For the first time ever, the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden is designing and hosting its own festival to celebrate delicious, high-quality food and wine from a host of cultures, set against the backdrop of 500,000 spring blooming bulbs during the spring festival Dallas Blooms, "the best spot this side of Holland to see beautiful flowers, "according to Southern Living Magazine.
The festival was born out of the close work done during the planning and development of A Tasteful Place - a pioneering, in-construction food and herb garden that is set to open in the fall of 2017 and the relationship we have developed with some of the best chefs in the region. We became excited about creating a luxurious festival to demonstrate the connection between nature, gardens, and the food we eat.
This premier, spring social event will feature savory delicious bites made by award -winning chefs from many fine restaurants around the Metroplex, Guests will be able to sample fine wines and craft beers, and end the evening with dessert, coffee and special concert at the Martin Rutchik Concert State & Lawn, while watching the sun set over White Rock Lake. The cuisine will focus on fie regions and types of dishes:
- American Bistro
- Pan Asian
- South American
- Desserts from around the world
The list of chefs:
- Chef sharon Van Meter
- Chef Aaron Staudenmaier
- Chef Abraham Salum
- Chef Andrea Shakelford
Please visit their website for more details, time and ticket pricing.