The Austin Food
Festival has announced the schedule of noted chefs and pitmasters from Brooklyn, Charleston and Texas scheduled to cook at the expanded Fire Pits
at the seventh annual festival, April 27-29, 2018
The festival grounds at Auditorium Shores will feature an interactive area where chefs will cook over live Fire Pits and offer tastes to attendees throughout the weekend. Offering multiple stations daily, the expanded Fire Pits will provide interactive experiences cooking with live fire from local and national pitmasters and chefs.
On Saturday, April 28, enjoy fire-roasted dishes from chefs David Bull (Second Bar + Kitchen, La Corsha Hospitality Group);Sonya Coté (Eden East, Hillside Farmacy); Victor Sandoval (Parkside Projects); and Rodney Scott (Rodney Scott’s BBQ; Charleston, SC).
On Sunday, April 29, Fire Pit chefs will include: Billy Durney (Hometown Bar-B-Que; Brooklyn, NY); Evan LeRoy (LeRoy and Lewis); Wayne Mueller (Louie Mueller Barbecue); and Andrew Wiseheart (Contigo, Contigo Catering, Chicon).
Additional programming announcements will be made over the course of the spring; please visit www.austinfoodandwinefestival.com for more information and updates.
The All-In ticket is $625/per person and includes Saturday and Sunday Festival access; over 40 culinary demos; beer, wine and cocktail tasting sessions; access to the expanded Fire Pits; all-day access to the Grand Taste Pavilion, including the Chef Showcase; a special Sunday Gospel Brunch; Grillin’ and Chillin’; and entrance to Saturday night’s Rock Your Taco.
The Weekender ticket is $250/per person and includes Saturday and Sunday Festival access; over 40 culinary demos; beer, wine and cocktail tasting sessions; access to the expanded Fire Pits; all-day access to the Grand Taste Pavilion, including the Chef Showcase; and a specialSunday Gospel Brunch.
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