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Wednesday, September 2, 2015

10th Annual Fabulous Food Show Comes to Cleveland in November

Posted By on Wed, Sep 2, 2015 at 12:57 PM

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The Fabulous Food Show turns 10 this year and plans to celebrate in style with a lineup of celebrity chefs, interactive demonstrations, and, of course, plenty of enticing eats.

The Cleveland I-X Center announced this morning that the three day fest will take place Nov. 13-15 and will be headlined by Cleveland's own Michael Symon, as well as Cake Boss' Buddy Valastro, Chopped's Aaron Sanchez, and Top Chef's Gail Simmons to name a few.



Billed as "America's largest presentation of fine food, fine art, breweries, wineries, restaurants, and purveyors all under one roof," the show really is something to see if you've never been. Last year alone, the weekend-long event brought in nearly 30,000 attendees and this year's lineup is supposed to draw even bigger crowds.

New on the docket is a happy hour with Gail Simmons, food truck gatherings and demonstrations with northeast Ohio's most beloved mobile eateries, a "Concert in the Kitchen" with guest musicians the Samples, and a even a gospel brunch presented by the House of Blues.

Boatloads of other culinary-themed activities will be going on all weekend long, so do check out the full lineup here. Tickets go on sale to the public at noon on Friday, Sept. 4. 

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