July 12, 2019

The Ultimate Guide to the Best Food and Wine Tastings Boston Has to Offer



Summer is finally here and one of the best parts about these upcoming warm weekends are the Boston food and wine festivals.  What could be better than being with friends on the streets of Boston getting to enjoy the best food and beverages the city has to offer?  Well now you can and here is the ultimate guide for the best food and wine festivals happening in Boston from now through October!

July 16th : Annual Taste of Cambridge

Have you ever wished that you could have a little bite from every restaurant or little food nook of Cambridge?  Wish no more, the 17th annual Taste of Cambridge is back and better than ever with 50 participants ready to serve you the best that Cambridge has to offer!

August 4th : Boston Seafood Festival

The 8th annual Boston Seafood Festival is a time for people to enjoy one of New England’s most treasured food source. Clarke’s very own Chef Domenick will be making a special appearance ‘cheffing up’ some incredible seafood creations! Come celebrate Boston’s maritime heritage and eat some delicious food at the historic Boston Fish Pier.

    Photo Courtesy of bostonusa.com

September 12th : Eataly’s Block Party Series

The Italians take a stab at hosting a block party right outside of Eataly Boston. Savor some of Italy’s staple dishes: pasta al dente, creamy gelato, fresh mozzarella and of course vino!  Raise a glass and get a taste of Italy at the ultimate block party.



October 10-13 : The Taste of WGBH Food & Wine Festival

Experience New England’s largest food and wine festival at WGBH studios in Boston!  Experience four days of

events and activities to celebrate the best culinary techniques this region has to offer.

Photo Courtesy of WGBH

October 25th-27th : ATK Boston Eats Festival

Who doesn’t enjoy an all-you-can-eat food and hand-crafted cocktail fest?  This October, experience the culinary creations of star chefs and cooking demonstrations from ATK tv hosts and test cooks!  The partnering chefs will be working with a fully stocked Sub-Zero and Wolf stage, crafting their dishes with only the best appliances.














                                                                                                        Photo Courtesy of America’s Test Kitchen