Ok, I really like this play on words! Travis back with some Tampa Bay entertainment options for everyone. Tampa Theatre’s ninth annual movie-themed, boutique wine event Midnight in the Vineyard of Good & Evil, kicks off this Friday.
The Southern-themed festival showcasing independent restaurants and select wineries will feature as its backdrop the 1997 thriller Midnight in the Garden of Good & Evil on the big screen. This fundraiser will benefit the Theatre’s artistic and educational programs as well as its ongoing restoration.
Friday, Sept. 24 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.: Wine Pairing Dinner at Mise En Place; Tickets are $195 and include admission to the Premium & Grand Tastings at Tampa Theatre on Saturday, Sept 25. Tickets for the wine pairing must be purchased in advance.
Saturday, Sept. 25 from 7:00 to 8:00 p.m.: Premium Tasting at Tampa Theatre; Tickets are $85 in advance and include admission to the Grand Tasting ($100 day of event if available)
Saturday, Sept. 25 from 8:00 to 10:00 pm.: Grand Tasting at Tampa Theatre; Tickets are $50 in advance ($65 day of event if available).
Once again Tampa Theatre has selected all local independent restaurants to participate, including Bern’s Steak House, The Cupcake Spot, Donatello, Ella’s Folk Art Café, Mangroves, Michael’s 717 South, The NoHo Bistro, Park Square Cellar, The Refinery, and Viktoria Richards Chocolates. Mise en Place will be the exclusive restaurant for the wine pairing dinner.
Tickets are on sale now at www.TampaTheatreWinefest.Org, so log on now and make sure you make it out.
And we'll see you back here for more things to do in Tampa Bay and other Tampa Bay area events.