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Wine and seafood festival set for April 24 in Raleigh

Guests enjoy food and drinks during last year’s Hook + Vine Festival in Raleigh.
Guests enjoy food and drinks during last year’s Hook + Vine Festival in Raleigh. Courtesy of The Wine Feed

The third annual Hook + Vine seafood and wine festival is set for noon-4 p.m. April 24 in downtown Raleigh.

The event is a collaboration between two Raleigh businesses: Locals Seafood, a North Carolina seafood retailer and wholesaler, and The Wine Feed, a retail wine shop and bar on Glenwood South.

The event will take place on a part of Johnson Street off Glenwood Avenue. Chefs from five restaurants will prepare tastings of North Carolina seafood dishes, which will be paired with a wine. The participating restaurants include Centro, Capital Club 16, Provenance and Plates Neighborhood Kitchen, all in Raleigh, and Boiler Room Oyster Bar in Kinston.

Tickets cost $40. VIP tickets are $50, which allow guests to enter the festival one hour earlier and also include a complimentary glass of sparkling wine.

To purchase tickets, go to thewinefeed.com or call 919-374-0036. A portion of ticket sales will be donated to the United Arts Council of Raleigh and Wake County.

For more information on the festival, visit TheWineFeed.com.

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