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Annual Food and Wine Festival on the Outer Banks!

4 Days of Food Drink and Fun, each St. Patrick’s Day weekend, on the Outer Banks of North Carolina. Make plans to join us for the upcoming 2014 Outer Banks Taste of the Beach event on Thursday, March 13th ~ Sunday, March 16th, 2014All 2014 Outer Banks events are posted now, so make your choices and purchase your tickets as soon as you can commit because many events will sell out. The Outer Banks Taste of The Beach Weekend is a fantastic way to sample the fare of several fine restaurants on the Outer Banks in one fun-filled, food-centric weekend! Casual chefs to full-on foodie fanatics will revel in innovative culinary opportunities offered up by members of the Outer Banks Restaurant Association. You can indulge in a fancy wine dinner one night and mix with the masses in an organic farm to fork experience the next. Or maybe an intimate cooking class with one of the area’s world class chefs is more your speed.This fun food festival event features: wine tastings, cooking classes, special menu presentations, brewery tours, tapas crawls, cook-offs, showdowns and throwdowns, dine-arounds and many more culinary delights! It’s four days of foodie heaven and lots of fun activities on the Outer Banks. It involves over 50 restaurants!The Sysco Foods Grand Tasting on Sunday, March 16th, will be the hottest ticket in town with about 25 area restaurants and beverage vendors serving a sampling of original hand prepared foods, fine wines and beers from around North Carolina and the world. Restaurants will be competing for the 5th Annual TOB’y Awards; Best Booth Presentation, Best In Show, Best Outer Banks Catch, and the two top awards, the Chef’s Award and the coveted People’s Choice Award.Many of our events involve alcohol and therefore are 21+ only (although some do not, so make your choices according to your personal preferences.) We respectfully remind you not to drink and drive. Designate a sober driver or simply call one of the many cab companies while here. A $20 cab fare will usually get you where you need to go.
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Kathleen Argiroff

Kathleen relocated to the Outer Banks of North Carolina with her husband and three children in 1989 from the Philadelphia and Stone Harbor, NJ areas. One of her greatest pleasures is introducing peopl....

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