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Tiu Steppi’s Steps Up for Restaurant Week

Who doesn’t love a bowl of handmade noodles, all eggy and rich, covered with a sauce made out of mushrooms or plenty of cream and cheese?

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The patio at Tiu Steppi’s

Steve Warner knows their appeal. His Restaurant Week menu for Tiu Steppi’s Osteria features several entree options, which you can get served over handmade fettucine, if you like. Mashed Yukon gold potatoes is another option, if you prefer.

Caesar Salad

Caesar Salad

Those noodles were a welcome nest for Prosciutto-Wrapped Chicken Florentine. At the center of the chicken breast meat, kept moist by the prosciutto, was a scoop of warm sauteed spinach, all of which melted together over in a cheesy sauce made with Parmesan, asiago and mozzarella. But even better were the oven-dried tomatoes that added a bright touch that cut through all that velvety sauciness.

Yellow and green pasta were the base chosen for the 8-ounce beef tenderloin, which was topped with gorgonzola, garlic and chives. The meat could have used a little more marbling for flavor, but it worked well with the rest of the ingredients in the dish, including a porcini mushroom sauce. That sauce had full mushroom flavor, but we wondered if powdered porcini had been used to achieve that, because the slices in the sauce looked more like cremini or button cap.

If you’ve ever been to Tiu Steppi’s on a Saturday night, Restaurant Week notwithstanding, you likely have faced a wait. When my colleague Bonnie Walker and I arrived, we were informed that it would be 30 minutes before we got an inside seat, but we were also told that we could start our meal on the patio. Thanks to a giant fan that kept the air moving, sitting on the patio wasn’t unpleasant, but we actually got our table before our first course arrived.

Smoked Salmon Carpaccio

Smoked Salmon Carpaccio

So we settled down in the air conditioned comfort of the cozy dining room just as our order of smoked salmon carpaccio arrived with plenty of welcome, salty capers on top.  It disappeared so quickly that it might not seem possible for us to have noticed how carefully layered the flavors were, but we did enjoy the tang of the lemon dressing along with the peppery arugula and bitter radicchio.

Our other start was a lively Caesar salad with plenty of anchovy flavor — thanks go to our waitress for pointing that out — along with fresh garlic, tangy grape tomatoes and salty Parmesan cheese.

Dessert brought the lone misstep of the evening. A dish listed as Coffee and Doughnuts featured cappuccino semi-freddo and house-made doughnuts dusted in cinnamon sugar. It certainly looked impressive when it arrived, but the semi-freddo, which is supposed to be soft, had frozen rock hard, and that forced the texture off balance, leaving each bite slick and overly unctuous. The doughnuts may have been made in house, but they had also been made a long time before they were served and had partially dried out.

The dark chocolate torte was an unqualified success, silky and rich yet light enough after that filling dinner.

A fine meal, pleasant service and steady air conditioning, so bracing after a day of manual labor, certainly made for an enjoyable  evening. But the intimacy of Tiu Steppi’s carried our fun Saturday one step further. The people around us were really enjoying themselves. A family next to us were visiting for the first time, and they raved about their meat-laden pizza, while enjoying the looks of the dishes that arrived at ours. That easy-going give-and-take made us really feel at home.

Tiu Steppi’s Osteria
9910 West Loop 1604 North #123

Coffee and Doughnuts

Coffee and Doughnuts

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Restaurant Week Begins, and Safe Rides Are Available

Culinaria’s Restaurant Week begins Aug. 16, and that’s a cause for celebration, especially given the large list of participants this year.

Kirby's  Prime Steakhouse


If you celebrate too much, you don’t need to drive home, though.

Culinaria has teamed up with Uber to provide safe and convenient rides for patrons enjoying dinner at any of the participating restaurants.

What’s Uber?

Uber is a technology company that created an app that seamlessly connects users with a personal driver at the tap of a button via their smartphone. Transactions are frictionless, ETAs are transparent, and route tracking is a breeze. It’s simply the easiest, cheapest, and most efficient way to move around town.

Click here to access a new user promo code good for $20 off your first ride during San Antonio Restaurant Week. The code is: SARW14.

