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2017 Taste of the Cowboys

Cane Rosso will be a featured restaurant at Taste of the Cowboys, and will open a location at The Star later this year

The North Texas Food Bank and the Dallas Cowboys will host the 2017 Taste of the Cowboys, presented by Caliber Collision, on Sunday, May 7 at The Ford Center at The Star in Frisco. The event will benefit the North Texas Food Bank, and will be the largest charity event held at The Star since its opening last year.

This year's Taste of the Cowboys will feature past and present Cowboys players – including Travis Frederick, Chad Hennings, and Preston Pearson, plus live entertainment from Reckless Kelly.

Event-goers will have the opportunity to partake in tailgate food stations featuring 30 different restaurants and chefs, including Lockhart Smokehouse, Cane Rosso, Perry's Steakhouse, and Tupelo Honey. (Here is a full list of participating restaurants.)

The evening will also include both a live and a silent auction.

Event proceeds will benefit NTFB's Child Programs, which assist in providing food access to the one in four North Texas Children who could use food assistance. Last year's event provided access to 1.28 million meals for kids in need.

Update: As of today, tickets are sold out, but you can still bid on auction items (for a good cause) online.



PRESENTED BY CALIBER COLLISION
Ford Center at The Star
9 Cowboys Way
Frisco, Texas 75034
May 7, 2017 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm VIP
6:00 pm – 10:00 pm – Main Event

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  1. The place itself looks great with good pub area, and a much larger upstairs beer hall. Nice decor at event space NYC with brick walls, wooden bench seating, and chalkboard beer lists showing off the day's selections.

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