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Eat, drink and see pretty things (humans and flora) at this year’s Dallas Arboretum Food & Wine Festival, March 24

The Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden’s fifth annual Food & Wine Festival is set for Thursday, March 24 from 7 to 9 p.m. The date coincides with Peak Blossom Time in the garden and will feature small bites from a number of notable DFW chefs, says festival chairman Sharon Van Meter, the chef and owner of Beckley 1115 restaurant.

General admission is $149 per person, and doors open at 7 p.m. (Tickets here).

Restaurants and chefs slated to participate in the Thursday evening event include:
Asian Mint – chef Nicky Phinyawatana
Beckley 1115 – chef Sharon Van Meter
Bisous Bisous – chef Andrea Meyer
Bright Box Foods – chef Christopher Patrick
Cane Rosso – chef Jeff Bekavac
Catbird – chef Jeramie Robinson
Cathedral Italian Bistro – chef Luke Rogers
chef Mollie G: Custom Catering – chef Mollie Guerra
Ellie’s Restaurant & Lounge – chef Dan Lansberg
Empire Baking Company/Mozzarella Company – Meaders Ozarow/chef Paula Lambert
Encina – chef Matt Balke
Fearing’s Restaurant – chef Mike Matis
Front Burner – chef Jordan Swim
Garden Café – chef Mark Wootton
Harpers – chef Rodman Shields
Home Grown Market – chef Lucy Braddock
Humble: Simply Good Pies – chef Sean Jett
Knife Dallas – chef John Tesar
La Duni – chef Dunia Borga
La Stella Cucina Verace – chef Luigi Iannuario
Loro – chef de Cuisine Josh Healy
Meddlesome Moth – chef Josh Bonee
Meridian – chef Junior Borges
Monarch – chef Eric Dreyer
Off the Bone – chef Rose Broussard
Ounce – chef Richard Blankenship
Petra & the Beast – chef Misti Norris
Profound Foods – chef Joel Orsini
St. Rocco’s – chef Jay Valley
Slow Bone BBQ – chef Jeffrey Hobbs
Sushi Rock – chef Mark Tungcmittrong
Taco Y Vino – Jimmy Contreras
Trompo – chef Luis Olvera
Urban Seafood – chef Salvatore Gisellu

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