West Palm Beach, Florida (PRWEB) September 18, 2014
Fall brings with it some truly incredible events that vacationers can attend around the world, including some of the leading food and drink festivals that happen in the United States. Food lovers of all types will appreciate this top list of food festivals to attend in the U.S. compiled by Global Vacation Ventures.
1. Grand American Beer Festival, Denver, Colorado
In celebration of Oktoberfest, Denver holds an annual event, known as the Great American Beer Festival. Celebrated each year since it was founded in 1982, upwards of 700 different breweries from around the United States travel to the Mile High City to show off their best brews and compete for prizes. Food tastings will also be held throughout this three-day event running from October 2-4, 2014.
2. National Apple Harvest Festival, Arendtsville, Pennsylvania
For the past 50 years, the National Apple Harvest Festival has been celebrating the start of the apple harvest in Pennsylvania. Jellies, jams, baked goods, candies and much more can all be purchased, with fresh apples being one of the main ingredients. A petting zoo, antique car displays, and many more events will make for a memorable family outing shares Global Vacation Ventures. The event runs from October 4-5 and October 11-12, 2014.
3. Food Network New York City Wine & Food Festival, New York City, New York
Some of the country’s best chefs will be making an appearance at this year’s Food Network Wine & Food Festival for a good cause. Throughout the event, celebrity chefs will be giving demonstrations on a wide variety of topics including butchering, and how to prepare delicious raw and vegan dinners. While this is one of the more expensive food festivals to attend, Global Vacation Ventures knows that this is a one-of-a-kind culinary experience that travelers are not going to want to miss that runs from October 16-19, 2014.
4. Kona Coffee Cultural Festival, Kailua-Kona, Hawaii
Coffee has long been one of the most important parts of Hawaii’s culture, as it has been grown on the Big Island for almost 200 years. Every year, this world-famous crop is celebrated at the Kona Coffee Cultural Festival, which is being held from November 7-16, 2014. Some of the events at the festival include the crowning of Miss Kona Coffee, coffee-picking contests, coffee tasting, coffee-themed foods and cooking demonstrations and much more.
For additional information about these festivals and the locations that they are hosted at, contact the concierge country club travel agency of Global Vacation Ventures today.