Shock and Awe! Look at this Chef Lineup at Chefs for Farmers
by Andrew Chalk
FROM THE WIRES...
Chef For Farmers is excited to announce the official chef and restaurant lineup!
One of Dallas’ most anticipated food and wine festivals, Chefs For Farmers, returns for its 10th year with a powerhouse lineup of chefs and events starting November 4, 2021, and closing out with The Main Event presented by Audi on November 7, 2021. To celebrate the festival’s 10th anniversary, Chefs For Farmers is bringing together top chefs and restaurants to highlight the very best from local farms and purveyors, and artisans.
This year, Chefs For Farmers boasts an extensive lineup of acclaimed Dallas chefs and out-of-town chefs, including John Tesar of Knife Steakhouse, Eric Dreyer of Monarch Restaurants, Junior Borges of Meridian, Giorgio Rapicavoli of Eating House & Luca Osteria, Misti Norris of Petra and the Beast, Alex Astranti of Fruition Restaurant & Mercantile Dining & Provision, Peja Krstic of Mot Hai Ba, Samir Dhurandhar of Nick & Sam’s Grill, Matt Pitman of Meat Church, Amber Fletcher of Fletcher’s Original State Fair Corny Dogs, Jacob Williamson of Harper’s, Lamar Moore of Eleven Eleven, and many more.
Festival attendees can wash down those mouth-watering eats and start the party with libations from one of the numerous breweries, distilleries, wineries and other alcohol vendors present at Chefs For Farmers. Down the road in the American Airlines AAdvantage Mastercard Lounge, well-regarded author and Taco Editor at Texas Monthly, José R. Ralat, will be signing copies of his new book “American Tacos: A History and Guide” for Mastercard holders.
For a full list of the 40+ chefs, restaurants, and partners participating, visit www.chefsforfarmers.com.
Chefs For Farmers Lineup highlights include:
Chefs For Farmers returns with a powerhouse lineup of chefs with events starting November 4 and closing out with The Main Event presented by Audi on November 7, 2021.
Chefs For Farmers believes in bringing people together through food and drink, which is why so many chefs, farmers, and artisans make new connections that foster long-term relationships.
This year, Chefs For Farmers boasts an extensive lineup of acclaimed Dallas and out-of-town chefs.
This year’s alcohol vendors include Maker’s Mark, Big Country Sparklin’ Cocktails, Ketel One Botanical, Oyster Bay New Zealand, Southern Glazer’s Wine & Spirits, Tito’s Handmade Vodka and Ultimate Cocktail Experience.
Taco Editor at Texas Monthly, José R. Ralat, will be signing copies of his new book “American Tacos: A History and Guide” for Mastercard holders.
To purchase tickets for all event programming and for the most up to date festival information, visit www.chefsforfarmers.com.