While Bacchus on the Beach promises to deliver tasty food, creative cocktails and live entertainment both Friday and Saturday, this year’s main event, Stone Crab Celebration and Wine Tasting, is sure to be the highlight of the festival.
Tasting stations will provide guests with Florida’s favorite dishes, including an abundant supply of fresh stone crab claws, prepared by Longboat Key Club’s experienced culinary staff. The celebration starts at 5:30 p.m. on Saturday, November 9 at the Beach Festival Tent with tickets set at $200 per person.
The weekend’s Celebration Pass is another ticket option, which also includes attendance to one Vintner Dinner on Friday, Passion of the Pig, and many Festival Demonstrations for $350 per person. This two-day festival benefits the Child Protection Center, a child advocacy center based in Sarasota.
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