Plano Food and Wine Festival returns this October

Fleming's Prime Steakhouse and Wine Bar will be one of the restaurants available at the Plano Food and Wine Festival. Photo by Jennifer Shertzer.
The 6th Annual Plano Food and Wine Festival is near, with 15 restaurants, hundreds of wine tasting options and culinary demonstrations.

Plano’s 6th Annual Food and Wine Festival is back this October 21 from 12-6 p.m. with gourmet delights, fine wines and live entertainment at Legacy West.

On October 21, from 12-4 p.m., attendees with a food pass will provide options from local restaurants Lombardi Cucina Italiana, Toulouse Cafe and Bar, Taverna Pizzeria & Risotteria, KĀI Restaurant & Lounge, Flemings Steakhouse, Shake Shack, Fogo De Chao, Loro, Truluck’s, Tommy Bahama, Rotolo’s Craft and Crust, North Italia, Ford’s Garage, Bavette Grill, Moxie’s Plano and Haywire.

Each restaurant will also be battling for the Plano Food and Wine Festival People’s Choice Award, which will be announced at 4:15 p.m.

Those that purchase wine tasting tickets will receive 20 wine tasting tickets and a signature Plano Food and Wine Festival glass.

But food and drinks don’t a festival make. Throughout the evening, the Lombardi Family Concepts’ Culinary Experience Stage will feature Lombardi chefs in various culinary demonstrations. Local vendors and the Park Place bubbly photobooth will also be available.

Attendees can also purchase a VIP pass, which includes 20 wine tasting events, the signature wine glass, a food tasting pass and access to the VIP experience area located on the Tommy Bahama patio.

Food, drink and VIP tickets are on sale online now, with wine passes for $45, food passes for $55, combo passes for $80 and VIP passes for $125.

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