This Week in Gluttony
BBQ fundraiser and burger birthday top best food events in Dallas this week
Prepare to feast mid-week, when the bulk of the food events are happening. Beer and wine dinners are on the agenda, plus an anniversary for a burger favorite and a barbecue fundraiser to help North Texas tornado victims.
Tuesday, January 12
Community Beer Company Dinner at Greenville Bar & Grill
Head over to this Greenville Avenue hot spot for a three-course dinner paired with Community brews. Courses include chicken lettuce wraps, pot roast French dip, and fried cheesecake. Tickets are $37.92, and they must be purchased in advance. Dinner begins at 7 pm.
Hall & Walt Wine Dinner at Savor
Join Hall & Walt’s Chad Nuzum for a five-course dinner paired with exceptional wines. Courses include hamachi tartare, lobster with delicata squash, pork belly with watercress pudding, buffalo tenderloin with butter poached Yukons, and chocolate and chai. Reception starts at 6:30 pm, followed by dinner at 7. Cost is $125 per person, and you can reserve by calling 214-306-5597.
Wednesday, January 13
First Anniversary Celebration at Rodeo Goat Dallas
Rodeo Goat celebrates a year in Dallas with a good old-fashioned burger battle. Current fan favorite, Royale with Cheese, faces off against a Fort Worth favorite, the Chupacabra Burger. Cheese fries are also half off, and all 23 taps feature Dallas drafts with glassware available for select beers and breweries. Rodeo Goat also plans to have a rare tapping of a 24th beer, thanks to one of the area’s favorite breweries. The fun starts at 11 am and lasts all day.
North Texas Tornado Victim Fundraiser at Ten50 BBQ
From 10:50 am to 9 pm, 25 percent of sales at the restaurant benefit First Rowlett United Methodist Church. The entire Ten 50 BBQ menu is available, including Ten50’s USDA Prime brisket.
Texas Ale Project Beer Dinner at CiboDivino Marketplace
Chef Ryan Olmos creates a five-course menu paired with brews from Texas Ale Project. Dishes served family-style include roasted banana with toasted sage and pancetta; butter-poached leeks, grilled fruit, and fresh mozzarella; tasso ham and white cheddar hash; and lamb belly ice cream with espresso caramel and daikon chips. The night ends with a first tasting of a new brew called The Caucasian. Tickets are $55, and seating starts at 6 pm.