Stuff your face at the Downtown Food and Wine Festival


Wine and food, what more could you possibly want? With more than 100 menu items and 10 wine stations, seconds are in store. But be sure not to fill up on one menu item – you don’t want to miss out on the wide variety of nibbles and tipples this festival has to offer. Consider joining the Wine Taster’s Club; the extra $15 entitles you to five 2-ounce pours of your choice and a souvenir lanyard. Grab your blankets and lawn chairs (but no dogs, please) and bring them downtown: Lifehouse plays Saturday, Loverboy plays Sunday, and the Liquid Lounge will bounce with beats by AMP 101.9’s Radio Mixers and special guest DJs – so gobble all those calories down and dance the evening away, rain or shine. Be ready to indulge and leave your worries at home. 

Noon-9 p.m. Saturday, noon-7 p.m. Sunday | Lake Eola Park, East Robinson Street and North Eola Drive | | $15-$100

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