Below are a list of the restaurants taking part in this year’s Restaurant Week:

18 Oaks
Antler’s Lodge

Arcade Midtown Kitchen

Arcade Midtown Kitchen

Arcade Midtown Kitchen
Bella on the River
Biga on the Banks
Boardwalk Bistro
Bob’s Steak & Chop House
Boiler House Texas Grill & Wine Garden

Brio Tuscan Grille

Brio Tuscan Grille

Canyon Café
Chez Vatel & Bistro
Cibolo Moon
Citrus at Hotel Valencia
Cocina Heritage
El Jarro de Arturo
El Machito
Esquire Tavern
Fig Tree Restaurant
Grey Moss Inn
Habanero’s Grill
High Velocity
Kirby’s Prime Steakhouse

La Frite Belgian Bristro
Landry’s Seafood
Las Canarias
La Paloma Riverwalk
Little Rhein Steak House
Luke – A Chef John Besh Restaurant
Myrons Steak House logoMariposa
Market on Houston
Max’s Wine Dive
Mellow Mushroom
Mid-Point Grill
Morton’s The Steakhouse
Myron’s Prime Steak House
Oaks Crossing Bistro & Bar
Paesanos – Riverwalk
Paloma Blanca
Perry’s Steakhouse and Grille
Piatti – Eilan



Piatti – The Quarry
Q on the Riverwalk
Restaurant Gwendolyn
Ruth’s Chris Steak House Concord Plaza
Ruth’s Chris Steak House Riverwalk
Stella Public House
Texas de Brazil
The Granary
The Fruteria
The Melting Pot
The River’s Edge Café and Patio Bar
Tre Alamo Heights

Tre Alamo Heights

Tre Alamo Heights

Tre Trattoria Alamo Heights
Tre Trattoria Downtown
Tui Steppi’s Osteria
Tribeca di Olmos
Tuk Tuk Tap Room
Two Step Restaurant & Cantina
Umai Mi
Va Bene
Wildfish Seafood Grille
Zedric’s – Colonnade
Zedric’s – Broadway Commons
Zinc Bistro & Bar
Zocca Cuisine D’Italia

For addresses, phone numbers and some menus, click here.

Restaurant Week on The Move
On Tuesday, Aug. 19, Travis Park will be the location of a Restaurant Week food truck event from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Participants include:

Cheesy Jane’s
Crazy Carl’s
Saweet Cupcakes
South Texas Grilling & Catering
Spice Sea Gourmet
Tailgate Bistro
The Duk Truck
Teka Molino

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Griffin to Go: Get Your Pink On

This coming Saturday is one of my favorite days of the year.


Think pink on Saturday.

That’s when Culinaria presents Rambling Rosé at Becker Vineyards, 464 Becker Farms Road, Stonewall.

During the two panels, set for 1 and 3 p.m., a roomful of wine lovers get together to discuss one of the most maligned yet resilient wines produced.

When the event began more than 10 years ago, rosé was not taken seriously by too many American wine writers, at least the pompous overgrown boys who drink only Cabernet no matter what the temperature is outside. Back then, pink wine was also thought to be white Zinfandel, that cloyingly sweet concoction that tastes more like soda than wine.

We would ask the audience how many people drank rosé, which is dry, not sweet, and very few outside of the panelists answered yes.

But something funny happened on the way to the winery. Year after year, the number of people who drank rosé began to grow. The number of wineries in America making serious pink wine took off. Wine shops began devoting more shelf space to these beauties, and sales increased steadily.

Rosé comes in many shades of pink.

Rosé comes in many shades of pink.

Most importantly, people began to realize how enjoyable a dry rosé can be. It’s the perfect summer wine, fresh and refreshing, youthful and vibrant. It’s great with a whole array of foods or just by itself. And that may be why it’s now my go-to style of wine for the 10 months of the year when the thermometer shows a bit of red.

Plus, they’re often affordable, though Chateau d’Esclans from Provence makes a rosé that sells for more than $100 a bottle.

So, come join us to learn more about all of the styles, flavors and colors that can be considered a rosé. Winery owner Richard Becker, sommelier Steven Kreuger, Bonnie Walker and I will all be part of the panel, which has also included winemakers, wine educators and rosé aficionados. We’ll taste a number of pink wines from around the world along with food from chef John Brand of the upcoming Hotel Emma at the Pearl.

