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Upcoming Dinners: Andrew Wiseheart, Alfred Hitchcock, and Braindead

Three events to check out in the coming days and weeks.

CBD Provisions
CBD Provisions
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DOWNTOWN—Attention vegetable aficionados: CBD Provisions and chef Richard Blankenship will host chef Andrew Wiseheart of Austin's acclaimed Contigo and Gardner restaurants for a dinner on Tuesday, August 25. The family-style dinner will include six courses plus dessert and a cocktail from Midnight Rambler; farmers from Comeback Creek will also be on hand to talk about the seasonal produce they're supplying for the dinner. Expect dishes such as okra with country ham, hazelnuts, and shishito jam, and potatoes with farm eggs and beef fat. Seats are $100 per person including beverage pairings; call (214) 261-4500 to reserve. [EaterWire]

DEEP ELLUM—Lucia sous chef Justin Holt is teaming up with Braindead Brewing chef David Pena for a collaborative dinner on Monday, August 17 at 7 p.m. $100 per person gets you six courses and "more than six" pairings, all of which will be beers brewed within 200 miles of Dallas; expect large format offerings from Jester King and Prairie Artisanal Ales, plus the debut of two of Braindead’s own special brews. Email sam@braindeadbrewing.com to reserve. [EaterWire]

PARK CITIES—Henry's Majestic will commemorate what would be horror master Alfred Hitchcock's 116th birthday with a four-course themed dinner on Thursday, August 13 at 7 p.m. The menu is inspired by Hitchcock films such as Vertigo and Rear Window; dishes will include grilled lobster with kohlrabi and black garlic oil and roasted quail with foie gras. Each course will also be paired with a cocktail by beverage director Alex Fletcher. It's $75 per person; call 908-451-9598 to reserve a spot. [EaterWire]

Henry's Majestic

4900 McKinney Avenue, , TX 75205 (469) 893-9400 Visit Website

BrainDead

, Dallas, TX

CBD Provisions

1530 Main Street, , TX 75201 (214) 261-4500 Visit Website

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