Feeds to Follow: What We Can’t Wait to Eat and Drink at Edible Escape

Our annual all-you-can-eat-and-drink event returns on October 20 with a delicious lineup.

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Dozens of food and drink vendors will join us on Thursday, October 20. Photo credit: Clay Williams.

Next week, Edible Escape returns. It will be taking place at the gorgeous Angel Orsensanz Foundation on Thursday, October 20th, and the lineup is impressive.

You can see the full menu, which is being added to daily, but here are some bites and sips we’re especially looking forward to:

Streets

The wings from Streets in Williamsburg, doused in South African peri peri sauce made from chilies, citrus and herbs, are a very special dish.

Bira 91

Blonde or white? @newyorkerpromo #TNYTechFest #bira91 #bebira #bira❤️nyc #thenewyorker

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Bira 91 brews delicious beers. They’re based in New Delhi, and their white ale and blond lager are undeniably delicious—and, in the spirit of Escape, crafted with international ingredients.

Loire Valley Wines

It's #NationalAppleMonth! Celebrate with the appley notes of a #LoireValleyWines Chenin Blanc – sweet or dry!

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Loire Valley Wines, based in “the heart of France,” will be pouring six varieties, including a Crémant de Loire, Chateau Moncontour Brut, Rosé, NV and Savennières, Chateau d’Epiré, 2014.

Orwasher’s

It’s no secret that we’re huge fans of the century-old bakery, so we are definitely looking forward to sampling their miche, levain locale, rustica and spelt loaves, as well as their buckwheat baguette.

Esperanto NY

We’re getting a taste of Brazil this year via East Village restaurant Esperanto NY, who will be serving up plantain-crusted warmed goat cheese medallions on a bed of sautéed leeks.

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Alicia Kennedy is a Long Island–born, Brooklyn-based food writer and recipe developer.