Tickets for Meat Fight go on sale Wednesday, October 2nd. Meat Fight is a Texas barbecue competition featuring 16 badass chefs, with 100% of tickets sales benefiting people living with MS nationwide. Last year’s event raised over $200,000 for the cause.
This year, the chefs competing for barbecue glory include Misti Norris of Petra and The Beast, David Uygur of Lucia, Anastacia Quinones-Pittman of José, Danyele McPherson of Hero by HGSply (who was also featured on Bravo’s Top Chef) and more. Plus, we’ll have the best pit masters in Texas here to judge be meats, including Miss Tootsie from Snow’s BBQ, Todd David from Cattleack BBQ, Tim Hutchins from Hutchins BBQ, plus Texas Monthly’s BBQ Editor, Daniel Vaughn, and our Chief Meateorologist, WFAA’s Pete Delkus. Continue reading
Join the Texas-sized food fest and backyard BBQ party in the heart of downtown Dallas, Sept. 21. Enjoy massive tastings from 20 of the most celebrated BBQ joints from across the Lonestar State. ALL the BBQ, along with sides and desserts are included in your ticket.
BBQ tastes better with good country music and they’re serving up some hot tunes on the Main Stage with honky tonk legend Dale Watson, Straight Tequila Night and The 40 Acre Mule. On the opposite end of the park our Tate Farms Stage will feature Frankie Leonie, Mike Randall and LuLu and the Black Sheep. Continue reading
One of Dallas’ most anticipated food and wine festivals, Chefs For Farmers, returns with notable chefs November 1-3, 2019. Limited quantities of early bird tickets are available now through August 25. Early bird pricing includes 15% off both General Admission and VIP at Street Food Night Market presented by Audi and The Main Event.
The festival is a collection of the greatest and most talented in the Dallas culinary scene. This year Chefs For Farmers boasts an extensive chef lineup including John Tesar of Knife Steakhouse, Joel Orsini of Izkina, Alex Astrantiof Uchi and Uchiba, Dean Fearing of Fearing’s, Donny Sirisavath of Khao Noodle Shop, Robert Lyford of Patina Green, Matt Pitman of Meat Church and Alex Seidel of Fruition Restaurant and Mercantile Dining & Provision. For a full list of the 50+ chefs participating, visit https://chefsforfarmers.com/chefs/. Continue reading
State Fair of Texas concessionaires are officially off to the races with a new lineup of incredible, edible innovations for the public to taste. The 15th Annual Big Tex Choice Awards is offering another year of exciting bites for all appetites. From savory snacks to sweet treats, 2019’s assortment will not disappoint! After much deliberation in the first round of judging, the scores have been tallied and the results are in; 33 semi-finalists have been named to move forward. Comprised of 20 savory and 13 sweet entries, these semi-finalist contenders are one step closer to the main event, where they will compete for one of three winning titles: “Best Taste – Sweet,” “Best Taste – Savory,” and “Most Creative.” Continue reading
Mark your calendar for North Texas’ largest foodie fundraiser, the 22nd Annual DFW Restaurant Week launches Aug. 5, 2019, with nearly a month of dining supporting charity partners the North Texas Food Bank and Lena Pope. Reservations open when the official list of 140 participating restaurants is unveiled on DFW Restaurant Week Reservation Day – Tuesday, July 9 – at DFWRestaurantWeek.com. Continue reading
by Alex Gonzalez
This past Sunday, Margarita Meltdown celebrated nine years of showcasing the best of the Dallas hospitality industry’s margaritas. This year’s festival took place along Dallas’ Historic West End, where 30 of Dallas’ best restaurants and bars competed for the title of Best Margarita. Each of those one-ounce ramekins packed a powerful, unique punch, with no two samples tasting alike, however, only one would take the title of Dallas’ Best Margarita. Continue reading
by Steven Doyle
This weekend we celebrate our mothers and we put together a short list of serving suggestions. Let us know where you go and how it turned out! Let’s look at a few selections: Continue reading