The Fort Worth Wine & Food Festival is one of the nation’s best culinary events. Here’s the chef line-up (and where to find those incredible “Double Zero” Margaritas this year)

| Mike Hiller | Escape Hatch Dallas

The Fort Worth Food + Wine Festival returns to Cowtown for its annual four-day weekend run Thursday, March 30 to Sunday, April 2.

Among the featured events this year: (in addition to Mesero serving their zero-sugar, zero-carb “Double Zero” Margaritas)

Noche del Soul | 6:30-8:30 p.m. | The Fort Worth Club | $195 | It’s self-proclaimed “celebrity chef” Tiffany Derry and Fort Worth chef Juan Rodriguez creating a dinner that fuses Southern heritage with Mexican flavors.

Tacos + Tequila | 8-10 p.m. | Heart of the Ranch at Clearfork | $55 

Friday, March 31

  • The Main Event | 6:30-9 p.m. | Heart of the Ranch at Clearfork | $135 | local food, plenty of liqour.
  • Night Market | 9-11 p.m. | Whiskey Ranch | $65 | Global streetfood. Pretend your’e at Epcot, only you’re walking around with liqour in one hand, food in the other.
  • Rise + Dine | 11 a.m.-2 p.m. | Heart of the Ranch at Clearfork | $85 | Brunch. For three hours. With people you don’t know. And no tables.
  • Burgers, Brews + Blues | 6-9 p.m. | Heart of the Ranch at Clearfork | $85-$129 | Burgers, beer, music. Usually sun, too.

Sunday, April 2

  • Ring of Fire | 1-5 p.m. | Heart of the Ranch at Clearfork | $85-$129 | Smoked meats, more brews, no one goes hungry (unless you dont eat meat or drink alcohol)

The event raises funds for Fort Worth Food + Wine Foundation, a nonprofit that benefits local grant programs and culinary scholarships.

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