Auburn's Inaugural Food and Wine Festival


Auburn's Inaugural Food and Wine Festival

Emma Raby
Auburn-Opelika Tourism

Auburn's inaugural Food and Wine Festival will be held on June 22, 2019, at Twenty-One Acres. The event, benefiting the Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Lee County, is sure to be one to remember!

The Food & Wine Festival is focused on connecting the community through food, wine, and fellowship in hopes to raise awareness, funds, and to encourage the campaign of The Boys & Girls Clubs of the Greater Lee County.

The festival is in part, under the direction of local chef and caterer, Christine Healey. Christine, the owner of Christine's Unlimited, has been a well-known chef in the Auburn-Opelika area for over 20 years. With her guidance, the festival has curated a desirable list of participants that rivals larger festivals. 

With 30 tasting tables and 20 restaurants at the event, the Food and Wine Festival will have a multitude of culinary opportunities for everyone to experience. Many local restaurants will be present at the festival, including Bow & Arrow, Acre, Lucy's, Amsterdam CafeThe Hound, and The Depot. For a full list of participants, including beverage providers, click here.

Twenty-One Acres is located at 5505 Wire Road in Auburn. Driving into Twenty-One Acres, a scenic driveway will lead you to to a beautiful venue that features a spectacular backyard with a sparkling pool, poolside bar, and an open, green field. No need to fear the heat! Twenty-One Acres has a large covered pavilion with fans. The venue will add event tents adjacent to the pavilion to accommodate the entertainment and tables.

Enjoy a stroll around the festival while listening to live music entertainment from Graham Harper and Ben Sutton Band and taking in the delicious smells. 

General admission tickets are $105 or $55 for food only. Tickets can be purchased online now until June 22. 


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