Support Us Button Widget
Sponsored Content

🥩 This event is a smokeshow worth seeing

Produced by a21, Heritage Fire creates an experience that guests can sink their teeth into by highlighting your favorite Austin chefs in the nation’s hottest competition.

Sponsored by
A Heritage Fire guest enjoying a meal.

From locally produced fruits and vegetables to heritage breed meats, there’s something for everyone at Heritage Fire

Photo provided by Heritage Fire

Get your appetite ready, AustinHeritage Fire is coming Sunday, May 7 and bringing along 20+ top Austin chefs alongside local farmers, sommeliers, distillers, brewers + barkeeps for an unforgettable tasting experience.

Sink your teeth into heritage breed beef, pork, fish, and rabbit and enjoy locally produced fruits and vegetables, all prepared over open flames. After indulging in each dish, guests will vote for the “Best Bite of the Day,” crowning one chef as Austin’s “Heritage Hero.”

If you work up a thirst after all those delish dishes, they’ve got you covered. The all-inclusive tasting experience features a variety of wines, craft cocktails, and beers.*

Snag tickets

More from ATXtoday
The new park area has something for all Austinites — young and old — with play areas, seating, a dock, and access to the rest of the trail.
We’ve got details and a map full of drink deals: We’ll be highlighting the vibrant beverage scene across Austin, TX from July 22 to July 26, 2024.
The New York-based bar’s debut is a sneak peek into 6th Street’s future.
Here’s a timeline chronicling decades of the nonprofit organization entertaining Austin at no cost.
The high-profile restaurant will bring in A-list football players to serve and socialize in support of the Fair Catch Foundation.
With construction for The Confluence continuing along Waller Creek, trail users should expect route disruptions for the next several months.
We asked ChatGPT which travel destinations in the US are most similar to Bat City. See what the artificial intelligence program said.
Ready for your lunch break? Check out these 33 lunches from north to south Austin.
Located in the heart of Old West Austin, Lou Lambert’s luxurious two-bedroom Castle Hill home is on the market for $1,650,000 now.
Make the most of good weather by taking your meals al fresco on one of Austin’s many beautiful patios.