Kirkland Uncorked Festival

Kirkland Uncorked is Washington’s summer food and wine festival, a weekend-long culinary classic and an iconic fixture in the northwest epicurean landscape. Taking place July 17-19, 2015 in scenic Marina Park (25 Lakeshore Plaza Dr), the festival, benefitting Homeward Pet Adoption, features wines from world-class Washington wineries, bite-sized feasts from notable Eastside restaurants, and appearances from the Northwest’s most prestigious celebrity chefs and culinary personalities. 

The festival is split into two parts, a 21+ Tasting Garden and an all ages Street Fair. The Tasting Garden features wine tasting, grilling demonstrations, live music, a Friday Burger Brawl and a Saturday Grill-Off. The Street features a Boat Show, the Uncorked Market, the CityDog Dog Modeling Contest, and a Sunday Food Truck Feast. Festival Hours & Address

Street Fair Hours:

Friday, July 18: 2pm-8pm
Saturday, July 19: 11am-8pm
Sunday, July 20: 11am-6pm

Festival Address: 25 Lake Shore Plaza Dr., Kirkland, WA 9803

July 19, 2015 at 12pm - July 21, 2015
Marina Park
25 Lakeshore Plaza Dr
Kirkland, WA 98033
United States
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