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Taste of Dallas 2021

The favorite summertime food festival in the city


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Taste of Dallas is Dallas’ annual food and drink festival with over 30 years of history. Three amazing days at the Dallas Market Hall await foodies with more than 200 chefs, 150 exhibitors, and restaurants offering a wide array of demonstrations, and interactive presentations. Participating chefs included Tim Byres, Tiffany Derry, John Tesar, Travis Heim, Matt Pittman, Todd David, Dustin Blackwell, Danyele McPherson, and Jesse Griffith. One of the largest events in the city of Dallas is held at the Main Hall of Dallas Market Center with both indoor and outdoor zones.

Taste of Dallas main highlight include Taste of the Neighborhoods, The Whiskies of the World, Taste Gardens, Taste Marketplace, The Gallery, The Family Fun Zone with amusement rides and petting zoo, as well as plenty of live entertainment. Over 30 bands and DJs perform on three stages.

Taste of the Neighborhoods features presentation of chefs and restaurants that are distinguished by geographical area. Bishop Arts District/Oak Cliff, Deep Ellum, Uptown & Harwood, Park Cities, Greenville Ave, West Village, and other neighbourhoods get their culinary profiles. The Whiskies of the World showcases distillers from around the world that make presentations for connoisseurs and whisky enthusiasts. Taste Gardens offer craft beer produced by Texas breweries and excellent wine. Taste Marketplace features local and national producers presenting their brands and products.

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