Table 13 Will Participate in Dining Out Dallas: Battle of the Chefs

Chef Luis

It’s a battle between good and evil—or more accurately, delicious and even more delicious—at Dining Out in Dallas: Battle of the Chefs from 6 – 10p.m. April 11 at the Frontiers of Flight Museum in Dallas. Addison-based Table 13 will participate in this epic event, where attendees can sample amazing courses from some of the best local chefs and bid on auction items benefiting the Texas Neurofibromatosis Foundation.

Chef Luis Garcia from Table 13 will be battling at the event. Table 13 will also auction off a four-course meal for 10 people, including an appetizer, soup or salad course, Chef’s choice entrée, decadent dessert and four bottles of wine—perfect for a girls night out or family get-together!

Guests at the event can vote for their favorite dish of the night and help determine which chef will be chosen as the crowd favorite. In addition, great music, featured spirit bars and wine and beer will be available for enjoyment throughout the evening.

Dining Out in Dallas has been celebrating culinary collaborations with the most creative chefs from the finest local restaurants for 23 years. The event offers a chance to meet select chefs and sample their house specialties, while also raising money for a great cause. The founding chef, David Holben, concept chef at Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steak House, enlisted his chef friends to share their culinary talents to benefit the Texas Neurofibromatosis Foundation, and this is now the signature fundraising event for the organization. Since 1995, it has raised more than $3.1 million to support the Foundation’s mission of serving NF patients in Texas. 

The Texas Neurofibromatosis Foundation is a nonprofit organization founded in 1980 to battle neurofibromatosis and to serve the increasing number of people in Texas suffering from this disorder. NF is the most common neurological disorder caused by a single gene, and it affects one out of every 3,000 people around the world. The Foundation works to meet the needs of people impacted by NF by providing comfort, support, education, advocacy and funding for research. Currently, there is no cure, long-term treatments or prevention for NF.

Table 13 offers vintage-inspired food, beverages and service in a distinctive, upscale atmosphere reminiscent of early 1960s. Guests can enjoy chef-prepared steaks, seafood and specialty dishes, vintage cocktails like the Zombie, Scorpion and Manhattan and elegant live music.

Buy your tickets Dining Out Dallas today for $150 per person. You don’t want to miss this one-of-a-kind culinary event! 

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