Food festivals are truly a gift. They bring so many awesome different foods to one single spot just for us to enjoy. Lucky for us, the Plano Food and Wine Fest is back on October 5th and it is bringing so many awesome things along with it. This is only the second year of the event and they plan on making this year even better than the last. 

The event will feature over 100 wines and have around 20 different food trucks and restaurants for visitors to try. Wine tastings will be $20 for 10 wines and food tickets start at just $5. If you just can’t get enough, you can purchase extra tickets for only $1.50 at the event. There will also be over 60 shops at the event on the off chance you need to look at something other than food.

Some of the restaurants you’ll see at the event include Frios Gourmet Pops, Dallas Primo Quesadillas, and
Tacodeli. There will be wine-related activities such as grape stomping to add to all the fun of the day. But what food event would be complete without music? Throughout the day there will be several musicians on the stage including Mathew Bell and the Next Generation of Kin and Jessica McVey.

Tickets for the event are $40 and are on sale now. The food festival will be from 2 p.m. until 7 p.m. so you’ll have plenty of time to enjoy everything the festival has to offer.

Part of the profits of the food and wine festival will go to the National Breast Cancer Foundation so you'll be enjoying the best eats and drinks while also making a difference in the world. Now that's a win-win situation. 

The Plano Food and Wine Festival will be located at the Shops at Willow Bend on 6121 W Park Blvd Plano, TX 75093. For more information and to purchase tickets, you can visit their website here.

Plano Food And Wine Fest

Price: $40

Address: 6121 W Park Blvd Plano, TX 75093

Why you should go: This awesome festival will feature over 100 wines and more than 20 restaurants for visitors to try out.


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