Java Time in Atlantic City
Introducing … The Atlantic City Coffee & Tea Festival
Atlantic City will soon welcome an array of international teas and coffees from around the world at its the inaugural Atlantic City Coffee and Tea Festival in November. Tourists and local residents will have the opportunity to sample unique flavors and aromas of their favorite hot beverages.
Regularly held in New York City and produced by Starfish Junction Productions, the festival is planned to impress with a large selection of vendors, entertainment, and educational seminars. As the Jersey shore readies for its normally cold winter, its visitors will be well prepared with lots of warm tea, delicious coffee, and the sounds of the soothing oceanfront. There will be an endless of amount of activities and excitement for visitors to experience.
Hosted by Bally’s Atlantic City, this event is sure to please avid tea and coffee drinkers. Its success in New York City has lead to the festival’s debut in Atlantic City. In fact, The 7th Annual Coffee and Tea Festival in New York City completely sold out at around 5,000 tickets this year in Manhattan.
“It is exactly this kind of event that will be of interest to those visiting and those who live near Atlantic City,” says Jon Henderson, director of marketing partnerships & business development for Caesars Entertainment.
The Atlantic City Coffee and Tea Festival will be held on Saturday, Nov. 3 and Sunday, Nov. 4, at Bally’s. Tickets go on sale in June and are $20 per person. Each ticket will include the sampling of beverages and tasty treats. Classes, and seminars related to the industry will also be available. Some workshops will require early registration and material fees. Free gifts will be given to the first 1000 people on both days. — Shana Vanegas