2012 Taste of Dallas
July 13, 2012
to 11 PM
1300 Robert B. Cullum Boulevard , Dallas, TX
Prepare your palate for a weekend of culinary delights from Dallas’ top chefs and most popular restaurants. Sample the menus of restaurants you’ve always wanted to try. Steal a secret or two from top culinary talent at cooking demonstrations. Drink in select wines and learn about the winemaking process or stop by the Taste Tavern to learn how to make a delicious cocktail. If you love to shop, then you will love our Culinary Marketplace full of all your kitchen needs and unique specialty food products from homemade olive oils and sauces, to salsas, jellies, and jams. Satisfy your sweet tooth with some of Dallas’ most delectable desserts. Experience regional cuisine and be the first to try the next “big thing.”
But when we say Taste of Dallas, we really mean slice of life. Sampling doesn’t stop at food. Experience the best of what Dallas has to offer in music, visual arts, talent and more. Bring the kids and play together in the Kid's Taste Town. Kick back in the Taste Music Stage location. Shop for the latest gadgets and gifts, or take home art from an as-yet-undiscovered artist who just might be the next big thing.
One day admission at the gate is $8 dollars. Children 12 and under get in FREE with accompanying parent or guardian.
Parking is easy in Fair Park for $12, with trams that run from the parking lot to the front door of the event. Or, visitors can be “green” and ride DART’s Green Line to Fair Park which stops right at one of the event’s main entrances.
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