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Butcher Than You Thought

dal-10_12_15Calling all overalls-and-tractor lovers.

Chefs For Farmers weekend is almost upon us! The mega food event that celebrates great chefs, artisans and the farmers that make all that fab food possible has become a weekend of celebrations.

New this year is The Butcher Block Party at The Eye across from The Joule Hotel. It’s a super-VIP event and we’ve got your chance to win a pair of tickets and rub elbows with the food elite of Dallas.

This meat-centric event showcases butcher-inspired dishes, as well as local beer, paired wines and craft cocktails from bartenders like the great Michael Martensen from Proof + Pantry and the new Madrina in Highland Park.

Dallas chefs include Brian Zenner (The Walk-In, The Mitchell, On Premise), Danyele McPherson (Remedy, HG SPLY CO.), David Uygur (Lucia), Laurel Wimberg (LARK on the Park), Misti Norris (Small Brewpub), Sarah Snow (The Grape Restaurant) and Richard Blankenship (CBD Provisions) along with chefs from Austin, Houston and a couple non-Texas states.

So, yeah. Lots of food and drinks.

And cute men talking about their meat.

2015 Chefs For Farmers: The Butcher Block Party
Saturday, October 24, 7:00 to 10:00 p.m.
The Eye at The Joule Hotel
1530 Main Street, Dallas
Tickets: $125 (21 and over only) at prekindle.com
For a full list of Chefs for Farmers weekend events:
www.chefsforfarmers.com

He Said Magazine Giveaway:
We are giving our loyal subscribers a chance to win a pair of tickets to the Butchers Block Party event.

Enter here for your chance to win by 12 p.m. on Friday, October 16. Winners selected at random. We will email you if you’re a winner, so check your email..

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