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Savor Dallas, presented by Goody Goody, announces the full 2017 event lineup and host chefs for its festival on April 6-9, featuring five events over four days. The 13th annual food, wine, and spirits celebration’s gourmet adventures include a smokin’ hot opening night kickoff in the Harwood District, a mixology-fueled cocktail party, a supreme grand tasting experience, and a farmer’s market brunch. Each event promises innovative culinary creations from local talent paired with drink tastings from across the world. This year, Savor Dallas introduces a team of host chefs, who will preside over the events and curate one- of-a-kind tasting experiences for guests. The 2017 host chefs include Chef Kirstyn Brewer of soon-to-be- named Chinese concept, Chef Katherine Clapner of Dude, Sweet Chocolate, Pitmaster Matt Dallman of 18th & Vine, Chef Graham Dodds of Wayward Sons, Chef Omar Flores of Casa Rubia and Whistle Britches, Chef Brian Luscher of The Grape, Chef Misti Norris, Chef Stephen Rogers of Gemma, Chef Nathan Tate of Rapscallion and Boulevardier, and Chef David Uygur of Lucia. In addition, Savor Dallas is honored to have Chef Chad Houser of Café Momentum as the honorary host chef of the festival, highlighting and supporting the vital work he does in the city and beyond by transforming young people’s lives for the better. “Savor Dallas is doing great things to support the local dining scene—and our community as a whole,” said Houser. “I’m excited to continue Café Momentum’s partnership with the festival, and I look forward to seeing everyone at the events. You won’t want to miss them—we have some really delicious surprises in store,” said Houser. “Elevating the rich texture of Dallas’s dining scene while giving back to the community has always been an essential piece of what we’ve set out to do with Savor Dallas,” said Alison Draper, president of CrowdSource, which has produced the festival since 2015. “This year, we’re thrilled to continue that mission even more with Chad Houser and the life-changing work he does at Café Momentum.” Tickets are available now at www.SavorDallas.com. Prices range between $55 to $400, with à la carte options and all-inclusive packages available.