A Chef’s Life: TerraVita

It’s a food fest like no other — that’s why you’ll want to know that tickets for the TerraVita Food & Drink Event go on sale this Saturday, July 20.

Named one of the “10 Southern Food Festivals You Need to Taste” by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution and “4 Can’t Miss Southern Food Festivals” by PeterGreenberg.com, TerraVita is devoted to highlighting local and sustainable food and beverages of superior quality.

“In honor of our fifth year, we’ve taken the festival to a new level. This year we’re honored to host the North Carolina premiere of the second season of the award-winning PBS series A Chef’s Life, with Chef Vivian Howard, a longtime TerraVita supporter,” said Colleen Minton, festival founder and director.

Also added this year are additional dinners, tasting events, educational classrooms, after parties, chef demos, and a special three-day pass for $425, called The Whole Shebang.

The TerraVita Food & Drink Event takes place Oct. 9-11, featuring signature events like the Southern Harvest Dinner; the Sustainable Classroom; The Carolina Table: East Meets West dinner; and the Grand Tasting on the Green, which this year will feature live chef demonstrations for the first time, alongside tastings from 45 chefs and artisans from across the state.

Guests also enjoy cookbook signings and intimate interaction with chefs, artisans and beverage producers from across the state. The all-inclusive ticket is $75; designated driver tickets are available for $60.

The Whole Shebang ticket provides access to exclusive events including visits with Chefs Kim Floresca and Daniel Ryan of [ONE] Restaurant in Chapel Hill, Howard of Chef and Farmer in Kinston, and Scott Crawford of Standard Foods and Nash Tavern in Raleigh. Lionel Vatinet of Cary’s La Farm Bakery will offer a hands-on bread baking class.

For tickets and more information, visit TerraVitaEvent.com or email info@TerraVitaEvent.com.

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