Already, you say? The answer is yes, it's already time to start planning for one of the highlights of the culinary year, the Devoured Food and Wine Classic.
Mark your calendar for December 1, when tickets go on sale to the general public and then mark it again for March 1 and 2 -- because you don't want to miss this event.
Devoured 2014 will be held in the Dorrance Sculpture Garden at the Phoenix Art Museum on Saturday, March 1, and Sunday, March 2. General admission will be be 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on both days.
General admission to the event includes food and wine tastings, as well as admission to the Phoenix Art Museum. VIP tickets include admission to the festival an hour before general admission starts, access to a VIP lounge and exclusive wine tastings and chef demonstrations.
Advance ticket sales for the public begin on December 1 and will run through December 15. The pricing will be as follows:
- PhxArt Museum Member, $70
- General Public, $80
- Two Day PAM Member, $120
- Two Day General Public, $140
- VIP ticket, per day, $150
General ticket sales will start on December 16 and will continue until the event sells out (and it will sell out). Those prices will be:
- PhxArt Museum Member, $80
- General Public, $90
- Two Day PAM Member, $140
- Two Day General Public, $160
- VIP Ticket, per day, $150
If you're a Phoenix Art Museum member, tickets will be on sale from November 15 to November 30.
Tickets are on-refundable and non-exchangeable. A $3 service fee will apply to general ticket sales, including on the phone. Tickets are available for purchase online.
View the complete list of participating restaurants below.
J's Fine Foods Brat Haus Café at Phoenix Public Market Cafe Lalibela Cartwright's Sonoran Ranch House Chelsea's Kitchen CIBO Espresso Italia Fabulous Food Catering and Events Gertrude's at the Desert Botanical Gardens La Grande Orange Grocery & Pizzeria Last Drop at the Hermosa Little Cleo's Seafood Legend Lizzy's Sweets N' Treats Los Sombreros Maizie's Café & Bistro Metropolis Milagro Grill North Italian Farmhouse NutWhats Otro Cafe Overland Trout Pizza People Pub Proper Province Restaurant at the Westin Phoenix Downtown Roka Akor Rusconi's American Kitchen Searsucker Scottsdale Sierra Bonita Grill & Catering Sochu House T. Cook's at Royal Palms Resort Taggia at Firesky The Vig Tonto Bar & Grill Urban Cookies Virtu Whoopie Baking Company
Atlas Bistro Barrio Café Barrio Queen Beckett's Table Bliss / ReBAR Citizen Public House / The Gladly Crudo Different Pointe of View at Tapatio Cliffs District American Kitchen & Wine Bar Elote Espressions Coffee Roastery Federal Pizza Fez Restaurant Four Seasons Resort Scottsdale Gallo Blanco Café Green Vegetarian / nami Hana Japanese Eatery House of Tricks Restaurant Hula's Modern Tiki J & G Steakhouse Joyride Taco House Kai at Wild Horse Pass Palette at Phoenix Art Museum Petite Maison Phoenix City Grille Postino Winecafe Relish Burger Bistro at the Phoenician Shine Coffee Short Leash Hot Dogs Southern Rail St. Francis Sweet Republic Switch Restaurant & Wine Bar Tammie Coe Cakes Tertio Wine Bar / Urban Beans The Breadfruit & Rum Bar The Parlor Pizzeria Tuck Shop / Astor House / Vovomeena Windsor / Churn
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