Join The Dallas Morning News food team for our first EatDrinkInsider event of 2020
Some call it the “finest ham in the world.” Others say that eating a taste of it just might bring you to tears.
And now, readers of The Dallas Morning News will get to try jamón ibérico, Spain’s highest quality of cured ham, at the first EatDrinkInsider event of 2020.
On March 5, The News’ food and drinks team will host a dinner at Enrique Tomás restaurant and store on Henderson Avenue. The Spanish restaurant, which announced last summer that it was opening up its first U.S. location in Dallas, is the source of the legendary jamón ibérico.
Readers will have the opportunity to meet some real jamoneros, also known as skilled ham slicers, and learn about the history of jamón as they try Spanish dishes and drinks. Food Editor Erin Booke will also be in attendance.
Enrique Tomás is located at 2822 N. Henderson Ave. The event will be held on March 5 at 6 p.m. and is exclusive to members only. The price to attend is $100 per person, which includes gratuity.
For more information and to purchase tickets, visit enriquetomas.dallasnews.com