MOCKINGBIRD—The reigning king of all Dallas food festivals, Chefs for Farmers, is coming up later this month, and John Tesar's Knife will host an all-meat kickoff dinner on October 22. Tesar will be joined by chef Renzo Garibaldi from OSSO Carnicería & Salumeria in Lima, Peru and chef Justin Brunson from Old Major in Denver for a six-course feast that will begin with charcuterie from Josh Smith of Massachussetts' New England Charcuterie. It's $125 per person; call (214) 443-9339 to reserve.
WEST DALLAS/OAK CLIFF—Speaking of John Tesar and meat: Want to cook steak like he does? Cameron, Texas-raised 44 Farms beef, served at restaurants like Knife, CBD Provisions, Hibiscus, and Al Biernat's, can now be purchased retail at Sylvan Thirty Italian market CiboDivino; they've got several different cuts including bone-in ribeyes and flat iron steaks. [EaterWire]
CARROLLTON—The newest Cane Rosso location is now open for lunch. Regular hours are now Monday 5-10 p.m. and Tuesday through Saturday 11 a.m.-3 p.m. and 5 p.m.-10 p.m. [EaterWire]
EAST DALLAS—Craft beer haven Strangeways is bringing back Sour Week. From October 12-18, the Fitzhugh Ave. bar will have a whopping 41 different sour beers on tap. [EaterWire]