White Linen Night Announces Lineup

Annual party offers first tastes of Henbit and Contigo Fareground

Photo by Zappy Springs

The 2nd Street District announced the restaurant lineup today for the fifth annual White Linen Night on August 5. The revamped block party will benefit Austin Food & Wine Alliance and will feature live music, bites, and plenty of drinks to combat the heat.

The lineup offers an exclusive first taste of Henbit from Emmer & Rye chef/owner Kevin Fink and Contigo Fareground, both of which is set to open at the Faregound food hall later this year. The wine selection will be provided from Jackson Family of Wines, Brewer-Clifton, Matanzas Creek, Carmel Road, Cambria Wines, Marquis de la Tour, Rémy Pannier, and Jean-Luc Colombo. Beer from 4th Tap Brewing Cooperative will also be served.

The full lineup:
The Backspace (desserts)
Bob's Steak and Chop House
The Bonneville
Con' Olio Oils & Vinegars
Contigo Fareground
Cru Food & Wine Bar
Henbit
Lick Honest Ice Creams
Lonesome Dove Austin
Numero 28
Taverna Austin
The W’s Living Room

Tickets are available online and will be priced at $50 for general admission and $75 for VIP, which will include access to the VIP afterparty at Trace in the W Hotel.

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