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It’s food, fireworks and flavor at North Texas’s largest event dedicated to all things food June 12-14 in Dallas’s Fair Park. Taste of Dallas presented by Ford is set to satisfy the tens of thousands of hungry tasters who love to stroll Dallas’s Fair Park and taste from restaurants all over North Texas.
Because we Texans do love our BBQ, new for this year is a Celebration of BBQ. From brisket to ribs, chicken to pork, taste your way through the best BBQ in DFW from more than a dozen BBQ restaurants and local pitmasters. Samples are available from $1-$4 from restaurants including Eddie Deen’s, Riscky’s, Hard Eight, Smoke to the Bone and more, making it easy to taste around and find your own personal favorites while finishing every finger-lickin’ good bite. Continue reading
Back by popular demand is North Texas’s largest event dedicated to all things food — and this time, it’s even cooler. Taste of Dallas is back this summer, now June 12-14th, to satisfy the thousands of hungry tasters who love to stroll Dallas’s Fair Park and taste from restaurants all over North Texas.
“The foodies demanded it, and we delivered,” said Billy McEntee, owner of Taste of Dallas. “This year, the tastings will be hotter than the weather, and sure to spice up an already fun-filled weekend at Taste of Dallas.”
Taste of Dallas is home to some of the best brisket, ribs, and chicken BBQ in the region. In true Taste of Dallas style, the event’s participating BBQ pitmasters will battle it out over three days in the $25,000 BBQ Battle Royale to see who is the king of the BBQ ring. You won’t want to miss this. Continue reading
by Susan Migdol
We sent Susan out with her trusty camera to check in at the Taste of Dallas in Fair Park this past weekend. She said it was amazing fun. Here are some of what she saw (and tasted). Continue reading
No matter what type of foods tickle your taste bud fancy, if you stopped by Fair Park this weekend you didn’t walk away disappointed. Friday through Sunday DFW residents filled their bellies with culinary delights from over 60 local restaurants. 150,000 square feet of indoor, air-conditioned space hosted cooking demonstrations, Taste of the Town, Taste Tavern, kids areas and even a petting zoo. Outside the Fair Park exhibit halls were a plethora of tasting tents, food trucks and an impressive live music stage. With general admission at only $10 and children 5 and under getting in free, the event was bustling with folks enjoying local food and vendor booths. Continue reading