Taste Talks Brooklyn FAQ 2016

 

Are tickets and passes available at the door?

Tickets and passes are available only in advance by purchasing them online. To purchase tickets and passes, click here.

 

Where do I pick up my Conference Pass, Food Enthusiast Pass or Kitchen-Sink Pass?

VIP Kitchen Sink Passes:

Option 1: Pick it up at this Friday’s Sean Brock & Mission Chinese Food’s Lowcountry Boil, Presented by OpenTable. The party is from 8:00pm to 10:00pm at the Esh rooftop in Williamsburg at 98 N. 6th Street.

Option 2: Pick it up at Festival HQ - The Wythe Hotel Courtyard - located at 80 Wythe Ave, Brooklyn. Festival HQ is open on Saturday, September 10 and Sunday, September 11 from 9:00am to 6:00pm daily.

 

Food Enthusiast Passes:

You can pick up your pass at Festival HQ - The Wythe Hotel Courtyard - located at 80 Wythe Ave, Brooklyn. Festival HQ is open on Saturday, September 10 and Sunday, September 11 from 9:00am to 6:00pm daily.

 

Conference Passes:

You can pick up your pass at Festival HQ - The Wythe Hotel Courtyard - located at 80 Wythe Ave, Brooklyn. Festival HQ is open on Saturday, September 10 from 9:00am to 6:00pm.

 

Mother of Pearl Tickets:

No need to bring a printed ticket, your name will be on the list at the door. Please do bring a valid photo ID.

 

All-Star BBQ Tickets:

To enter, please bring a printed copy of your ticket or have your ticket available on your smartphone.

 

Press Passes:

You can pick up your pass at Festival HQ - The Wythe Hotel Courtyard - located at 80 Wythe Ave, Brooklyn. Festival HQ is open on Saturday, September 10 and Sunday, September 11 from 9:00am to 6:00pm daily.

 

Do I need to print my ticket if I’m attending a single event?

If you are attending the All-Star BBQ, please either print your ticket or have your ticket available on your smartphone.

If you are attending the Opening Party, Closing Party or Mother of Pearl dinner, you do not need to bring a ticket. Your name will be on a list at the door. Please bring a photo ID to all events.

 

Where and when are the festival events?

Please see the full schedule of events, with dates, time and locations, here.

 

How do I get to the festival?

All festival locations are easily accessible by public transportation or car.

The closest subway stops are the Bedford stop on the L line or the Nassau stop on the G line.

If you are driving to the festival, street parking and public garages are available.

*Reserve Discounted Parking for All-Star BBQ*

We recommend reserving your All-Star BBQ parking spot in advance withSpotHero, a parking reservation service that helps drivers find and book parking online! To find and reserve your spot today, visit the All-Star BBQ SpotHero Parking Page or download the iPhone|Android app to book your spot from your phone! New to SpotHero? Enter promo code ALLSTAR at checkoutfor an extra $5 off parking!

 

Do you grant access to press?

We sure do!

For Taste Talks Brooklyn inquiries, please contact skraut@baltzco.com.

 

Can I bring my kid?

Future Food Expo is open to all ages.

The All-Star BBQ is free for kids 5 years and younger. Kids 6 years and older must hold a ticket.

The Conference is open to anyone 16 years or older. All attendees regardless of age must have a pass to attend the conference.

All other events are 21+ only. 

 

Let’s be friends!

You can find us on Twitter, Facebook & Instagram.  Our hashtag is #tastetalks.

 

Need more info?

Feel free to contact us at hello@tastetalks.com.