Fort Worth Food + Wine Fest Fun Rolls Through Fall With New Night Market and The Parade of Lights Sees a Major Change

Courtney Dabney | Paper City

The Fort Worth Food + Wine Festival takes place in the spring, but it is rolling out a new fall lineup of events to whet your appetite first. Yes, this is food festival for multiple seasons.

Shooting with the Chefs, the fest’s annual clay shoot, is scheduled for October 22. Entering costs $600 per four person team. This is a rare opportunity to network with celebrity chefs and proceeds from the event supports local grant programs and culinary scholarships. Lunch will be provided by Del Norte Tacos featuring Rosewood beef.

Then, on Wednesday, November 8, it’s time for the FAR OUT Feast. This is an evening with chefs Felipe Armenta and Graham Elliot of FAR OUT Hospitality. The magical meal will showcase the flavors and cuisine of some of Fort Worth’s best restaurants, including Maria’s Mexican Kitchen, Le Margot and the soon-to-open F1 Smokehouse and Cowboy Prime.