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Boiler House Texas Grill & Wine Garden will partner with the Witte Museum in hosting the first of its kind ticketed dining charity event, “Dinner in the Wild.” Guests will experience an exclusive evening of fine dining centered around the “Texas Wildlife” theme, incorporating ingredients from the state’s land, water, and sky. The inaugural dinner will include an assortment of fare from top local chefs under the stars in the Texas Wild Garden at the Witte for a seated, multi-course feast. 

Participating chefs led by Boiler House with Chef Jarrad Gwaltney include Jeff Balfour (Southerleigh), Jason Dady (Tre Trattoria), Tim McDiarmid (Tim the Girl Catering), and Anne Ng and Jeremy Mandrell (Bakery Lorraine). Witte Museum curators Helen Holdsworth, Curator of Texas Wild, and Dr. Bryan Bayles, Curator of Anthropology and Health, will also work in tandem with the chefs and their courses to explore the significance of the South Texas region in the past, present, and future of this great state and how each person can have a profound impact on the stewardship of Texas’ land, water, and sky.

Boiler House Texas Grill & Wine Garden will partner with the Witte Museum in hosting the first of its kind ticketed dining charity event, “Dinner in the Wild.” Guests will experience an exclusive evening of fine dining centered around the “Texas Wildlife” theme, incorporating ingredients from the state’s land, water, and sky. The inaugural dinner will include an assortment of fare from top local chefs under the stars in the Texas Wild Garden at the Witte for a seated, multi-course feast.

Participating chefs led by Boiler House with Chef Jarrad Gwaltney include Jeff Balfour (Southerleigh), Jason Dady (Tre Trattoria), Tim McDiarmid (Tim the Girl Catering), and Anne Ng and Jeremy Mandrell (Bakery Lorraine). Witte Museum curators Helen Holdsworth, Curator of Texas Wild, and Dr. Bryan Bayles, Curator of Anthropology and Health, will also work in tandem with the chefs and their courses to explore the significance of the South Texas region in the past, present, and future of this great state and how each person can have a profound impact on the stewardship of Texas’ land, water, and sky.

Boiler House Texas Grill & Wine Garden will partner with the Witte Museum in hosting the first of its kind ticketed dining charity event, “Dinner in the Wild.” Guests will experience an exclusive evening of fine dining centered around the “Texas Wildlife” theme, incorporating ingredients from the state’s land, water, and sky. The inaugural dinner will include an assortment of fare from top local chefs under the stars in the Texas Wild Garden at the Witte for a seated, multi-course feast.

Participating chefs led by Boiler House with Chef Jarrad Gwaltney include Jeff Balfour (Southerleigh), Jason Dady (Tre Trattoria), Tim McDiarmid (Tim the Girl Catering), and Anne Ng and Jeremy Mandrell (Bakery Lorraine). Witte Museum curators Helen Holdsworth, Curator of Texas Wild, and Dr. Bryan Bayles, Curator of Anthropology and Health, will also work in tandem with the chefs and their courses to explore the significance of the South Texas region in the past, present, and future of this great state and how each person can have a profound impact on the stewardship of Texas’ land, water, and sky.

WHEN

WHERE

Boiler House Texas Grill & Wine Garden
312 Pearl Pkwy.
San Antonio, TX 78215
http://www.wittemuseum.org/events/event/dinner-in-the-wild/

TICKET INFO

$250
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