The Cincinnati International Wine Festival will return March 2-4, giving back to the community one glass at a time.
The fourth annual Beer Baron Ball will feature dining, dancing, a silent auction and craft beer. There will also be special inductions in to the Beer Baron Hall of Fame.
Once again, Jean-Robert and Annette Pfund-de Cavel invite the public to the eat.play.give Friends and Family SIDS Brunch. The 13th annual event will feature food and beverages from area restaurants and hands-on activities for children, as well as a silent auction.
The Beer, Wine and Food Festival is back for a seventh year – along with two nights of music – in the open air. Attendees may sample from more than 80 varieties of craft beer and wine, along with multiple food offerings.
What is Eat for Art? It’s cocktails. It’s dinners. It’s parties. It’s multiple events across multiple dates and locations, all for the benefit of Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park and Museum. And you may attend as many as you wish.
Approximately 9,000 attendees are expected at the Cincinnati Food + Wine Classic, which is moving from the confines of Washington Park to the north bank of the Ohio River. The weekend will include grand tastings, competitions, demonstrations, panel discussions and book signings, as well as four signature events.