Here are the 7 best foodie events in Dallas this week


Oktoberfest events are still on the agenda this week, but so are fall-themed food and drink. There’s a fall harvest tasting, bourbon pairing dinner, and a three-day opening event for a new Italian bakery. A taco festival completes the list, proving tacos are a favorite all year round.

Tuesday, September 28

Angel’s Envy Whiskey Cake Plano Pairing Dinner
In partnership with Angel’s Envy Distillery in Kentucky, the folks at Whiskey Cake’s Plano location will serve a six-course bourbon pairing dinner. Menu highlights include lamb croquettes, Caribbean coconut soup, jerk shrimp, and coconut cake. Dinner costs $ 85 per person, plus taxes and tips, and starts at 7 p.m.

Wednesday September 29

Inauguration of Zero Gradi
The The new Italian dessert bar in downtown Dallas, which offers ice cream, sorbets, pastries and espresso, will celebrate its grand opening with a three night party. Visit from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Wednesday to Friday for free shows and samples. Note that its big brother restaurant, the pizzeria 400 Gradi, is located next door.

Thursday September 30

Wine & Cheese Fest: Fall Harvest at Eataly Dallas
Travel through Italy’s foodie mecca on this ambulatory tasting event. There will be over 15 fall wines to try with an overflowing selection of cheeses, cold cuts, homemade pasta and more. Tickets cost $ 65 per person and the event will run from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m.

Blind tasting at La Tarte Tropézienne
Trust your senses to decipher the characteristics of certain grapes. French bakery in downtown Dallas will partner with Allen’s Vetted Cellars to host a blind wine tasting. Tickets are $ 40 per person and the tasting begins at 6:30 p.m.

saturday 2 october

Oktoberfest at Jaxon Texas Kitchen & Beer Garden
Visit the downtown Dallas restaurant and bar to enjoy a full day at Oktoberfest, including a beer wall with German themed worms available in 16 or 22 ounces, a bratwurst station, and a Bavarian style pretzel. Bring the kids, as there will be face paint and a balloon artist. For adults, plan costume contests, yodeling and tankard lifting competitions, and live music. The event will run from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. and admission is free.

Frisco beer festival
There will be two stages during this two-day event, with live music and dancing to be enjoyed with German beer, kids, pretzels and more. Expect classic Oktoberfest shenanigans like stein-lifting competitions, barrel rolling, and plenty of lederhosen. Tickets start at $ 20, which includes a sheet of 20 tickets redeemable for food and drink. The event will run from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Saturday and from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. on Sunday.

Tacotopy
Nebraska Furniture Mart is hosting a taco night. Taking place on the lawn of Grandscape, the full-day event will feature local food vendors, live music and Jalisco dancers, nacho and hot sauce tasting contests, and even a tribute band to Selena with dance lessons before the show. Drinks will be provided by the Colony Wine Bar. Customers can purchase a $ 10 Taco Sample Pack, which includes a choice of three tacos from participating vendors and a drink. The event will take place from 12 p.m. to 6.30 p.m.


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