Eat Drink Local 2019

Join us on a journey with local connoisseurs to deepen your culinary knowledge through our exclusive hands-on workshops. As our local food economy has grown stronger and more connected than ever, we realize the value in getting back to the basics. Over the past eleven years, Eat Drink Local has served to encourage support for farm-to-table restaurants and home cooking with local, seasonal ingredients. We can’t wait to embark on another local food exploration with our community.



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Seasons of Wine

with Wine for the People

Wednesday, April 3

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Join us on an Eat Drink Local journey through Texas wines and the full process from vine to bottle, guided by Sommelier/Winemaker Rae Wilson from Wine For the People. Sip and savor a line-up of her locally grown and produced productions, The Grower Project and Dandy Rosé as we discuss the growing schedule, winemaking process and behind-the-scenes life of the wines and their vineyards. Pink Avocado will be providing local and seasonal lite bites designed to pair with the wines.

Palm Door on Sabine — 401 Sabine St.



Lone Star Cheese Tasting

with Antonelli's Cheese

Thursday, May 2

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Join us at Antonelli's to learn all about Texas cheese. Antonelli's cheesemongers will guide us through a tasting of seven Texas cheeses with beverage pairings, Easy Tiger bread, olives and nuts for accompaniments. This guided tasting is a private event just for us in their 104-year old Cheese House, nestled in the historic Hyde Park neighborhood.

Antonelli's Cheese House — 500 Park Blvd.


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