In response to the recent tragedy involving Dallas Police Department and DART officers, The Giving Table at Trinity Groves will be held Sunday, July 31st from 6pm-10pm at 3015 at Trinity Groves. Hosted by Sharon Van Meter, Katherine Clapner, Brian McCullough and Lisa Moore, the food and beverage industry unites for a family-style dinner prepared by Dallas’ finest chefs and restaurants, cocktails, live entertainment and a silent auction.
Participants include 18th & Vine, 3015 at Trinity Groves, Abacus, Bisous Bisous Patisserie, Casa Rubia, Chino Chinatown, La Creme Coffee and Tea, Dude Sweet Chocolate, Emporium Pies, FT 33, Flora Street Cafe, Fearing’s, Glazed Donut Works, Independent Bar and Kitchen, LARK on the Park, Lucia, Luck, Luscher’s Red Hots, Meddlesome Moth, Miller and Associates, Noble Coyote Coffee Roasters, Parigi, Patina Green, Pecan Lodge, private chefs Anastasia Quinones and Jonathan Thompson, Resto Gastro Bistro, R&D Kitchen, Rush Patisserie, Saint Rocco’s, Shinsei, Stocks and Bondy, Sushi Bayashi, True Food V-Eats and Zoli’s.
100% of the proceeds from The Giving Table will benefit the families of the DPD and DART officers as well as the Dallas Police Explorer Program, a youth program offered by the Dallas Police Department designed to acquaint young individuals with the nature and complexity of law enforcement by encouraging further education, participation in service activities and preparation for future rolls as citizens, community members, leaders and police officers.
Sponsors to date include 3015 at Trinity Groves, 44 Farms, Bacardi, Beam Suntory, Ben E. Keith, Belvedere, Brown Forman,, El Mayor, Fever Tree, Fresh Point, Glazer’s, Hennessey, On the Rocks Cocktails, Patron, Pellegrino, Prekindle, The Spice Madam’s and Three Branches.
Cost is $65 per person. 3015 at Trinity Groves is located at 3015 Gulden Lane. For more information and to purchase tickets go to http://www.prekindle.com/events/thegivingtableattrinitygroves.