These are the 7 best food and drink events in Dallas this week
Attend two fall festivals, mix them with Asian and Mexican cultures, and throw a wine night or two, and you’ve got the perfect recipe for a successful week of Dallas food and drink events. Even if the temperatures drop below freezing, it will be a delicious week. Bundle and enjoy.
Wednesday November 13th
Red Mare Wines Dinner at Bob’s Steak and Chop House
Visit Bob’s Steak & Chop House at Omni Dallas and enjoy a five-course meal with selected wines from Red Mare Wines. Owner Jim Striegel will guide guests through the artisan selection process while they enjoy delicious food. Tickets are $ 185 and dinner starts at 6:30 p.m. Call 214-652-4804 to reserve your spot.
It’s autumn in the West Village
CultureMap Dallas presents It’s Fall Y’all with food from your favorite West Village restaurants, great drinks, music, games and more. Tickets are free, but a recommended donation of $ 20 to the North Texas Food Bank is welcome. Guests must be 21 years old and have ID. Interested participants can register here. The fun lasts from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Thursday November 14th
Plano Art & Wine Walk in the art district of downtown Plano
This month, guests can sample selected wines in the neighborhood while enjoying live music, local art, and shopping. Participants will receive a souvenir glass, a tasting card and a wine guide for the 20 wine stops, in which various choices are served. Tickets start at $ 15 and the walking tour begins at 6 p.m.
Friday 15th November
Autumn festival at the Community Beer Company
Big Brothers Big Sisters The greater Dallas area hosts its annual Fall Festival, which includes food, drink, and charity. Think great drinks, networking bingo, a silent auction, and have an event for your bar. Tickets are $ 10 and the event starts at 6:30 PM.
Saturday 16th November
Korean festival in downtown Carrolton, Asia
This special event gives DFW residents a real impression of Korea. The event has food court stands, a bibimbap demonstration with 500 servings of bibimbap, and a kimchi demonstration. Guests can also experience Korean culture through music, dance, fashion, and even taekwondo. The AK Pop Night Event even offers Super, NeonPunch and DJ FlashFinger. Entry is free and the event starts at 10 a.m.
Best Tacos and Margarita Tour from Desperados Mexican Restaurant
Try both gourmet and street tacos on this tequila adventure through Dallas. Yes, stops include both tacos and margaritas. Tickets are $ 64 and include transportation by air-conditioned coach, food and drink as advertised at the venues, and drinks on the bus. Guests can also use BYOB. Meet at the Desperados Mexican restaurant at 12:30 PM.
Sunday 17th November
Promise of the Abundance Dinner at 3015 at Trinity Groves
Guests can enjoy food and drink from chefs Graham Dodds, Peter Barlow, Annie Greenslade, Taylor McCreary, and others as they partake in conversations about the chefs’ dishes. All dishes are prepared with ingredients from the Labajada POP Farm. Think autumn vegetarian creations and chilli with jalapeño cornbread. It’s a chance to gain valuable insight into every chef and the food they source on site. Tickets are $ 75 and dinner starts at 4 p.m.