Wednesday, September 8, 2010

Event: Win FREE tickets to Vintage Crystal

Vintage Crystal is returning on Sunday, September 19, 2:00-6:00 p.m.

All You can Eat and Drink for $20 


You could win a free ticket to Vintage Crystal by simply becoming a Capital Cooking Show fan on Facebook at: 

http://www.facebook.com/capitalcookingshow 
and submitting your favorite wine as a comment to this post.  
Good luck!  We will give away 3 tickets on Tuesday, September 14th that you can pick up at the event.
 
   
The spice is back with more wines, food, music and dancing. Building on last year’s Latin-themed success, Crystal City will once again be serving up tasty tapas, tempting tequila, and a ton of fun.  I went last year and it was a blast! 

While enjoying more than 30 different wines hailing from Spain and South America, visitors to the festival can taste complimentary dishes from local favorites including Cabot Creamery, Café Pizzaiolo, CC Bistro, Domaso, Hamburger Hamlet, Jaleo Crystal City and Wine Shop, King Street Blues, Kora, Lebanese Taverna, Morton’s, Portofino Restaurant, Restaurant Mez, Ruth’s Chris Steak House, Salsa La Glorias, Slice N Dice, Tagolio Pizzeria ; Enoteca and Zpizza.

The Latin flavor doesn’t end with just the food and drink - jazz will fill the air and local Latin American dance groups take the stage. Attendees can join in the fun with Rumba, Salsa, Samba and Cha-Cha-Cha lessons from the Salsa Room.

Need a bigger taste? Experience last year’s fun in this short videohttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fErSDMGYspU&feature=player_embedded


What: Crystal City BID’s fourth annual signature wine-drinking, salsa-dancing, tapa-tasting festival.

Who: 25 local restaurants and over 30 delicious wines from Chile, Argentina and Spain.

Where:  220 20th Street South, Arlington, VA 22202

When:  Sunday, September 19th from 2-6 p.m.

Tickets: Tickets will be available to purchase on-site the day of the event for $20 (CASH ONLY) and include all sips, tastes, twirls and a commemorative wine glass.

Food-only tickets can be purchased for $10 and admission for kids is free.

10 comments:

sarah said...

Kim Crawford Sauvignon Blanc!

capitalcooking said...

Perfect for Summer!

Jen said...

One of my go-to wines is Goats do Roam Red.

Zackie said...

Bodegas Alion 2004 Ribera Del Duero Red Tempranillo Wine

Zackie said...

Bodegas Alion 2004 Ribera Del Duero Red Tempranillo Wine

capitalcooking said...

Contest extended until 9/16 when we will announce the ticket winners. Make sure I have your email to be able to contact you!

Audra said...

Albero Spanish Sparkling White- cheap AND delicious!

capitalcooking said...

Sounds good!

Chad said...

Definitely Franzia, great for in an RV or just a random day at the beach. I also like it when playing golf with my friends or taking in a brisk mountain stroll

Allyson said...

I've been on a Malbec rose kick lately. No particular brand in mind, but generally they're fairly complex and not too sweet, but still really refreshing on a warm day.