Caesars Windsor presents the 4th Annual Artilicious, Windsor’s premier local food and art event, inside the Augustus Ballroom on Wednesday, November 29, 2017, in support of the Kidney Foundation of Canada Windsor and District Chapter.
Sample and experience tasty creations from over 20 local restaurants in an all-you-can-eat setting, shop local artisan vendors, enjoy a complimentary McCafe coffee and more!
Artilicious is a re-branding of the Kidney Foundation of Canada Windsor and District Chapter’s popular annual Pasta & Pizza Fest. Changes to this popular and long-standing event include:
Artilicious features a diverse range of local area restaurants to showcase their gastric creations in sampler format. Originally limited to Pasta and Pizza the event now offers a tantalizing diversity of flavours.
Artist and Artisan vendors will showcase our areas local talents. Art will be available for purchase just in time for the holidays.
The event is now an evening / dinner time experience instead of a lunch hour one. Guests will no longer be rushed to get back to work and can enjoy and relax more at the event.
Each year the Annual Pasta & Pizza Fest attracted upwards of 700 attendees in what was formerly a two-hour time period. The first and second annual Artilicious events were just as popular and this year’s event is expected to be even better.
Along with delicious food, dessert and coffee, Artilicious is a great way to spend some time with friends and co-workers or to network. The Windsor Police Services as well as local media celebrities generously volunteer their time to serve the food.
Anyone under the age of 19 attending this event must enter the casino through the McDougall St. entrance.
Tickets details will be released and available for purchase in the near future.
Call To Artists: Submission Deadline Saturday, October 14, 2017. Artilicious Artist Vendor Application Form.
The Kidney Foundation of Canada is people working together for a common cause. Volunteers, individuals living with kidney disease, donors, and staff members — from all walks of life, all across Canada.
Since its creation in 1964, The Kidney Foundation has helped millions of Canadians suffering from kidney failure and related disorders such as hypertension, diabetes, urinary tract infections and kidney stones.