Chefs For Farmers Mix-Off Sept 15, 2013

standard pourby Steven Doyle

*** Alert *** We hear there are just a few spots left to reserve. This is a free event, so email them now.

Chefs for Farmer’s (CFF) hosts the annual Mix-Off event to kick off the 2013 culinary festival at Standard Pour, sponsored by Beam and Patron using Beam’s Makers Mark and Patron’s Pyrat Rum.

Seven of Dallas’ most talented bartenders take a stand behind the bar at The Standard Pour where each compete to create the signature cocktail for the Chefs For Farmers culinary festival.

The first 100 guests who RSVP to attend serve as judges for the competition.  Each guest judge is provided with a sample of each cocktail, and cast votes for their favorite.  The cocktail that receives the most votes will be announced by last year’s Mix-Off winner Abe Bedell of Belly and Trumpet, and featured as the signature drink at the CFF main event, held November 3 at Lee Park. Following the competition, guests enjoy $5 cocktails and passed hors d’oeuvres, provided by The Standard Pour.

Participating bartenders include:

Brian McCullough / The Standard Pour

Kyle Hilla / Bolsa

Bonnie Wilson / The Ranch/Whiskey Cake

Benj Pocta / FT33

Emily Perkins / Victor Tangos

Eddie Eakin / Boulevardier

Josh Hendrix / Smyth

COST:           No fee for entrance.

WHEN:        Sunday, September 15, 2013 at 6-8 p.m.

WHERE:     The Standard Pour
                         2900 McKinney Avenue
                         Dallas, Texas 75204
                         214.935.1370 
    
RSVP:           To qualify as one of the judges, please email name to info@chefsforfarmers.com
 

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