Fashionable Feasts at Highland Park Village

A memorable brunch series in Dallas celebrating outstanding women in the culinary arts

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    Left to right: G&G Style Director Haskell Harris, chef Amalia Scatena, chef Julia Sullivan, and Mixologist Kellie Thorn.

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    Gorgeous place setting by Emily Clarke Events and inspiring floral arrangements by Avant Garden set the stage for a perfect brunch.

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    Left to right: Leigh-Adella Bransom, Haskell Harris, and Hendrika Rhoad.

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    Left to right: John and Rachel Michell.

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    Left to right: Jeff Hudson, Brian Smiley, Courtney Smith, and David Powell.

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    Guests enjoy Murder Point oysters with a pickled green tomato mignonette by chef Julia Sullivan.

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    Chef Amalia Scatena kicks off the family-style brunch with duck confit, vegetable hash, and poached farm eggs.

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    Kellie Thorn serves up one of her signature cocktails, the Idle Delilah, featuring sherry, vodka, mint, and verbena.

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    Raffle prizes include Filson weatherproof leather Journeyman backpacks and a Beretta A300 Outlander shotgun.

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    Approximately 120 Dallas readers enjoy great fare and explore special offers provided by Highland Park Village shops including Beretta Gallery, Dior, Filson, Hadleigh’s, Kiehl’s Since 1851, Rag & Bone, Roberta Roller Rabbit, Shinola, and Theory.

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G&G Style Director Haskell Harris hosted exquisite brunch events in partnership with Highland Park Village, featuring a collaborative menu from chef Amalia Scatena of Cannon Green in Charleston, South Carolina; chef Julia Sullivan (formerly of Pinewood Social), who is opening her first restaurant, Henrietta Red, in early 2017 in Nashville; and mixologist Kellie Thorn of Empire State South in Atlanta. 

Special thanks to:
Highland Park Village
Emily Clarke Events
Perch
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