Chefs For Farmers, the annual wine and food festival that showcases the best chefs, food artisans and farmers in the Dallas area, has been reimagined to bring the culinary community together in a creative and meaningful way this year via its new iteration, Chefs For Farmers Reboot.
The Chefs For Farmers Reboot was created to support an industry that has struggled through the pandemic and to provide culinary enthusiasts with a safe and fun way to engage with their favorite restaurants again through a series of in-person events taking place from November 30 through December 6, 2020.
Intimate live event options include four dinners and one brunch hosted by Dallas’ top chefs and restaurants, all with socially distanced seating and tables limited to each individual party to offer the safest environment for attendees and participants. Each chef experience is unique to the hosting chef and location and options encompass a range of cuisines and themes, including:
‘A Taste of Napoli’- An Italian feast with master pizzaiolo, Chef Dino Santonicola at Partenope Ristorante
‘Into the Forest for a Mad Tea Party Affair’- A menu of winter inspired delicacies by Chef Misti Norris paired with wine and tantalizing tea at Petra and the Beast
‘The Boujee Breakfast Dinner’- An indulgent brunch inspired extravaganza with a DIY Bloody Mary bar at Chef Jonathon Erdelijac’s Jonathon’s Diner
‘The Boys are Back in Town’- A first-ever steak house collaboration with Chefs John Tesar, Alex Seidel, Justin Brunson and Sam Talbot at The Highland Dallas
‘Praise the Biscuit…Pass The Jam: A Soulful Sunday Brunch’ – A feel good Soulful Southern Brunch with Vestal’s Catering at Bingham House
The majority of ticket proceeds will be distributed to participating chefs, restaurants and mixologists to help fund recovery efforts.