On Oct. 13 and 14, top chefs from around the country will come together for the third annual Park and Palate, Klyde Warren Park’s signature fundraising event. A celebration of notable chefs, master sommeliers, wineries, breweries and spirits, this year’s event theme is “Pillars and Protégés” and will highlight well-known and up-and-coming chefs from not only Texas but all over the nation.


Park & Palate will feature two days of culinary activities similar to its 2016 experience starting on Friday, Oct 13th. with Down to the Roots, an exclusive fundraising event for park VIPs including sponsors, underwriters and donors featuring culinary trail blazers like Dean FearingKent Rathbun, Hugo Ortega, Jason Dady, Tyson Cole, Jon Bonnell and Becky Masson.


The Grand Taste will be Saturday, Oct. 14, with Kent Rathbun as the Master host. The event is open to the public, with a full lineup of participants to be released this summer. Tickets to the Grand Taste go on sale at a special early-bird price of $60 on Monday, June 12.



Park & Palate will take place at Klyde Warren Park, located at 2012 Woodall Rodgers Freeway in Dallas. Tickets for the Grand Taste are $75 and can be bought online at parkandpalate.org.  Stay tuned as details for additional activities to be announced in the weeks ahead. For more information, visit parkandpalate.org.


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