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More than 30 chefs and 40 wineries, plus mixologists and brewers, will be part of the festival’s Grand Taste on Oct. 22 at Klyde Warren Park. Participants include local chefs Nilton Borges Jr., John Tesar and Kent Rathbun. A second event, Oct. 21’s Texas chef showcase called Down to the Roots, has already sold out.

For two days this fall, Klyde Warren Park will be the host of the hottest culinary event in the city. Park & Palate will showcase the region’s most popular chefs as well as wineries, breweries and spirits from around the world, all against the backdrop of the distinctive Dallas skyline. Featuring a Grand Tasting, evening concert and tasting event, and exclusive VIP area, Park & Palate will highlight the cutting-edge Dallas restaurant scene along with tastemakers throughout the region.

Friday, Oct. 21, from 7:30 to 10 p.m. -- Down to the Roots (SOLD OUT)
Join us for a kickoff with a twist. Two chefs from each major city in Texas will come together to highlight the biggest and best of Texas cuisine. Klyde Warren Park’s premier fundraising event, will also feature a national country music recording artist, expertly paired wines, beer, and premium spirits featuring craft cocktails. Come mix, mingle, dance and dine under the stars.

Saturday, Oct. 22, from 2 to 6 p.m. -- Grand Taste ($75 per person)
Park & Palate’s Grand Taste offers a Texas-sized showcase of more than 30 chefs and 30 wineries, plus spirits, craft cocktails, and beer. Wine tastings will be held throughout the day hosted by special guests. Get up-close and personal with chefs, sommeliers, mixologists and brewers as you sip and savor the day away.
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