If you’re a foodie living in Houston, Texas, you’re in for a treat later this summer — from August 21 to September 5. A two-week-long food festival is set to be held at the Heights hotel in the city, and it’s sure to be a hit with all food-lovers. The festival is called “Commune” and was created by the Indie Chefs Community.
The hotel will turn into an “experiential dining compound,” and it will be unlike any other food festival you’ve experienced before. It will feature pop-ups, round-table discussions, and more. And the best part is the talent that this event will attract.
Already, Commune is set to feature top chefs, including Philip Speer (Comedor, Austin), Justin Yu (Houston), Brandon Jew (Mister Jiu’s, San Francisco), Melissa Miranda (Musang, Seattle), and many more top talents from cities all over the United States.
This festival will be like having all the top restaurants in one place. If you’re a foodie, it’s absolutely not to be missed. An exciting part of this festival is that the chefs don’t have to pay to join. Instead, their costs will be covered by Commune, and they will even share in the revenue from the event.
Of course, if you’re not in the area and don’t have the time to make a trip to Houston, Texas, then you could always order your favorite meal delivery service and pretend that you’re eating a five-star meal at home. Alternatively, you could be the chef yourself and use your top-of-the-line slow cooker to create a food festival-worthy meal for your family.