Photo courtesy Dallas Arboretum

The sixth annual Dallas Arboretum Food and Wine Festival is returning this month, and Oak Highlands Brewery will serve brew samples alongside a selection food from Dallas chefs.

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Chef Sharon Van Meter of Beckley 1115 has curated a group of chefs for the occasion, scheduled for 7-9 p.m. March 23.

This sold-out experience offers ticket holders take-home swag, early garden entry, a champagne tower, a signature cocktail, exclusive wine and food tastings and a wine goblet.

Lake Highlands-based Oak Highlands Brewery will be at the event serving samples of their offerings. Other breweries, including Lakewood Brewing,Texas Ale Project and White Rock Alehouse & Brewery, will also be at the event.

Several Dallas restaurants are sending representatives for all other attendees. They include: Josh Healy for Cane RossoSean Jett for Humble: Simply Good Pies; Arturo Hernandez for Loro; Paula Lambert and Meaders Ozarow for Mozzarella Company and Empire Baking Co.; Misti Norris for Petra & the Beast; Justin Wern for Garden Cafe; and Aaron Collins for Cafe Momentum.

The arboretum is hosting a garden market 10 a.m.-3 p.m. March 25-26, where local vendors will be selling their products, with a portion of proceeds benefitting the garden.

Tickets to the food and wine festival cost $149 for non-members and $129 for members.