This Week in Gluttony
These are the 7 best food and drink events in Dallas this week
Take two fall festivals, mix them in with some Asian and Mexican culture, and throw in a wine dinner or two, and you've got the perfect recipe for a successful week on the Dallas food and drink events front. Even with the temps dipping below freezing, it's going to be a tasty week. Bundle up and enjoy.
Wednesday, November 13
Red Mare Wines Dinner at Bob's Steak and Chop House
Head to the Bob's Steak and Chop House at The Omni Dallas for a five-course menu paired with select wines from Red Mare Wines. Proprietor Jim Striegel is set to guide guests through the artisan selections as they enjoy delicious food. Tickets are $185, and the dinner begins at 6:30 pm. Call 214-652-4804 to reserve your spot.
It's Fall Y'all at West Village
CultureMap Dallas presents It's Fall Y'all, featuring food samples from your favorite West Village restaurants, tasty beverages, music, games, and more. Tickets are free, but a suggested $20 donation to the North Texas Food Bank would be appreciated. Guests must be 21 years of age with ID, and interested attendees can RSVP here. The fun lasts from 6 to 8 pm.
Thursday, November 14
Plano Art & Wine Walk at Downtown Plano Arts District
This monthly allows guests to sample select wines around the neighborhood while enjoying live music, local art, and shopping. Attendees receive a commemorative glass, tasting card, and wine guide for the 20-ish wine stops serving different selections. Tickets start at $15 and the walk begins at 6 pm.
Friday, November 15
Fall Fest at Community Beer Company
Big Brothers Big Sisters Greater Dallas presents its annual fall festival that includes eating, drinking, and supporting a great cause. Think great drinks, networking bingo, a silent auction, and event a stock your bar event. Tickets are $10 and the event starts at 6:30 pm.
Saturday, November 16
Korean Festival at Carrolton Asian Town Center
This special event gives DFW residents a true taste of Korea. The event has food court booths, a bibimbap demonstration with 500 servings of bibimbap, and a kimchi demonstration. Guests also can experience Korean culture in the form of music, dance, fashion, and even Taekwondo. A K Pop Night event even features Super, NeonPunch, and DJ FlashFinger. Admission is free and the event starts at 10 am.
Best Tacos and Margarita Tour starting at Desperados Mexican Restaurant
Sample both gourmet and street tacos on this tequila-infused adventure through Dallas. Yes, stops include both tacos and margaritas. Tickets are $64 and include air conditioned motorcoach transportation, food and drinks as specified at venues, and beverages on the bus. Guests can also BYOB. Meet at Desperados Mexican Restaurant at 12:30 pm.
Sunday, November 17
Promise of Abundance Dinner at 3015 at Trinity Groves
Guests can enjoy food and drinks from chefs Graham Dodds, Peter Barlow, Annie Greenslade, Taylor McCreary, and more while participating in conversations about the chefs' dishes. All dishes are prepared using ingredients harvested from the Labajada POP Farm. Think fall veggie creations and chili with jalapeño cornbread. It's a chance to gain valuable insights about each chef and the food that they source locally. Tickets are $75, and the dinner begins at 4 pm.