The price is $25, which includes the wines, the food and some summer fun at Becker Vineyards. For tickets, click here.

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Culinaria’s Restaurant Week Steps Up Its Game!

Culinaria’s Restaurant Week is fast approaching, and this year’s event, Aug 16-23,  not only highlights many of the best local chefs and restaurants but now also food trucks. They’ll be offering their fare at a designated location at Travis Park on Aug. 19.

As an all-encompassing citywide event, all participating restaurants will donate partial proceeds to benefit Culinaria and its continued outreach initiatives.

Participating restaurants will offer an array of prix-fixe menus— encompassing both three-course lunch menus and four-course dinner menus within three different pricing tiers.

* Tier 1 establishments will offer $15 for a three-course lunch menu, and $35 for a four-course dinner menu.

* Tier 2 establishments will off $10 for a three-course lunch menu, and $25 for a four-course for dinner menu.

An island bar will be a first for Perry's.

The Island Bar at Perry’s Steakhouse, one of the participants in this year’s Restaurant Week.

Culinaria’s Restaurant Week benefits all of Culinaria’s community outreach programs, making each dining experience a charitable one.

This culinary adventure leads you to try new restaurants and also lets you support many of your local favorites.

With each meal ordered specifically for San Antonio Restaurant Week, participating restaurants will donate $1 from each lunch menu and $2 from each dinner menu ordered to benefit Culinaria.

San Antonio Restaurant Week highlights a wide array of dining establishments. Places such as Arcade Midtown Kitchen, Biga on The Banks, Bite, Bliss, Boiler House Texas Grill & Wine Garden, Boudro’s, BRIO, The Esquire Tavern, La Gloria, The Fruteria, Liberty Bar, Luke San Antonio, MAX’s Wine Dive, NAO, Palm Restaurant, Stella Public House,  and many more. Reservations are encouraged and you can contact each establishment directly. See the complete list here!

Restaurant Week on the Move!

This year’s  Restaurant Week on The Move will showcase the city’s best food trucks and mobile kitchens with the special pricing of $8 for a lunch special and $15 for a dinner special. You can find them in Travis Park, at a designated location, on Aug. 19 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.


Culinaria is an independent, not-for-profit organization committed to promoting San Antonio as a premier wine and food destination while fostering community growth and enrichment. Read more about Culinaria here


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Hot: Burgers, BBQ Sizzle for Crowd at Culinaria Finale

Culinaria 2014 Girls in line BBBThe sizzle of burgers, pits smoking, and the merciful existence of ice cold beer, water and lemonade gratified the hundreds of folks, who turned out for Culinaria’s Burgers, BBQ & Beer on Sunday.

Set with the backdrop of the historic Pearl Brewery building, the final event for Culinaria festival week showcased the works of cooks, chefs, helpers and beverage pourers and offered everything from spicy chicken wings and spicy  crawfish to grilled sliced Spam on burgers, brisket burgers and brisket quesadillas.

Chef Jason Dady and his crew from Two Bros. BBQ Market were serving up portions of brisket — and it was classic, with salty, peppery crust and luscious, tender meaty interior. No sauce for me, thanks — the beefy flavor on that ever-more-pricy cut of meat should not be muffled in any way!

Jesse chorizo burger Culinaria 2014

Arcade Midtown Kitchen’s triple-heat Green Chile and Chorizo Burger.

One really hot burger, courtesy of chef Jesse Perez from Arcade Midtown Kitchen was the chorizo burger topped with green chiles, dressed with a spicy sauce and salty crumbles of cotija cheese. I’d have eaten two, yes, but there was quite a bit more to come.

I was impressed with Green Vegetarian’s Earth Burger — my first taste. Once upon a time, a veggie burger was made with cooked, mashed soybeans, topped with slivers of onion and carrot and alfalfa sprouts. They were edible.  The Earth Burger has a good springy (I won’t say meaty) texture and flavor, and are a major leap above those we “enjoyed” back in the day.

Kiolbassa, it ain’t burger, but sausage is quite a classic barbecue item here in Texas. Far be it from me to pass up a bite or two of their good jalapeño or garlic sausage.

