FT33’s McCallister Wine Dinner March 8th

Matt-McCallister1by Steven Doyle

We just caught word of what will most definitely be an amazing pop-up with Matt McCallister and at a fun location – the Zodiac at Neiman Marcus downtown Dallas March 8, 2018 at 7pm.

McCallister is the chef-owner of FT33 in the Design District and has been nominated for a a James Beard for Best Chef of the Southwest, Food and Wine named him Best New Chef and his restaurant was featured on the Top 50 New Restaurant list from Bon Appétit. His accolades run deep, and the chef has been on the leading edge of the farm-to-table movement in North Texas. 

The FT33 menu reflects seasonal changes and is hyper local which in Dallas could change by the moment and McCallister seems to work best in that frenetic intensity. His menus definitely reflect this image.

Check out the menu for the Neiman Marcus pop-up and make your reservations now. It will sell out. This dinner is all inclusive (sans gratuity) which means beautiful pairings.

erduras y conservas del mar

spanish anchovies, mussels, and octopus with oil poached artichokes, confit tomato, roasted spring onions, bread crumbs, and lemon aioli

Marques de Caceres excellens Rose 2016 Rioja

savoy cabbage roasted in fish head butter with green garlic pil pil

Marques de Caceres Rueda Verdejo 2016 Rioja

whole roasted A Bar N Ribeye with maitake mushrooms glazed in thyme and beef jus

Marques de Caceres Gaudium Gran VIno 2012

torrijas with orange marmalade ice cream and sherry sabayon

Marques de Caceres Satinela Semi Dulci

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