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
by Steven Doyle photos by Joey Stewart
If you missed Chefs for Farmers this weekend you missed out on the best food and wine event in Texas. Dozens of chefs are paired up with farmers to help promote their products. And if that is not enough they are also paired with equally as many wineries. But that is not all, you would have found local breweries and distilleries at hand sampling out to your heart’s content. Continue reading
by Steven Doyle
We are due for a terrific weekend of fun in the sun supercharged with some fun events. Let’s take a look at what Dallas has to offer this weekend: Continue reading
Chefs For Farmers, the premier food and wine festival of Dallas, will return November 2-4, 2018, for its sixth year of bringing together chefs, artisans, culinary influencers, and people who love great food and drink to support local and regional farmers. Discounted, “early bird” tickets including $15 off Street Food Night Market and The Main Event are on sale now. This year, Chefs For Farmers will bring together more than 80 locally and nationally acclaimed chefs, 20 farmers/artisans and 50 wineries, breweries and distilleries for a three-day culinary blowout. Continue reading
by Alex Gonzalez
This past Sunday, some of Dallas’s most well known bartenders and mixologists gathered at DEC on Dragon to showcase the best cocktails in town. Attendees of the Chefs for Farmers Mix Off were each allotted two pig-shaped tokens to be used to vote for the best cocktail and food dish of the evening. Below is a list of winners of the night. Continue reading
by Steven Doyle
It is that time again where we start thinking about Chefs for Farmers, one of the largest chef and wine events in Texas.
Chefs For Farmers is the event that shows off the talents of Dallas’s best chefs and food artisans while celebrating the farmers that make great food possible. In one mouth-watering, calorie-filled culinary festival, we pay tribute to Dallas as an emerging food city through incredible events that highlight the entire culinary ecosystem in North Texas and beyond. As good food citizens of the world, we balance our dedication to sustainability, eco-consciousness and charity with our greatest goal: putting on the best food festival Dallas has ever seen. Continue reading
by Steven Doyle
Now in its seventh year, Chefs for Farmers has blossomed into one of the best food and wine events in the state of Texas, and the expansion for the main event was overwhelmingly evident. Started by chef Matt McCallister of FT33 and Iris Midler along with a handful of chef friends and farmers, the first year was a long-table event at Eden’s Garden Organic Garden Center and CSA Farm in Balch Springs that paired eight chefs from five Dallas restaurants for one evening of dining and music to benefit and celebrate our local farms. Continue reading