Please join the International Wine & Food Society of Dallas for their next event, “A Night in Tulum” on Sunday, October 27th at 6pm.
The evening will begin with a specialty cocktail and passed apps as guests arrive, followed by a fantastic five course dinner, created by Executive Chef Nico Sanchez. Each course will be perfectly paired with wines that embody the spirit of Tulum.
“ Tulum has garnered great reviews from critics and the Dallas Chapter is excited to invite members as well as the public to this special event”,
branch president Joey Stewart tells us.
Uchibā is hosting a one-night-only special Whisky & Wagyu event featuring cocktails and a six-course dinner paired with spirits selected by spirits expert Rashidi Barrett of Beam Suntory Cocktails, who will educate attendees on the history and flavors of Japanese Whisky. The event will be hosted April 7 from 6 to 9pm and costs $175, plus tax and tip, per guest. 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
The fourth annual Fort Worth Food + Wine Festival opens its three-day cuisine and beverage celebration by welcoming the Botanical Research Institute of Texas (BRIT) to present its 2017 International Award of Excellence in Sustainable Winegrowing award to the acclaimed Yealands Family Wines of Marlborough, New Zealand. Continue reading
Tickets to Texas Monthly’s Cook Like a Texan event in Dallas are still available. “Cook Like a Texan,” a pop-up picnic in Klyde Warren Park on Sunday, December 4 from noon–4 p.m. The event will bring the December issue, which is devoted to essential cooking techniques every Texan needs to know, to life through tastings, sips, demonstrations, and chef-prepared picnic baskets. Continue reading