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April 5, 2017
Eat and Drink Festival
Cakes galore will be among the attractions at Eat and Drink Festival in SEC Glasgow, 26-29 May.

There is a new food and drink event in Glasgow. And guess what? We are running a Big Deal on tickets for the Eat and Drink Festival.

Taking place alongside the Ideal Home Show Scotland, the new Eat and Drink Festival comes to the SEC Glasgow for the first time from Friday 26th to Monday 29th May 2017.

The new festival brings together artisan producers, chefs and food vendors to showcase the latest flavours and food trends.

Eat and Drink Festival has something for everyone, from those who might already be a dab hand in the kitchen to budding chefs keen to learn the basics.

Eat and Drink festival highlights

The show’s fresh ingredients include highlights such as:

The Chef’s Table – serving a specially created menu made up of favourites from the show’s street vendors.

The Foodie Lab – featuring live demonstrations from top chefs, foodie favourites and experts.

The Great Eat – a selection of the world’s best flavours, selected by the country’s celebrated street food visionaries.

Artisan Producers Market – showcasing the freshest selection of food and drink products for shopping and sampling.

The Drinks Station – offers creative cocktails, distinctive wines, beers and spirits, paired with the valuable knowledge and insight of Scotland’s top mixologists.

Big Deal on Food and Drink Festival entry

We are currently running a 5pm Big Deal on pairs of tickets to the Eat and Drink Festival.

Two people can enjoy day passes to the festival for £13. Bag ’em here.

Two shows under one roof

Of course, Eat and Drink Festival tickets also give access to the Ideal Home Show Scotland.

Rob Nathan, Group Marketing Director at Media 10 said: ‘From artisan food and wine tasting, to live cooking demos from the country’s top chefs, the new Eat and Drink Festival will highlight the best of Scottish food and drink.

‘The new format gives visitors the very best of both homes and all things food related, meaning visitors get two shows for the price of one – all under one roof.’

Eat and Drink Festival
Learn new skills from the Chef’s Table at Eat and Drink Festival. Pic: Bircan Tulga Photography