Thursday, April 23, 2015

11th Annual Taste of the NFL Moves to AT&T Stadium

Party with a purpose for the first time on Dallas Cowboys home turf of AT&T Stadium as you help the North Texas Food Bank tackle hunger! Dallas Cowboys offensive line led by Travis Frederick, 2015 NFL Hall of Fame inductee Charles Haley, and Cowboys legends Chad Hennings and Preston Pearson are joining Abacus executive chef and proprietor Kent Rathbun and 19 of the area’s hottest celebrity chefs for this 11th annual event. So dress in your favorite tailgate chic attire and enjoy gourmet tailgate fare, signature cocktails, live country music by The Rusty Brothers, and a chance to bid on exclusive, luxury prizes at the live and silent auctions, all benefiting NTFB's child programs.
Sunday, May 3, 2015
6:009:00 PM
AT&T Stadium
For tickets:
Event Hosts: Dallas Cowboys offensive line led by #72 Travis Frederick, NFL Hall of Fame inductee Charles Haley, former Cowboys Chad Hennings and Preston Pearson, as well as Chef Kent Rathbun
Participating Chefs & Restaurants: Kent Rathbun of Abacus, David Holben of Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steakhouse, Jeramie Robison of Shinsei, Richard Chamberlain of Chamberlain’s, Ernie Mendoza of Suze, Skyler Gauthier of Pappas Bros., Braden Wages of Malai Kitchen, James Williams and Beverly Eskirdge of NTFB Community Kitchen, Scott Gottlich of The Second Floor Restaurant, Luciano Salvadore of il Calabrese Ristorante, Dunia Borga of La Duni, Tony Sinese of Legends Hospitality at Cowboys Stadium, Ben Fossman of The Oceanaire Seafood Room, Evandro Caregnato of Texas de Brazil, Patrick Russell of Max’s Wine Dive, Bronwen Webber of Frosted Art, Dwight Harvey of Off the Bone, Taylor Kearney of Nick & Sam’s, Diego Comparin of Paciugo and Spork!
Taste of the NFL: The Ultimate Dallas Cowboys Tailgate Party, presented by Nationwide, has provided more than four million meals to hungry North Texas children since its inception in 2005, by raising vital funds for the North Texas Food Bank’s more than 1,000 feeding and education programs.

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