Join us for our second annual Summer Nights Dinner and Fundraiser series. Participants will enjoy a local chef prepared menu, donated by each chef, with proceeds benefiting Taste Project and Taste Community Restaurant. This year’s chefs include Chefs Hao Tran and Dixya Bhattarai; Chef Victor Villarreal; and Chef Joshua Harmon.
On Thursday, August 15th, we are featuring local Chef Joshua Harmon.Josh has been a huge supporter of Taste Project and Taste Community Restaurant since its inception, and hosted the organizations first fundraising dinner in 2012. Chef Josh returns sharing both his love for food and our community. All served by our fabulous team of volunteers.
All sales benefit Taste Project and the operation of Taste Community Restaurant. Taste Project is a 501(c)3 non-profit established to feed, educate, and serve our community so they may “…taste and see the Lord is good.” Psalm 34:8. Learn more about our mission and vision at www.tasteproject.org.
Reservations available between 6:00pm and 7:30pm. Tickets must be purchased in advance. This event is BYOB.
About Chef Joshua Harmon
CultureMap says it best…
Born in Tennessee, Harmon has been exposed to a variety of cultures that have led to his “progressive American” cuisine. To earn his chops, he trained and staged at such New York restaurants as David Burkes’ Townhouse, Buddhakan in the Chelsea Market, and Le Cirque. His history in Dallas includes stints at Grace in Fort Worth, Savor in Klyde Warren Park, FT33, Driftwood, the Milk & Honey Co. in Keller, and Main Street Bistro & Bakery in Grapevine.
Chef Josh Harmon is Eater’s 2017 Chef of the Year. And he currently owns and runs the Bulter’s Cabinet in Fort Worth.