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Ready for Austin's 3rd Annual Food and Wine Festival

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Butler Park and Republic Square Park once again opens its arms to the more than 20,000 foodies who share the passion of great eats and drinks! April 25, 2014 is the official first day of an amazing 3 day festival where local and national culinary experts will share their talents with Austin. There are still a number of good tickets and packages to be purchased through the official Austin Food and Wine Festival website. They have reported a record 350 tickets sold in the first hour that sales began.

2014 marks the 3rd annual Food and Wine Festival through the Austin Food and Wine Alliance, formerly known as the Hill Country Food and Wine Festival which catered to the unique Austin pallet for 26 years. Through collaborations with the internationally known Food and Wine Magazine the festival has secured celebrity chefs like Tyson Cole 2012, Marcus Samuelsson 2013, and this year we invite Graham Elliot to get weird in Austin!

If you are planning to come down and join in the festival activities, here are a couple of key addresses:

Butler Park

1000 Barton Springs Rd, 78704

Republic Square Park

422 Guadalupe St., 78701

Be sure to check back here to get the best shots from Hope Green Photography showing just how weird Austinites can get with their food!!

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