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200 Club of Bergen County Announces First Annual Bergen County Food & Wine Festival

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PARAMUS - The 200 Club of Bergen County, a not for profit in support of local police, firefighters, emergency services and their families, will host Bergen County’s largest culinary showcase, The Bergen County Food & Wine Festival, this month under tents at the Westfield Garden State Plaza, Paramus, parking lot.

The event will be held over two days, 12-5 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 16. “Burgers & Brews” will be the focus, with a burger competition featuring some of Bergen County’s best known burgers, as well as a few sleepers. While sampling and voting for the best burger, guests will sample wines, spirits, and beers sourced locally, domestically and imported.

The event continues 1-6 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 17. “The Tasting Village” will shine a spotlight on over 70 of Bergen County’s best restaurants, allowing them to offer samples of their fare and make their mark on the community, while guests once again spend the day sampling different wines, spirits and beers. 

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Inserra Supermarkets is the Presenting Sponsor of the Bergen County Food & Wine Festival. 

For More Information, visit www.bergencountyfoodandwine.com 

Contact: Brandon Goldstein
Email: brandon@bmgmarketing.com
Phone: 201-321-4379

 

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