Thursday, October 7, 2010

MusicArte, 2010

By Jerrell Sustaita, local artist showing at MusicArte

This weekend Fort Worth hosts the popular MusicArte. The festival highlights music, food, and art of Latinos and is enjoyed by one and all. It starts Friday, October 8, and runs through Saturday night.

Since this is a food blog, here are the highlights from the Sabor page of the MusicArte website.
Sabor! If you think you know Latin cuisine, think again and come to MúsicArte de Fort Worth for a taste of the Americas.

Enjoy the programs and activities our new Culinary Tent, where our first ever Chef's Challenge will take place at 3:00 PM on Saturday! Chefs from Cantina Laredo, the M Crowd (Mi Cocina) and one more surprise chef will take the challenge and will create a featured dish for judging. Wine tasting sessions and culinary demonstrations will take place throughout the weekend as well as tequila tasting each evening.

Feast at our new Pueblo de las Americas, a gastronomical feast near the Sundance Square Stage. Fine wines and beer, seafood with a Latin accent, and native as well as European influences are among many unexpected pleasures Músicarte de Fort Worth holds for the gourmand. Have your fill, then visit Mercado Central and take home the wonderful art of many fine artists.

The chefs at Ocho Rios Jamaican and Caribbean Grill and embargo will serve up great tastes for Músicarte de Fort Worth, preparing familiar as well as unexpected pleasures for a public hungry for Latin fare. And new this year, the families of St. George Catholic Church will prepare their signature tamales for MúsicArte
October 8 & 9, 2010
Noon - 10:30 PM 
MúsicArte spans 6 blocks in downtown Fort Worth, centered in Sundance Square


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