Brisket Burgers

Brisket Burgers

The Grand Hyatt put out brisket burgers, a using the flavorful brisket (85 percent) with a leaner cut (like strip loin) ground together after a little while in the smoker, then shaped and slapped on the grill over more smoke. I thought it was one of the most flavorful bites to be had.

Alamo Cafe brought brisket, for which we thank them. Not a purist’s version of Texas ‘cue, but a nice pair-up with Tex-Mex.  They served brisket quesadillas, cut into wedges and served with a refreshing spoonful of sour cream. They get two solid  “noms” for that dish.


After the event ended, the winners were in for popular votes for barbecue and burgers: Magnolia Pancake Haus and Jesse Perez for his Chorizo and Green Chile Burger. It was a great ending for an event that director Suzanne Taranto Etheredge said was the “best ever.”

Spicy crawfish from Luke sizzled with flavor.

Spicy crawfish from Luke sizzled with flavor.




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Keep on Food Truckin’

Messina Hof was one Texas winery pouring at Culinaria's food truck event.

Messina Hof was one Texas winery pouring at Culinaria’s food truck event.

A ham crepe filled with rosemary-scented Israeli couscous. A BLT crowned with a deep-fried soft shell crab. Beignets hot out of the fryer with a generous dusting of powdered sugar on top.

The line at Say.She.Ate waits patiently to eat.

The line at Say.She.Ate waits patiently to eat.

These were but three of the delectable treats people could sample during Culinaria’s third annual food truck event, which was held Thursday evening in the parking lot of the Alon Market off Northwest Military Highway. The event is part of this year’s Festival Week, which continues through Sunday.

A large crowd of people of all ages could be found strolling from truck to truck or from table to table in order to sample wines from Texas, California, Oregon, Italy, Portugal and other corners of the world. H-E-B also offered samples of charcuterie, fresh fruit, guacamole and more to pair with their wines.

There were plenty of activities for children, too, but the trucks were the main feature of the evening, as people stood in lengthy lines to try dishes such as the duck fat fries from Say.She.Ate and the duck confit tacos from Duk Truck.

Want sriracha in your Whoopie Pie?

Want sriracha in your Whoopie Pie?

SpiceSea Gourmet, Cheezy Jane’s, Crazy Carl’s, Slider Provider, YAO, Bite Street Bistro, Where Y’At, Crepe Nation, Rickshaw Stop, Stout’s Pizza, Dixieland BBQ, K Hill BBQ Company and Saweet Cupcakes were among the other trucks vying for people’s attention. The Whoopie Pie truck handed out samples of its sriracha-laced desserts.

A breeze made the temperate day even more enjoyable, aided by a refreshing beer or samples of well-chilled white wine, such as the Vermentino from Bending Branch Winery in Comfort  or the Chardonnay from Oregon’s A to Z Wineworks (also known as Gregg Popovich’s winery).

Culinaria continues Friday at 7 p.m. with the Best of Mexico at the Shops at La Cantera, 15900 La Cantera Parkway. For more information on this year’s festival, click here

Bite Street Bistro offers a soft-shell crab BLT.

Bite Street Bistro offers a soft-shell crab BLT.

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Spring Fun: Culinaria, Soul Food Festival, Crawfish and More!

Bluebonnets early 2014Spring in Texas is like no other: The bluebonnets and other wildflowers paint the fields and we enjoy our outdoor barbecues and brisket without breaking a sweat. It’s the time of year before we Texans hibernate and run for the AC.

Fortunately, it turns out that spring is also the season for eating and drinking, plus picking peaches and enjoying the outdoors. Get out your calenders and save these dates.

Culinaria Festival Week

Culinaria Pork Boudain and pickled shrimpOne of our favorite festivals of the year is, Culinaria’s festival week. This popular favorite encompasses a week full of wine dinners, food truck parties, tastes from Mexico and of course two of our favorites, The Grand Tasting and Burgers BBQ and Beer.

Culinaria prides itself on an “Eat. Drink. Give.” philosophy and being the city’s only nonprofit food and drink collaborative — eating, drinking and giving is exactly what they do. Being at the helm of the Chefs 4 Chefs brunch, Restaurant Week, the 5k Wine and Beer run and coming May 14-18, Culinaria Festival Week, are the main yearly events. Proceeds of help support those in need, whether it be scholarship’s to the Culinary Institute of America or food and drink industry employees and families in need of medical assistance.

