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San Antonio chefs heading to the Austin Food & Wine Festival

13 chefs from local restaurants are set to be at the 12th annual food + drink fest.

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Snag your tickets for the two-day 12th annual Austin Food & Wine Festival in Austin, TX.

Photo by Charles Reagan Hackleman

Calling all local foodies and winos. The Austin Food & Wine Festival is returning for its 12th year on Saturday Nov. 4 through Sunday Nov. 5. Come eat and drink your way through this two-day festival featuring chefs, restaurants, and wine + spirits experts.

Even though the festival is in our neighboring city to the north (Howdy ATXtoday), festival goers have the chance to see 13 San Antonio-area chefs. Here are a few to check out:

  • Nicola Blaque (The Jerk Shack)
  • Kristina Zhao (DASHI Sichuan Kitchen + Bar)
  • James Beard Award-nominated chefs Diego Galicia and Rico Torres (Mixtli)
  • Jason Dady (Dady Restaurant Group)

Check out the full chef line up.

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Check out these San Antonio-area chefs at the 12th annual Austin Food & Wine Festival

Photo by by Alison Narro

Here’s a breakdown of the weekend:

  • Food events including Made In Texas, Hands-On Grilling, and Fire Pit, featuring bites hot off the flames
  • Cooking demonstrations + conversations
  • Food and drink samples
  • Live music

Tickets for the two day festival are now available.

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