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
Klyde Warren Park is excited to announce the wineries and spirits that will be featured in its annual fundraiser, Park & Palate’s Grand Taste, taking place on Saturday, October 14 from 2 to 6 p.m. In addition to enjoying the best of Texas cuisine, guests at the Grand Taste will enjoy a tasting of premier wines, spirits, and beer.
“We’re complementing the creative dishes our participating chefs will be featuring with a wide variety of wines and spirits at this year’s Park & Palate,” said Erika White, vice president of events and programs at Klyde Warren Park. “We are deeply grateful for Republic National Distributing Company’s collaboration and the support of Klyde Warren Park.” Continue reading
Savor Dallas announces the full 2017 event lineup and host chefs for its festival on April 6-9, featuring five events over four days. The 13th annual food, wine, and spirits celebration’s gourmet adventures include a smoking hot opening night kickoff in the Harwood District, a mixology-fueled cocktail party, a supreme grand tasting experience, and a farmer’s market brunch. Each event promises innovative culinary creations from local talent paired with drink tastings from across the world. Continue reading