The two K’s must have cut some kind of deal with Ma Nature. Friday’s high is going to be in the 50s, with an 80% chance of rain. But on Saturday, when Klyde Warren Park Impresario Kit Sawers and Big Man Chef Kent Rathbun will be holding the Fifth Grand Taste at Klyde Warren Park, it’s going to warm up to the upper 60s (aka sweater and barbecue temperatures) with only an itty bitty hint of rain.
And as swell as the Park and Palate event was on Saturday, October 5, this one is even grander for those grazers. From 12:30 to 4 p.m. Klyde Warren Park will have “more than 30 wine and spirit brands, 40 of Dallas’ favorite chefs, and a beer garden to complement offerings from the popular BBQ Alley. A VIP lounge, music, pop-up shops,
cookbook signings,” (unfortunately, the planned cookbook signings have been cancelled due to Interabang Books run-in with Sunday’s tornado) “lawn games and some of the Park’s favorite daily entertainment make this ticketed party unlike any other in the city.”
There are two types of tickets to choose from. General admission tickets are going for $75 per person, while VIP tickets check in at $125 and that includes early access at noon, as well as complimentary self-parking and an open bar at the VIP Lounge in Savor.
Suggestion: Reserve your baby/pet-sitters, because this event is an adults-only affair.
And you do know that proceeds of the event will go to keeping “Klyde Warren Park clean, safe and active”… and free for all.
* Graphic/photo courtesy of Klyde Warren Park