Here’s the Full List of Restaurants at Next Week’s Philadelphia Wine Festival

Forty lucky VIP ticketholders will get a taste of one bottle with an $850 price tag.

Philadelphia Wine Festival

Philadelphia Wine Festival

It’s almost time for the 2017 Philadelphia Wine Festival — your chance to taste your way through more than 500 wines and delicious Philly bites at Lincoln Financial Field on May 5th.

In addition to the chance to taste hundreds of quality wines, attendees will have access to expert winemakers ready to share their knowledge. VIP perks include early entry (for an extra 90 minutes of bacchanalia) and the chance to win a “golden ticket” that entitled you to a sample of Penfolds Grange, which runs a cool $849.99 per bottle.

A Fine Wine & Good Spirits pop-up store will be on site so that you can take some of your favorite bottles home. And those of you who are Motown fans as well as oenophiles have an extra-special treat in store: music legend Smokey Robinson will be on hand signing purchased bottles of his wines, a cabernet sauvignon and a riesling just released by Pittsburgh’s Enginehouse 25 Wines.

Ticket sales stop the day of the fest at 12 p.m. and none will be sold at the door, so be sure to plan in advance. Take a look at the list of participating restaurants below, peep the seven-page list of all the wines that will be flowing at the event, and then get your tickets here.

2016 Wine & Food Festival Restaurant Lineup

Andale Latino Grill
Barry’s Buns
Café Lava
Cheu Noodle Bar/Bing Bing Dim Sum
Cynful Bliss
Hungry Pigeon
Insomnia Cookies
Laurel/ITV (VIP)
Mainland Inn
PS & Co.
Revolution Taco
Scarpetta (VIP)
Termini Brothers
Zuzu Confections

Philadelphia Wine Festival [Official]