Eat your heart out.
It’s safe to say that you should dedicate an entire day or more (and an empty stomach) to this gourmet get-together. Sample from dozens of wine labels, try local and national craft beers, or find a new favorite cocktail while you taste some of the area’s greatest culinary vendors.
Food and Wine Experience
When: March 4 & 5, 2017
Where: Target Field
More information here
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It’s safe to say that you should dedicate an entire day or more (and an empty stomach) to this gourmet get-together.
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