Bryce Gilmore

Barley Swine

About:
Barley Swine originates from humble beginnings: a farm-to-trailer food truck called Odd Duck that gained such a dedicated following, its chef was driven to open a restaurant. Since opening in 2010, tables at Barley Swine have become a hot commodity and guests frequently rave about the curated menu of locally sourced small plates and craft beers. The restaurant encourages sharing dishes with loved ones and has created an ambiance that fosters a sense community and friendship.  

Edible Austin Chef Auction - Barley Swine from Edible Austin on Vimeo.

 

The Auction Package:
A private interactive dinner for 10 with Chef Bryce Gilmore at Barley Swine with beer and wine pairings included on Sunday when the restaurant is closed to the general public for service. 

Restrictions: 
Date of dinner must be mutually agreed upon by the purchaser and chef. Valid January 2014–December 2014 with 4-6 weeks notice requested. Event depends on Chef availability. Sunday evening only. 

BUY TICKETS TO THE LIVE AUCTION EVENT HERE.


 

PARTICIPATING CHEFS
Click on Chef names to learn about auction packages.

Paul Qui  .  Bryce Gilmore  .  David Bull  .  Josh Watkins  .  Monica Pope  .  Brian Malarkey
Mat Clouser and Callie Speer  .  Tink Pinkard  .  Tatsu Aikawa and Tako Matsumoto

What We're Cooking

featuredrecipes 01featuredrecipes 02featuredrecipes 03featuredrecipes 04featuredrecipes 05featuredrecipes 06

Features

In the summer of 1998, Boggy Creek Farm co-owner Carol Ann Sayle, avid gardener Dayna Conner and Satay restaurant owner/chef Foo Swasdee were...

For a staple as old as early human societies, wheat has had a rough go this century. First it was calories, then it was carbs. These days, it’s the...

SPECIAL ADVERTISING SPOTLIGHT Discover the smart way to pack. Moving can be stressful, and the last thing anyone wants to worry about while packing is...

In a city that’s constantly growing upward into the sky and outward into neighboring towns, the new Austin Central Library was perhaps the most...

Austin has long been a haven for urban wildlife, but because of our recent rapid development, local habitats continue to shrink. A simple way to...