Question: Where in this city can you get 25+ plates of anything for 60 bucks (less than $3 a plate) with a tax deductible ticket?
Answer: Taste of Gramercy! This Gramercy Neighborhood Associates event – now in its 6th successful year – boasts over 50 top restaurants, sponsors, raffle items, libations and treats. And it all takes place on bucolic Irving Place in Gramercy Park from 12pm to 4pm on Saturday, September 29. Savor delicacies from Michelin-starred chefs and the most revered restaurants in New York City like Danny Meyer’s Maialino (2 New York Times stars), Bouley at Home by Michelin-starred chef David Bouley, and Junoon (1 Michelin star). And nibbles from Matcha Bar, Irving Farm, City Bakery and Insomnia Cookies will please your palate! Stroll around Irving Place and discover the best of the city’s food scene. There’s no better way to spend a fall weekend!
Special offer for skint readers: Get a $30 six-tasting ticket ($10 off the regular ticket price of $40), and a $60 full-tasting ticket ($10 off the regular ticket price of $70).
Click HERE for tickets and use code SKINT-GNA2018.
Here’s the full line-up:
Maialino, Wagamama, Caffe Marchio’s, Javalina, Kyma, Chawlas 2, Taco Electrico, Paul & Jimmy’s, The Clock Tower, Ainsworth East Village, City Bakery, Blackbarn, Bouley at Home, Lady Mendl’s, The Little Beet Table, Patrizia’s, Junoon, Beecher’s Cheese, Taralucci e Vino, Follia, Harding’s, Feast, Casa Neta, Kelloggs’s NYC, Irvington Bar & Restaurant
conEdison, Red Door, Royal Orthodontics, Mount Sinai Medical, Halstead, Breads Bakery, Tickle Water, Verday, Irving Farm, Insomnia Cookies, Macha Bar, FOCO, Aloha, KIND, Inn At Irving Place, Cibar, Gramercy Neighborhood Associates
Baked by Melissa, Barry’s Bootcamp, Pete’s Tavern, Ronnie Hair, Swerve Fitness, Phitting Room, Rumble Fitness, Tosler Davis, Kiehl’s, Sal Anthony’s, Molly’s Shebeen, The Bluebell Cafe, Soul Cycle, Chipoltle, AMC Theaters, Le Coq Rico, The Player’s Club-Gramercy Park
Taste of Gramercy Neighborhood is hosted by Gramercy Neighborhood Associates, one of the oldest community organizations in NYC (since 1912). TOGN proceeds benefit local schools, and all food not consumed is donated to The Bowery Mission to support NYC’s homeless population. GNA is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Your donation is tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.