Burgers, beer and the blues await at a new festival
Food and wine festivals can often feel like eating competitions run amok. How many fried oysters can one girl possibly consume?
But we?re psyched for the upcoming Fort Worth Food and Wine Festival, a four-day affair that celebrates the city?s best chefs, food and drink with seven tempting events.
The evening we?re most looking forward to? The Burgers, Brews & Blues bash on March 29 at Edwards Ranch, where some 14 restaurants and 23 regional craft breweries will offer up their best sliders and suds.
The one burger you have to try: the Caca Oaxaca from Rodeo Goat. The patty is made from beef and chorizo, then topped with avocado, pico de gallo, queso fresco, Tabasco mayonnaise and--oh, yes--a fried egg. Plus, the Wynne-family-owned West 7th District spot is known for its cattle-pen dining-room motif, so it won?t be a stretch when they serve their famous burgers outside along the Trinity River.