It's a great event that has tempted the taste buds of Amarillioan for years and it is back again.

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Get ready to eat to fill that desire to try multiple restaurants in one location. Restaurant Round-up is back.

Guests will be able to visit multiple restaurants all in one location sampling some of their best dishes.   Plus wash it down with some amazing wines.  Over 50 restaurants and wineries will be represented in this year's Restaurant Roundup.

Not only do they have food and wine, but they also have some amazing entertainment.

Top Chef Amarillo will be going down at the event as well, where some of the top chefs in Amarillo will be competing for the crown. Addison Hinn with Cask & Cork currently holds the crown but will be competing against Marcus Snead with Baby Crush and Mikey Foster with Mickey's in Canyon.  This competition gets hot and you'll be at the edge of the kitchen stadium seat waiting to see who will come out on top.   Plus local high school culinary students will be competing in the Burger and Shake Bash.  This competition will be practice for the students as they will compete in the Texas ProStart

Once you're full of all the delicious restaurant goodness you can work it off on the dance floor, dancing the night away to Insufficient Funds.


  1. Fill out the form
  2. Then check your email Thursday morning to see if you have won!

Restaurant Roundup is brought to you by the Panhandle Chapter of the Texas Restaurant Association.

The event will take place this Thursday, March 2nd at the Rex Baxter Building on the Tri-State Fair Grounds.  Tickets are $40 and may be purchased in advance at any La Fiesta location, Joe Taco or Macaroni Joe's, Lost Cajun, or Panhandle Tickets online here.  You can also purchase tickets at the door.  Bring in 3 cans of food for Faith City Mission and receive a free wine glass.

Proceeds from the event will benefit Meals on Wheels, Kid's Cafe, Snack Pak for Kids, Faith City Mission, and local high school culinary classes and scholarships.

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