu items, wineries, distilleries, and our sponsors.
This year the organization will feature New York-based photographer Deborah Feingold who has worked with the most iconic public figures and musical legends of the 20th–21st century for publications ranging from Rolling Stone to The New York Times to novels and album covers. Feingold will be signing Music, her first published photo anthology, which captures the distinct personalities of renowned musicians of the past four decades, including Madonna, Keith Richards, Prince, Mick Jagger, and many more.
Regular tickets are $150 per Member and $175 per non-Member; patron tickets are $300 per Member and $350 per non-Member. Patron ticket holders are invited to an exclusive Grand Cru tasting. All tickets are tax deductible less $75. To purchase tickets, visit www.artofwineandfood.org and click on “Buy Tickets.” Interested participants can also contact Joe Sylvester, Development Assistant, at (860) 229-0257, ext. 230 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This event is generously supported by Stanley Black & Decker, WFSB Eyewitness News, SEI, Downes Construction, Hartford HealthCare and Hospital of Central Connecticut, Hoffman Auto Group, Emcor Services, Starling Physicians, and Hartford Magazine.
Event Director Vicky Cirilli of Cirilli Associates is lining up a stellar list of participating restaurants and world class wines so you can be sure this event will be a hit!
New Britain Museum of American Art
56 Lexington Street
New Britain, CT 06052
About the New Britain Museum of American Art
The New Britain Museum of American Art is the first institution dedicated solely to acquiring American art. Spanning four centuries of American history, the Museum’s permanent collection is renowned for its strengths in colonial portraiture, the Hudson River School, American Impressionism, the Ash Can School, as well as the important mural series The Arts of Life in America by Thomas Hart Benton. The singular focus on American art and its panoramic view of American artistic achievement, realized through the Museum’s extensive permanent collection, exhibitions, and educational programming, make the New Britain Museum of American Art a significant resource for a broad and diverse public.
Contact: Melissa Nardiello, New Britain Museum of American Art, (860) 229-0257, ext. 219, email@example.com.
SOURCE: New Britain Museum of American Art