The New York Coffee Festival
NYC offers an entire event devoted to coffee. At the New York Coffee Festival, you can drink amazing coffee, listen to music, and enjoy art (and not just in the form of lattes). If you’re a coffee-lover, you can’t miss this!
You don’t have to travel to Germany to experience Oktoberfest. Oktoberfest in NYC starts in mid-September and continues most weekends through October. The event is free to attend, but you will need to RSVP ahead of time.
The Big Chocolate Show NYC
Who doesn’t love chocolate? In September each year, the Resorts World Casino puts on the Big Chocolate Show. At this event, you can participate in chocolate tastings and spirits sampling while checking out live demonstrations. Proceeds from every ticket purchased are donated to research for childhood cancer.
If you’re a fan of cider, Cider Week is a can’t-miss event. You’ll find cider weeks in multiple locations around New York, including NYC. Cider Week NYC takes place in November and is a nine-day event celebrated at bars, restaurants, and bottle shops across the city.
NYC Food and Wine Festival
What could be better than a food and wine festival in NYC? Presented by the Food Network and the Cooking Channel, the NYC Food and Wine Festival is likely the biggest “foodie” event you’ll ever attend. You’ll experience some of the best food and wine from around the world and to make it better— 100% of the proceeds benefit go to charity!
With all these intriguing activities happening in New York City this Fall, you won’t have any trouble finding something to do on the weekends!