Delta Official Airline for Food Network NY Wine and Food Festival

NYC Food and Wine Festival DeltaDelta Air Lines is returning for its third year as the official airline of the Food Network New York Wine and Food Festival.

 

The airline brings tastes from its roster of six consulting chefs to venues throughout the event, including the popular Delta Sky 360 Lounge.

 

The sponsorship is part of Delta’s consistent investment in New York where it has expanded to be one of the city’s largest airlines.

 

Those who visit Delta’s Sky 360 Lounge at The Grand Tasting will have the pleasure of exploring global food and wine offerings, such as:

 

- BusinessElite menu items created by celebrity chef and James Beard Award Winner Michelle Bernstein. Attendees may also create recipe booklets from Bernstein’s menu items

 

- Lobster Sliders made by Chef Michael Lomonaco

 

- Roasted Beet Salad made by Chefs Riad Nasr and Lee Hanson

 

- Mozzarella Panini

 

- Wine and champagne selections from Delta’s Master Sommelier, Andrew Robinson, representing Italy, Argentina, France, Chile, Spain and the U.S.

 

Delta will also sponsor the “Burger Bus” which provides complimentary transportation between Manhattan and Brooklyn for this year’s Burger Bash, and Disco Dim Sum Brunch on October 10.

 

Source: PR Newswire

 

Flickr: nycwineandfood

 

 

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