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Yoga, Brunch, and More at Gourmet on Gore

The annual Labor Day weekend culinary festival in Vail is once again upon us! Gourmet on Gore is an open-air tasting with world-class wine, beer and spirits paired with culinary delights from Vail’s top restaurants. The event offers free admission and a variety of additional pairing events including a Tasting Tour benefiting Vail Veterans Program to kick things off on Friday, September 2. New this year, world-renowned artist Anton Arkhipov created the featured art that reflects the inviting atmosphere of Gourmet on Gore and Vail, Colorado.

Don’t miss events:

Gourmet on Gore Tasting Tour
Friday, September 2
Enjoy a progressive evening around town to enjoy some of Vail's finest restaurants and hotspots for the perfect start to the Gourmet on Gore weekend. Each location will include a signature beverage as well as savory hors d’oeuvres to keep your taste buds happy. This special evening benefits the Vail Veterans Program. Space is limited.

Summertime Community Yoga, presented by Vail Vitality Center
Saturday, September 3
FREE, fun community yoga, rain or shine! Rejuvenate your body before all of the day's culinary action with this yoga instruction from Vail’s top instructors from The Vitality Center! Bring your mat, water, sunscreen, and as many friends as you’d like.

Brunch off Bridge Street
Monday, September 5
The event carries through the Labor Day Holiday for a special Brunch off Bridge Street on Monday from 10am-3pm.  Toast to a fabulous weekend with bubbly, fresh mimosas and savory bloody marys in addition to a variety of culinary delights and much more set under the picturesque Gore Range in downtown Vail. The wine, beer and spirit pairings will continue with a variety of Vail Valley restaurants.

Visit www.gourmetongore.com for more information about tickets and events. Spend your Labor Day weekend in Vail surrounded by beautiful views and delicious food!


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