Underground Dinner with Chef David Anthony Temple To Benefit Slow Food Dallas Community Garden

There are fewer than 24 spots left for the April 26 private, underground dinner with Chef David Temple. Temple will prepare a five-course tasting menu focusing on fresh, seasonal, local vegetables, and paired with fish. Chef Temple, who started his career in Louisiana before settling in Dallas where he hooked up with Tom Spicer, is committed to using the best local and regional ingredients. This particular dinner is $75 per person and is BYOB. Call now for your spot at the table.

For more information on Chef David Temple go to his website www.chefdat.com

2 comments on “Underground Dinner with Chef David Anthony Temple To Benefit Slow Food Dallas Community Garden

  1. We have been to a number of Chef David’s private underground dinners and if you haven’t been to one yet here’s a great opportunity to try one and for a good cause to boot. No matter what he is cooking – wild boar, sushi, BBQ, etc – it’s all delicious and in a very magical environment. Highly recommend!