This Friday marks the first day of the 3rd Annual Food Book Fair and as we said before, this year’s lineup sounds great. There will be a small homebrewers festival, an amazing To Kill A Mockingbird-themed dinner from Egg, a Foodie Zine festival, a thorough discussion of the umami phenomenon and tons of other highlights. In all, the fair has outdone itself this year.
For those of you who can’t make it, though, there is a smidgen of good news: the Food Book Fair bookstore at the Wythe Hotel is already open to the public and you don’t need a ticket to check it out.
The bookstore features a breadth of publications including a new book from the owners of Ample Hills Creamery, The Brooklyn Chef’s Table from our very own food editor, Sarah Zorn, copies of food magazines like Lucky Peach and Graze and plenty of guides to upping your drinking game including a treasure entitled The Audacity of Hops. Here’s the full list.
Doors will be open every day from 10:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. through Sunday, April 27 and for those of you who can make it, tickets to individual events can be purchased here.
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