Get your tickets by clicking here http://culinariasa.org/san-antonio/festival-week/

Gospel and Soul Food Festival

The African American heritage of South Texas is rich and vibrant encompassing music, food, cultural celebration community, and family.  The La Villita Heritage Society held the first Soul Food Festival in 1999 and brought together all of these elements. Since then, the event has become an annual tradition.

Peach cobblerThe food part of this festival is all about foods we all love, from collards to cobbler. The Soul Food Festival will be at Maverick Plaza at La Villita, downtown, 6 p.m. – midnight May 16 and noon – midnight May 17.

More good eats, such as barbecue, fried fish, collard greens, and peach cobbler will be served by local food vendors throughout the festival — and everyone knows that “festival” doesn’t really happen in San Antonio without the “feast” to go with it.

The event is free to the public.  The public is encouraged to bring canned food items that will be donated to the  San Antonio Food Bank. Proceeds benefit the Eastside Boys and Girls Club. For more information, check out the details by clicking here.

Head to Fredericksburg, Hill Country for these!

Becker Vineyards Lavender Festival — It’s a beautiful time in the Hill Country and the Becker Lavender Festival is one of the prettiest places to have lunch and enjoy the many uses of this lovely herb — from culinary to craft, medicinal to decorative. See more on SavorSA at this link!

Crawfish Festival — On May 23-25 chef John Russ of Luke will be hosting a crawfish brunch. Menu items include: broiled crawfish salad, grillads and grits and Bananas Foster. Tickets are $55. For lots more information on this lively festival, find by  clicking here.

Looking ahead to peaches

Pick your own, shop roadside stands -- or attend the jamboree in Stonewall.

Pick your own, shop roadside stands — or attend the jamboree in Stonewall.

Remember peaches begin to come into season in May and there is nothing like a bite of Fredricksburg peach cobbler. Head up to the Hill Country to check out some of the peachy stands, orchards that allow you to pick peaches.

Stonewall Chamber of Commerce Hall, 250 Peach St., celebrates Texas Hill Country and its peaches June 20 and 21. with the Stonewall Peach JAMboree and Rodeo. Activities include a community parade the rodeo Friday night and dance Saturday night. Plus there will be great food, a baking contest and music.

Find more about the jamboree by clicking here.



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It’s a Lively, Laid-Back Picnic for Chefs 4 Chefs

Waiting for the event to start: Culinaria CEO Suzanne Taranto Etheredge (from left), Daniel Durmeier and Bruce Auden of Biga on the Banks and Jason Dady of Two Bros. BBQ Market and other restaurants.

Waiting for the event to start: Culinaria CEO Suzanne Taranto Etheredge (from left), Daniel Durmeier and Bruce Auden of Biga on the Banks and Jason Dady of Two Bros. BBQ Market and other restaurants.

Chefs 4 Chefs, the local organization of chefs helping other chefs in a time of need, staged a pop-up picnic Monday night in the sprawling patio area at Two Bros. BBQ Market.

Jesse Perez and his staff from Arcade Midtown Kitchen get chicken ready for the smoker.

Jesse Perez and his staff from Arcade Midtown Kitchen get chicken ready for the smoker.

Though the throngs filled out three stretches of picnic tables stocked with plastic ware, disposable plates and paper boats, the menu was not like most picnics you’ve probably been to in the past.

Texas Shrimp with Chile-Lime Rice Noodles.

Texas Shrimp with Chile-Lime Rice Noodles.

Instead of cold fried chicken, Jesse Perez of Arcade Midtown Kitchen offered Marinated Smoked Chicken. The watermelon was there, but Mark Bliss’ team from Bliss featured it in a salad with crab meat and a crackling sprinkle of salt. Robbie Nowlin from Las Canarias offered deviled eggs with touch of curry and a piece of crispy fish skin on top.

Curried Deviled Eggs with Crispy Skin

Curried Deviled Eggs with Crispy Skin

Stefan Bowers of Feast spiced up corn on the cob with green onion-chile butter, while Jorge Hernandez of Qui in Austin offered a Spanish potato salad complete with fish roe on top. Steve McHugh offered some of his  Cured charcuterie while Mark Weaver of Tre Trattoria was in charge of an artisanal cheese plate.

