Dinner in the Wild

Wednesday, March 21, 2018
6:30 – 9:30 p.m.

Join us to celebrate Dinner in the Wild Curated by the Witte Museum and Boiler House – a culinary and content experience never before done in San Antonio. This exclusive evening of fine-dining brings together top local chefs and Witte Museum curators under the stars for a seated, multi-course feast. Guests will interact with chefs and Witte curators to explore Texas’ diverse, exceptional food culture and how land stewardship plays a key part in the past, present, and future of the foods we love.

Presented by

Chaired by Emily Bodine and Bo Conrad & Carol and Fred Reyes

Witte Museum Curators include Helen Holdsworth, Curator of Texas Wild, and Dr. Bryan Bayles, Curator of Anthropology and Health

Participating Chefs led by Boiler House include Jeff Balfour (Southerleigh Fine Food & Brewery), Tim McDiarmid (Tim the Girl), Jason Dady (Tre Trattoria), and Anne Ng and Jeremy Mandrell (Bakery Lorraine)

Wine pairings by

Entertainment provided by Texas’ own singer-songwriter Luis Rey

 


 

Make sure you don’t miss this exclusive opportunity at the inaugural Dinner in the Wild!

Sponsorship Information & Reservation Form

 

Reserve your sponsorship now, they are going fast! Sponsorships available for $7,500, $5,000, and $2,500. Choose a link below to purchase online.

Cuisine Sponsor

Entertainment Sponsor

Happy Hour Sponsor

Valet Sponsor

 

Individual reservations are $250 per person. Only 150 are available!

Purchase Individual Tickets

 

For more information on Dinner in the Wild Sponsorships and Individual Reservations, please call Alexandra Barrett Bynum, Director of Major Gifts, at 210.357.1922 or email AlexandraBynum@WitteMuseum.org

The Witte Museum would like to thank our generous sponsors:

All funds raised at Dinner in the Wild go directly towards underwriting scholarship funding for field trips at the Witte for San Antonio’s official Tricentennial year of exhibitions and programming.  Your commitment to Dinner in the Wild is a key component in allowing all K-12 students to have free field trips, including transportation, general admission, and specialty programming at the Witte.