Melt N' Toast at Takk House

melt-n-toast logoAn event called Melt N' Toast -- "the Capital Region's first grilled cheese festival" -- will be at the Takk House in Troy November 18. Blurbage:

Melt N' Toast showcases the Capital Region's culinary and craft beverage landscape, featuring the creativity of local food vendors paired with regional craft beverage producers. Whether it's stacked with classic or artisan ingredients, the combinations are endless, and everyone has their own way of enjoying a grilled cheese sandwich.
Come taste delicious chefs' choice grilled cheese creations, paired with a featured local craft beverage selection, and vote for your best Melt N' Toast combo. Also be ready to Melt N' Groove with live DJ, and win some goodies from the silent auction to bring back home!

Tickets are currently available online. Early birds are $30 -- the tickets include ten samples of grilled cheese, one free beverage, and a souvenir glass. There's also a $70 VIP ticket that includes unlimited grilled cheese samples and open bar.

It's a 21-and-over event.

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