High-roller alert: Tickets for Aspen Food & Wine Classic on sale now
No time like now, just four days before Christmas, for those of you blessed with holiday bonuses to blow some of that wad on tickets to the annual Aspen Food & Wine Classic, one of the biggest culinary blowouts of the year.Tickets went on sale last week for the three-day feedbag, which comes down June 19-21 and costs a mere $1,085 before March 15. Miss that deadline, and you'll dish out $1,185 -- and that, by the way, is per person. In the event that you want to spring for a "Green Pass," which gets you more friends and benefits, don't forget to wrap one for me, too.
It's by no means a cheap date, but if you fancy hobnobbing and handshaking with the likes of Danny Meyer, Rick Bayless, Mario Batali, Giada De Laurentiis, Thomas Keller, David Chang, Jacques Pepin and first-timers Art Smith and Tim Love, a hot chef from Texas, then buy your tickets now; the Classic sells out every year. You can see a slideshow from this year's Classic here.
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