This Week in Gluttony
These are the 5 best food and drink events in Dallas this week
Between a beer-focused event at the Dallas Museum of Art and a chef's dinner using only ingredients from within 100 miles, this week is proof that Dallas is a darn good place for food and drink events. Cheers to this menu.
Thursday, June 7
Nickel & Nickel Wine Dinner at Toulouse Legacy West
President of California-based Nikel & Nickel winery Bruce Mooers hosts this unique event that features a four-course dinner paired with exceptional wines. Courses include Alaskan King crab salad, seared Long Island duck breast, Rosewood Ranch New York strip au poivre, and a Texas cheese and chocolate tasting. Tickets are $150, and the event starts at 6:30 pm. Reservations are required and can be made by calling 972-943-6216.
Artful Pairings Series at Dallas Museum of Art
Artful Pairings is a new series of exclusive tastings with local distilleries, breweries, and wineries followed by a tour of the DMA collection connected to the history of the alcohol. This month the featured brewery is Noble Rey Brewing, and the tour educates participants on making small-batch, seasonal beers, how they come up with their unique flavor combinations, and more about their brewery. Tickets start at $55 and the tour begins at 7 pm. Guests get five samples along the tour.
Friday, June 9
Four Seasons Market at CityLine
Enjoy quality goods and produce from 25 local vendors every Friday of June in the Plaza. Four Seasons Markets create European-style markets where patrons can gather with ranchers, farmers, specialty food producers, and artisanal craftsmen. Think produce, meat, eggs, honey, desserts, bread, olive oil, jams, salsa, dips and spreads, seasonings, dried fruits and nuts, and more. Admission is free, and the market opens at 2 pm.
Sunday, June 10
CADD FUNd Sunday Soup Supper at 3015 at Trinity Groves
Contemporary Art Dealers of Dallas celebrates creativity and community with a Sunday Soup Supper. This year’s CADD FUNd will be awarded to a current or previous B.A, B.F.A., M.A. or M.F.A. graduate or candidate from an institution within 100 miles of Dallas. During the event, the finalists present short proposals and members of the audience vote for their favorite project. Tickets are $40 and the event kicks off at 5 pm.
100 Mile Pop Dinner at Overeasy
Dallas’ top culinary talent have teamed up to create a special, five-course dinner made exclusively with ingredients sourced within 100 miles. One hundred percent of ticket sales benefits Promise of Peace Community Gardens (POP) and participants include Graham Dodds (The Statler), Peja Kristic (Mot Hai Ba), Matt McCallister (FT33), Junior Borges (formerly of he Joule Hotel), and more. The evening will also feature live music by Mack Price and Mack Price, Jr. Tickets are $100, and the dinner starts at 6 pm.