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Pork & Vine Festival set for Nov. 8 in Raleigh

Wyatt Dickson, left, of Pig Whistle, and Ben Adams, right, prepare samples of their BBQ, during the annual 2015 Farm to Fork Picnic in Hurdle Mills, N.C., Sunday, June 7, 2015. Dickson and Adams are partnering with Green Button Farms to form Picnic, a BBQ restaurant to open in fall 2015 in Durham, N.C. They will be cooking at the Pork & Vine Festival on Nov. 8 in Raleigh.
Wyatt Dickson, left, of Pig Whistle, and Ben Adams, right, prepare samples of their BBQ, during the annual 2015 Farm to Fork Picnic in Hurdle Mills, N.C., Sunday, June 7, 2015. Dickson and Adams are partnering with Green Button Farms to form Picnic, a BBQ restaurant to open in fall 2015 in Durham, N.C. They will be cooking at the Pork & Vine Festival on Nov. 8 in Raleigh. Sara D. Davis

The Wine Feed store is hosting a Nov. 8 fundraiser for Stop Hunger Now, a Raleigh-based hunger relief agency with global reach.

The Raleigh wine shop is partnering with Green Button Farm and these restaurants: Picnic, Kimbap, Plates Neighborhood Kitchen and Oak City Meatball Shoppe. The restaurant chefs will be serving pork dishes in small plates. The dishes will be paired with wines chosen by The Wine Feed’s staff.

The event is from noon-4 p.m. Nov. 8. VIP tickets for $50 get you in at noon. Or you can pay $40 to enter at either 1 p.m. or 2 p.m.

Purchase tickets at thewinefeed.com/pork-and-vine-2015/ or call 919-374-0036.

The store is at 602 Glenwood Ave., Raleigh.

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