6th Annual Uncorked & Uncapped: Wine, Beer, and Food Fest

Uncorked and Uncapped is New Jersey's must-attend wine, beer, spirits, and food-tasting event. Vendors in Essex County and throughout the state of New Jersey donate their time and tastings to support this community cause, enhancing the event experience for more than 350 attendees. Be adventurous and taste exotic drinks and unique cuisine that you otherwise wouldn’t. In addition to sampling unique vendor fare, the event features live entertainment, a silent auction, a 50/50 raffle, and more! All proceeds benefit The Arc of Essex County and the children and adults with Autism, Down syndrome, and other intellectual and developmental disabilities we serve. Visit www.uncorkedanduncapped.com for more information and to view this year's vendors.

Contact Information
  1. Maria Meizoso
  2. 973-535-1181 x1227
  3. mmeizoso@arcessex.org
Thu, October 03
6:30 pm — 9:30 pm
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Uncorked and Uncapped is New Jersey's must-attend wine, beer, spirits, and food-tasting event. Vendors in Essex County and throughout the state of New Jersey donate their time and tastings to support this community cause, enhancing the event experience for more than 350 attendees. Be adventurous and taste exotic drinks and unique cuisine that you otherwise wouldn’t. In addition to ...

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