Park and Palate Returns With A 2-Day Foodie Extravaganza

September 22, 2016

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Following the wild success of the inaugural Park & Palate in 2015, the award-winning festival returns with over 30 Texas chefs and 30 wineries plus cocktails, spirits, and live music. Some of the most notable presenting chefs include John Tesar of Knife, David Fingerman of Madrina, Shuji Shugawara of Shinsei, and many more. Musical acts include country music singer-songwriter and EMI Recording artist Eric Paslay, the Barbed Wires, Johnny Reno & the Rockets, and DJ Lucy.Spanning 2 days of culinary presentations on October 21-22, their Down to the Roots Friday event is already sold out! The Grand Taste on Saturday, October 22 is selling out quick, so get your tickets today.  Click here for ticket information.

 

I went to the Grand Taste last year, and it was everything I had ever dreamed of, full of delicious food and world-class wine tastings. What more could you ask for than 4 hours of unlimited culinary and beverage tasting, in Dallas's most iconic park? This is high on my list for the best events of October, and a fantastic way to sample iconic dishes from Dallas' best restaurants. Check out the slideshow above for scenes from last year's Park & Palate.

 

If your mouth isn't watering by now, the full lineup of Grand Taste chefs & restaurants below should do it:

 

Jeff Balfour – Southerleigh

Melody Bishop – Lark on the Park

Richard Blankenship – CBD Provisions

Nilton Borges, Jr. – The Joule Hotel

John Brand – Supper

Jermaine Brown – Julia Pearl Southern Cuisine

John Coleman – Savor Gastropub

Jason Dady – Jason Dady Restaurant Group

Ross Demers – On the Lamb

Brandon Drew – The Pyramid at the Fairmont Hotel

David Fingerman – Madrina

Omar Flores – Casa Rubia

Diego Galicia – Mixtli Progressive Mexican Culinaria

Nick Hurry – Proof + Pantry

Dennis Kelley – Lark on the Park

Brian Johnson – Central Market

Geronimo Lopez – Botika

Brian Luscher – Luscher’s Red Hots and The Grape

Rebecca Masson – Fluff Bake Bar

Andrea Meyer – Bisous Bisous Pâtisserie

Suki Otsuki – Mudhen Meat and Greens

Kent Rathbun 

Timothy Rattray – The Granary 'Cue & Brew

Justin Richardson – Brigid

Joe Scigliano – Savor Gastropub

Philip Speer – Bonhomie

Shuji Sugawara – Shinsei

John Tesar – Knife

Rico Torres – Mixtli Progressive Mexican Culinaria

Julie Vorce – Savor Gastropub

Andrew Wiseheart – Contigo and Chicon 

Nicholas Yanes – Juniper

 

For more information on presenting chefs, click here.

 

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