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Tickets on sale for Gig Harbor Wine and Food Festival in July

Post by Sue Kidd / The News Tribune on Feb. 21, 2014 at 2:21 pm | No Comments »
February 21, 2014 2:22 pm

This just in from the Gig Harbor Wine and Food Festival people –

THE 4TH ANNUAL GIG HARBOR WINE & FOOD FESTIVAL IS PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THAT MULTIPLE AWARD-WINNING CHEF TOM DOUGLAS, OWNER OF MANY SEATTLE RESTAURANTS, INCLUDING ETTA’S, WILL BE THE CELEBRITY CHEF

Gig Harbor, WA – Chef Tom Douglas, recipient of the James Beard Award for Best Northwest Chef will be center stage at the 2014 Festival. This year, the festival will be held on the grounds of the Harbor History Museum along Gig Harbor’s historic downtown waterfront on Saturday, July 26, 2014.

KIRO Radio’s Seattle Kitchen Show, will record on-site during the festival. Seattle Kitchen is a foodie’s dream as chefs Tom Douglas and Thierry Rautureau review the Puget Sound’s best restaurants and hot spots, delight listeners with recipes based on a special weekly ingredient, and answer listeners’ burning culinary quandaries.

“We are absolutely delighted to have Tom Douglas on board this year as our celebrity chef,” said Gig Harbor’s Downtown Waterfront Alliance President, Gary Glein. “And to have KIRO broadcast is a real plus.”

Chef Favio Viviani, a Top Chef Fan Favorite, as well as Café Juanita owner and multiple award-winning Chef Holly Smith have been Celebrity Chefs at the Gig Harbor Wine & Food Festival.

The Gig Harbor Wine & Food Festival, this year co-sponsored by the Gig Harbor Downtown Waterfront Alliance and the Rotary Club of Gig Harbor, was recognized with the 2011 Outstanding Achievement in Promotion Award, given by the Washington State Main Street Program as part of their Excellence on Main Awards. This year’s festival promises to be the best by far.

More info here: harborwineandfoodfest.com

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