Chefs For Farmers 2017. Photo by Bret Redman.

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The Sixth Annual Chefs For Farmers to Take Place This Weekend

Get out there and eat.

The sixth annual Chefs For Farmers festival will take place this weekend.

Saturday, November 3 is the Street Food Night Market featuring an excellent lineup of chefs. According to the release:

“Victory Park will be transformed into an international food hall where guests can sample flavor influences from around the world. Select participating Street Food Night Market chefs include: Angela Hernandez (Fine China), Jesus Carmona (Tacos Mariachi), Kent Rathbun (Shinsei & Imoto), Luis Olvera (Trompo), Matthew Ford (Billy Can Can), Nikky Phinyawatana (Asian Mint), Ryan Olmos (CiboDivino), and others.

Location: Victory Park. 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. Tickets are $75 per person for general admission and $95 per person for VIP (includes 30-minute early entrance with specialty food and drinks) and can be purchased online. This event is 21+ only. VIP $95 per person. 21+ only.”

Sunday, November 4 is The Main Event:

“The Main Event will take overDallas Heritage Village, to create the dining experience of the season in a relaxed and comfortable atmosphere under the sunny autumn skies. Attendees can sample bites created by more than 50 hard-working farmers and talented chefs focused on creating a locally sourced menu. New this year, Chef John Tesar (Knife) has invited some of the top pitmasters in the nation to add their barbecue best to the event. Award-winning chefs in attendance at The Main Event include Billy Durney (Hometown Bar-B-Que), Sam Jones (Sam Jones BBQ), Stephen McHugh (Cured), Alex Seidell (Mercantile), Tyson Cole (Uchi) and many others. There will also be wine, beer and spirits, as well as DJs and live music.

Location: Dallas Heritage Village 1515 S. Harwood Street in Dallas. 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. Tickets are $99 per person for general admission and $150 per person for VIP (includes 30-minute early entrance with specialty food and drinks) and can be purchased online. This event is 21+ only.”

Get out there and eat, folks.

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