SShhh…Montclair Food & Wine Festival Presents The Speakeasy

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Their last event, BBQ, Bourbon and Biergarten, was a blast!

Now Montclair Food & Wine Festival presents The Speakeasy, a clandestine affair set in the grandeur of the Wellmont Theater, on Saturday, January 28. Reminiscent of the Prohibition Era, the evening will intertwine illicit libations coordinated by Amanti Vino, fine culinary bites from more than 20 area restaurants, and the sultry sound of Trent Armand Kendall + Brass Illusion.

Participating restaurants and food purveyors include Mish Mish, Montclair Bread Company, Oh My Cod, Plum on Park, South + Pine, Spice Thai II, Turtle + The Wolf, Villalobos, Vital Dining, Ani Ramen, Ariane Kitchen & Bar, B London, Bluff City BBQ, Brick Lane, Dolce Federica, Fascino , Happy Harvest Hydroponic Farms, Knowles Family Restaurants, Miss Nicky’s Gourmet Toffee and Laurel & Sage.

Guests are encouraged to dress in period costume! The Speakeasy is a benefit for Intensive Therapeutics and the Montclair High School DIGS. For more info click here.

VIP Entry $187
6:30 pm – 10 pm

General Admission $97
7:30 pm – 10 pm

Buy tickets here.


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