If you like to spend an evening sampling small bites of delicious food from area restaurants and drinking beer from more than a dozen local brewers, then you won’t want to miss the Brewer’s Plate on March 13, 2011. This is the 7th Fair Food fundraiser to be held in this fashion and with more than 50 restaurants, breweries and distilleries participating, it is not to be missed.
Taking place at the Penn Museum, the Brewer’s Plate allows you three to four hours (depending on your ticket level) of unlimited access to food and drink. This year, they’re expanding the event to include a speakeasy downstairs in lower Eygpt, a variety of sweets and chocolates and a VIP tent set up in the Warren Garden.
Tickets are $45 for non-drinkers, $65 for general admission and $125 for access to the VIP tent. Make sure to buy your tickets now, as those general admission tickets will go up to $75 per person on March 1. Do note that this is a 21+ only event and that parents are asked to leave their little ones at home with a babysitter.