Brave the Cold and Head Out to the Annual Hot Wells Harvest Feast

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ANDREW LOPEZ
  • Andrew Lopez
Weather delays may have pushed this sixth annual Harvest Feast back to Mission County Park, but the most high-low event of the year is back with more chefs and more bites. The project first organized by chef Robbie Nowlin and artist Justin Parr outside the artist’s shipping container home on the grounds of Hot Wells has grown to include more than 30 participating restaurants and personalities.

This year, look forward to dishes from the Jason Dady Restaurant Group, Smoke Shack Meat Market, Botika, Meadow, The Cookhouse, Bud’s Southern Rotisserie, Treaty Oak Distillery, Maverick Texas Brasserie, Folklores, Eastside Kitchenette, Say She Ate, The Good Kind, Fluff Bake Bar, The Box Street Social, Swine House, Southerleigh Fine Food & Brewery, Still Golden Social House, Brooks Embassy Suites, Periphery, Sofia Tejeda, Cruz Catering, Hugh Daschbach, H-Que Ice House, Silo at the Fairmount, Naibor, Pulp, Crossroads Kitchen and Jenn Riesman along with Austin’s Loro and Contigo, Los Angeles’ Otium, and Dallas’ Whistle Britches.



Proceeds benefit the Hot Wells Conservancy, and you can get a glimpse of the progress from the new location. Make sure to bundle up!

$75, Wed Nov. 14, 6-10pm, Mission County Park, 6032 Padre Drive, eventbrite.com.
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