After a successful first run, Texas Chefs Week returns to Alamo City this fall. Chef Jason Dady will host top chefs from across the state for a five-night toast to Italy at Tre Enoteca.
"It's an exciting time to be cooking in Texas," said Dady in a statement. "We designed this week as a way to celebrate these chefs and introduce their unique tastes and ideas to San Antonians. I've traveled throughout Texas to visit and cook with many of my chef friends, so I'm honored that they are now returning the favor to show some love to South Texas and our community."
Each night from September 6-10, a different chef will present a four-course prix fixe menu inspired by an Italian region. Meet the chefs participating in Texas Chefs Week below:
Norris worked at two of Dallas' most talked-about spots — Nana and FT33 — before opening her own kitchen, Small Brewpub. Get a taste of the Emilia-Romagna region in Italy with Norris on Tuesday, September 6.
Speer, formerly of the Uchi empire, is currently consulting at various restaurants while working on a new concept in Austin. He will be serving dishes from Umbria on Wednesday, September 7.
Dady is the owner of Tre Enoteca, Tre Trattoria, Two Bros BBQ Market, Shuck Shack, and more. Throughout his career he has racked up a slew of accolades, including Chef of the Year in our 2016 Tastemaker Awards. Dady, along other San Antonio chefs, will serve Tuscan classics on Thursday, September 8.
Chef/owner Uygur turns out plates of upscale Italian comfort food and hand-made pastas at beloved Dallas restaurant Lucia. He will take your taste buds on an adventure to Piedmont on Friday, September 9.
The former chef de cuisine at acclaimed Austin restaurant Qui is now the consulting chef for the Brewer's Table, a new Austin project. The rising star will craft a menu inspired by Calabria on Saturday, September 10.
Texas Chefs Week takes place September 6-10, from 7-10 pm each night. The cost of a four-course meal and cocktail reception is $60; reservations are strongly encouraged.