Mark your calendars: we were researching upcoming food festivals in NYC this fall, and found that a disproportionate number of the best ones are taking place on the same day. Apparently September 29th is the day to be in town for foodies. Here’s a preview of the best food and drink festivals taking place in New York City on September 29th.

NYC Craft Coffee Festival

September 29th

This immersive coffee experience will feature twenty specially chosen roasters and coffee shops offering up samples of their best beans. Live entertainment, and an open environment to interact with enthusiasts and experts make this a can’t-miss coffee-lover experience.

307 Kent Ave. Brooklyn, NY

Brooklyn Wine Fest

September 29th

Wine Fest can introduce you to countless new wines from around the world, and educate you about them while providing a fun party with live entertainment, food and games. Grab a ticket, get a sampling glass, and make sure not to miss this exciting event in Greenpoint.

72 Noble St. Brooklyn, NY

The Chile Pepper Festival

September 29th

Some people are gluttons for the challenging spice of the blazing chile pepper. This well-known Brooklyn party features live music, and chile-infused dishes prepared by renowned local chefs in the gorgeous Brooklyn Botanic Garden.

Brooklyn Botanic Garden. Brooklyn, NY

New York Vegandale

September 29th-30th

Vegandale is a traveling food festival for ethically-minded eaters. Soon to announce a 2018 vendor list, the event consistently sources the best local vegan comfort foods, craft beers, and wines.

Randall’s Island Park. New York, NY

The Bacon and Beer Classic

September 29th

In the complete other direction from Vegandale, the Bacon and Beer Classic is a full-on celebration of its eponymous ingredients. Expect music, tasting dishes from restaurants, and samples from breweries at this popular annual event.

USTA National Tennis Center. Queens, NY

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