Texas Monthly and Infiniti invite you on a culinary road trip through the pages of Texas Monthly all in one special evening showcasing a roster of acclaimed Texas talent.
TASTING RECEPTION (6 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.): The evening begins with a walk-around tasting featuring: Jeff Balfour, John Brand, and Tim Rattray. Artist Cruz Ortiz will also have his artwork and screen-printing on display.Live music to be provided by Doc Watkins, musician, and owner of Jazz, TX.
FEAST (7:30 p.m. – 9 p.m.): The special seated dinner portion of the evening will include cuisine by: Johnny Hernandez, Hugo Ortega, Rene Ortiz, and Jesse Perez. Live music to be provided by Doc Watkins, musician, and owner of Jazz, TX.
GRAND FINALE (9 p.m. – 10 p.m.):The evening concludes with a magical dessert presentation from Jeremy Mandrell and Anne Ng of Bakery Lorraine.
WHEN DO TICKETS GO ON SALE?
Wednesday, January 18, 2017. Tickets will be available at the door as well.
IS THERE A DISCOUNT FOR CHILDREN
Yes. Children 5 and under are free.
HOW DO I PURCHASE TICKETS?
Tickets are available for purchase at texasmonthly.com/cooklikeatexan. Please see above (under the main description) to purchase tickets through EventBrite.
WHAT FOOD WILL BE FREE OR INCLUDED IN THE TICKET PRICE?
All food, beverages (alcoholic and non-alcoholic), and live entertainment is included.
DO I NEED TO BRING CASH FOR EXTRA PURCHASES?
Everything is included with the ticket price, so cash is not required. There is free parking nearby.
WHAT HAPPENS IF IT RAINS THE DAY OF THE EVENT?
The show will go on rain or shine! There will be a large tent for part of the tasting reception and the dinner is in doors.
WHOM SHOULD I CONTACT WITH ANY GENERAL INQUIRIES?
Email [email protected].
ARE DOGS/PETS ALLOWED AT THE EVENT?
No. Only service dogs will be allowed.
WILL DEBIT OR CREDIT CARDS BE ACCEPTED?
Tickets will be available at the door accepting debit or credit cards.
ARE COOLERS PERMITTED?
No. Coolers are not permitted.
CAN I SMOKE AT THE EVENT?
No. Smoking will not be permitted.
LOST AND FOUND
Texas Monthly is not responsible for lost items. However, after the event, please email [email protected] with inquires about any items that may have gone missing. Texas Monthly will not be held responsible for unclaimed items.