DALLAS (Oct. 23, 2014) – Staying true to his passion for locally-sourced ingredients, Chef John Tesar will host a beer pairing dinner with the neighboring Grapevine Craft Brewery at Knife on Monday, Nov. 3 at 6:30 p.m in honor of North Texas Beer Week. The brewery’s founder and owner, Gary Humble, will be in attendance along with Chef Tesar to take guests on a journey through each of the five courses and pairings planned for the evening. Highlights include the 44 Farms pig in a blanket with Dijon mousse and the award-winning Sir Williams English Brown Ale.
“I chose Grapevine Craft Mills because it shares our passion for quality products and the local community,” Tesar said. “The foodie population here in Dallas is growing, and with events like these we’re hoping to feed their desire. Literally.”
The dinner is $75 per person plus tax and gratuity. Space is limited and reservations are required by calling 214.443.9339.
Knife is located adjacent to The Highland Dallas on 5300 E. Mockingbird Lane and is open daily for breakfast 6:30-11 a.m., lunch 11 a.m.-2:30 p.m. and dinner 5-11 p.m. Reservations are recommended by calling 214.443.9339.
|The dining room at Knife with a view of the kitchen.|
|Grapevine Craft Brewery’s award-winning Sir Williams English Brown Ale.|
Reinventing the steakhouse experience, Knife is the highly anticipated concept from regionally and nationally acclaimed, James Beard-nominated and Bravo’s “Top Chef” contestant Chef John Tesar and named to Esquire magazine’s best new restaurants 2014. Offering high-quality, exceptional meats from Texan ranchers and farmers, Knife features dry-aged classic and prime cuts as well as specialty cuts such as chuck flap, outside skirt, culotte, beef cheeks, oxtail and Akuaushi beef. Knife’s extensive charcuterie program and raw bar selections as well as house made pasta, vegetarian and seafood dishes, takes it beyond the steakhouse. Chef de Cuisine Jeffrey Kent, a visionary in the culinary industry who has worked with Tesar on-and-off throughout the past 20 years, drives the kitchen. Master Pastry Chef David Collier, of the award-winning Spoon Bar & Kitchen, reinvents classic desserts while sommelier Sabrina Snodderley leads the wine program. Designed by Breckinridge/Taylor, the decor modernizes traditional steakhouse elements and complements Tesar’s culinary artistry with an equally artistic and appealing design featuring rustic chandeliers, rich fabrics and leather upholstery. Knife is open daily for breakfast 6:30-11 a.m., lunch 11 a.m.-2:30 p.m. and dinner 5-11 p.m. Visit knifedallas.com for more information and keep up with Knife events and news on Facebook and Twitter.
For reservations, call 214.443.9339.
ABOUT GRAPEVINE CRAFT BREWERY
Founded by home brewer Gary Humble in September of 2012, Grapevine Craft Brewery is focused on producing traditional, well-crafted local beers and giving back to the community it’s involved in. With its Sir William’s English Brown Ale being recognized as the “Best Beer in Dallas” by D Magazine in 2014, and winning the 2014 Great American Beer Festival® Gold Medal for English-Style Brown Ale, Grapevine prides itself on the consistent quality of its beers and the approachability of the flavors within them. Currently located in Farmers Branch, Texas, construction is underway on its upcoming 10,300 square-foot brewery, taproom and outdoor beer garden in its namesake town of Grapevine. For more information, please visit www.grapevineontap.com or call (817)-823-7225. Like Grapevine Brewery on Facebook and Twitter.
ABOUT GARY HUMBLE
Grapevine Craft Brewery Founder and CEO Gary Humble is an entrepreneur at heart with a love for the community of Grapevine, Texas. Devoted husband and father of two, Humble started the brewery with a passion for great beer and to give back to his community. Five percent of all profits from the brewery go back to help fund nonprofits and organizations that are making a meaningful impact in the Grapevine community and surrounding areas. Humble is active in the business community and acts as a board member on the Grapevine Parks & Recreation Department Advisory Board.