3rd Annual Harvest Feast at Hot Wells Conservancy

Image courtesy Harvest Feast Facebook page.

June 3, 6-9pm
$50-$2,500
Hot Wells Conservancy, 5503 S. Presa
hwc.wildapricot.org

Hot Wells Conservancy hosts the 3rd annual Harvest Feast, bringing together some of the most talented chefs in San Antonio. Some of the chefs cooking it up at the feast are Chef Stefan Bowers (Feast), Chef Brooke Smith (Esquire Tavern), Chef Zach Garza (Primero Cantina), Chef Jason Dady (JDRG), and Chef Rebecca Masson of Fluff Bake Bar in Houston and Chef Andrew Wiseheart of Gardner in Austin. Organized by Businessman Tony Davila (Davila Construction), Chef Robbie Nowlin (Citrus) and artist Justin Parr (Flight Gallery), the Harvest Feast aims to promote the natural beauty and history of the Hot Wells site and make it one of the top destinations on the Mission Reach.

In the late to early 20th centuries the site housed a popular hotel and spa where the hot wells were thought to have health benefits. The hotel is now in ruins, but it’s beauty still remains. The area is abundant with flowers and wildlife and provides the perfect backdrop for an intimate evening full of great food, people, and beer and wine. DJ Rasta Mike and Dooley and Pokell provide the soundtrack for the feast. Come out to support the Hot Wells Ruin and enjoy the charm of the historic site while dining on some seriously good food.

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