New York Taste presented by Citi returns on Tuesday, November 10, with the city’s best menu! Don’t miss this incredible feast—all you can eat, drink, and savor from more than 40 of New York’s most celebrated restaurants and mixology bars.
Since 1998, the best of New York’s restaurant scene—experts in both classic comforts and gastronomic innovations—have gathered together for the incredible feast that is New York Taste.
Together with its charity partner City Harvest, event organizers are delighted to once again serve the city’s most delectable and diverse menu, curated by culinary editor Gillian Duffy. Enjoy an incredible evening of tastings and libations with all you can eat and drink from more than 40 restaurants, chefs, and mixologists. Guests are able to interact with chefs and mixologists as they prepare and plate food—it’s part of the experience! Feel free to ask questions while tasting food from your favorite chefs.
VIP ticket price: $195 + tax (6-9pm). VIP tickets grant access to a special preview hour (6-7pm) before doors open for general admission, as well as an exclusive gift bag and access to the VIP lounge. General admission ticket price: $100 + tax (7-9pm). The Main Event (General Admission) is 7-9pm. Citi cardmembers will have the opportunity to bypass the main Event line with exclusive entry only available to Citi card members. Simply present your Citi card at the dedicated Citi line(s) for entry. Citi cardholders will enjoy access into an exclusive Citi Q&A session (limited space) with New York’s chief restaurant critic Adam Platt & co-owner/executive chef of Blue Hill and Blue Hill at Stone Barns, Dan Barber. Additionally you’ll have the opportunity to bypass the main event line with exclusive Citi entry. Just bring your Citi card to the event to enjoy these special benefits.
Guests must be 21 years or older in order to attend New York Taste presented by Citi.
Now serving New York City for more than 30 years, City Harvest is the world’s first food rescue organization, dedicated to feeding the city’s hungry men, women, and children. This year, City Harvest will collect 46 million pounds of excess food from all segments of the food industry, including restaurants, grocers, corporate cafeterias, manufacturers, and farms. This food is then delivered free of charge to some 400 community food programs throughout New York City by a fleet of trucks and bikes. City Harvest helps feed more than one million New Yorkers who face hunger each year.
Built in 1891, the Terminal Stores building (aka The Waterfront) was the most ambitious riverfront structure of its time; it was made to look like a medieval fortress. Twin rail lines originally ran through the central corridor of the building from docks on the Hudson to a freight line running up Eleventh Avenue. When built, this complex of seven-story warehouses was the only one in New York with direct river, road, and rail access—acting as a major transfer point for merchants receiving or shipping goods. And now, 124 years later, it plays host to the 17th annual New York Taste presented by Citi.