Dates Announced for 2018 Swan and Dolphin Food & Wine Classic

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The Swan and Dolphin Food & Wine Classic will return in 2018 for its ninth year and tickets are already available.

Like drinking and eating? The Swan and Dolphin Food & Wine Classic offers guest the opportunity to dine at over 60 stations, featuring eats from the hotel’s award-winning restaurants. A selection of wines from around the world will be offered to pair with the array of dished, and taking place at the hotel’s causeway will be a lineup of entertainment to set the tone for the event.

The event will take place on Friday, October 26 and Saturday, the 27. On Sunday, October 28, the Sunday Bubbles Brunch will be held. For an additional fee, guests will be able attend special seminars and enjoy Octoberfest-cuisine along with the chefs of hotels and certified beverage experts. To purchase tickets or book overnight packages for the event, head on cover to www.SwanDolphinFoodandWineClassic.com. Overnight packages can also be booked by calling the number 1-888-828-8850.

One-night packages start at $445, and include room accommodations and two tickets to the outdoor festival

Two-night packages start at $865, and include room accommodations and two tickets to the outdoor festival for both nights

 

Next October is a while away, but to hold you over here are a bunch of photos of what you can expect from the event:

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