Crawfish Boil

Crawfish Boil

Bruce Auden of Biga on the Banks offered a summer rice noodle bowl spike with chile and lime before being tossed with Texas shrimp, cilantro and peanuts. The evening’s host, Jason Dady, offered a crawfish boil with sausage, mushrooms and potatoes. Emilio Soliz of Two Bros. closed out the savory dishes with cherry-glazed baby back ribs and mustard-smoked pork butt.

For those with a sweet tooth, John Russ of Luke offered Ms. Cora’s Strawberries with rum-soaked pound cake and whipped cream, while Johnny Hernandez sent along Fruteria fruit cups, which many of the attendees were planning on having Tuesday morning for breakfast.

The money raised from the event will go to help a local chef who is dealing with cancer and, as a result, unexpected medical bills. Culinaria helped organize the event, which featured Branchline beers and numerous wine selections.

Happy, hungry patrons.

Happy, hungry patrons.

The Chefs 4 Chefs

The Chefs 4 Chefs


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Culinaria Gets Wrapped Up in Cashmere and Cocktails

Culinaria helped shoppers get into the spirit of the season Thursday with its first Cashmere and Cocktails fundraiser at Saks Fifth Avenue in North Star Mall.

An evening o cashmere, cocktails and fun.

An evening o cashmere, cocktails and fun.

While shoppers browsed the store’s extensive selections from clothes to jewelry and from perfume to purses, they were able to sip handcrafted cocktails and spirits and sample tastes from several area restaurants and caterers.

James Moore from TBA on North St. Mary’s Street served up a Christmas cocktail made with San Antonio’s Cinco Vodka, lime and cranberry bitters as well as a potent potable made with gin, lime and rhubarb bitters.

Jeret Peña from the Brooklynite on Brooklyn Avenue offered a cereal milk cocktail flavored with applejack and a fresh nutmeg grating. Another favorite was a combination of Prosecco with Solerno Blood Orange Liqueur.

Caprese snacks from the St. Anthony.

Caprese snacks from the St. Anthony.

Food included a black bean soup from Max’s Wine Dive, a quinoa salad from Charlie Wants a Burger, and Caprese salad on a skewer from the St. Anthony Hotel. Cocina Heritage Catering offered meaty sliders with a fiery habanero salada as well as a fresh salad with nuts and mandarin oranges.

Also on hand was designer Rebecca Minkoff, who appeared for a reception and handbag signing. The line to meet and greet her was long, as fans lined up to talk fashion.

Proceeds from the event will benefit Culinaria’s Education Center and Garden program.

The St. Anthony staff prepares snacks.

The St. Anthony staff prepares snacks.

The caterers from Cocina Heritage.

The caterers from Cocina Heritage.

Jeret Pena shakes up some spirits.

Jeret Pena shakes up some spirits.


Rebecca Minkoff (right) with a fan.

Rebecca Minkoff (right) with a fan.

James Moore from TBA.

James Moore from TBA.

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Welcome Fall with La Cantera Art Fest, Culinaria Brunch, Demos

The weather is cool and what better time to head to the Shops at La Cantera for art, wine tastings, chef demos and brunch.

LaCanteraArtFestThe Shops at La Cantera Art Festival is Oct. 18-20. This free event at the Shops, on Main Street, is a juried, open-air art festival featuring national fine arts and craftsmen displaying handmade ceramics, glass, jewelry, metal, work, mixed-media, paintings, sculpture, photography, textiles, wood and more.

Friday, Oct. 18: 5 - 9 p.m.
Saturday, Oct. 19: 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Sunday: 12 p.m. to 6 p.m.

In conjunction with the Art Festival, Culinaria will also host informative, fun and tasty opportunities for you to support the Culinaria Center & Gardens featuring music, chef demonstrations, wine tasting, and a Garden Brunch.

Culinaria Events

Chef Demo and Wine Tastings: $20 cash bar from 12 p.m. – 9 p.m. Oct. 19

The Garden Brunch:  $30  11-a.m. – 2 p.m. Oct. 20.

For tickets to Culinaria events, click here.


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