The following food vendors support the Red River Wine Festival.
The Gypsy Kit is to offer culinary choices that are as amazing, creative and eclectic as the people of Wichita Falls themselves. Our menu is always evolving and boasts a unique approach to tried-and-true favorites that are flavored by our global nomadic adventures. Our traveling gypsy kitchen opened in May 2012 and plans to grow roots in Downtown Wichita Falls.
Keeno's Jerky, established in 2010 is located in Wichita Falls, Texas, a city that is beginning to gain recognition as "The Jerky Capital of Texas.”. The land is rich in cattle ranching heritage and produces some of the best beef for consumption in the State of Texas.
WHAT SETS KEENO'S JERKY APART FROM THE REST?
Keeno's has been inspected by The State Of Texas. Our kitchen as well as our products have been inspected in order to provide a healthy beef snack for our fans world wide. Jerky samples are submitted to Analytical Laboratories for testing for pathogens as well as for moisture content. It's that fine balance of flavor and moisture content that makes our beef jerky so soft and easy to chew. We sell no shoe leather here! This is one of our biggest selling points. Our jerky proudly honors the tenderness and flavoring from Texas’ best steak houses, and we make the jerky fresh everyday.
Apply generously to meat, veggies, potatoes or rice for a special twist. Add extra zest to your barbeque and sauté sauces. Enhance the savory flavor of oven-baked dishes. Give instant pizzaz to pasta and salads.
From lavish to practical, our chefs get it right for every party, special occasion and business event. Choose from delicious hors d’oeuvres, entrees and desserts, all prepared fresh daily. Just give us 48 hours notice. Select from our extensive offerings or let our knowledgeable staff help customize your selection. Prices subject to change.
For over 60 years, Monarch Banquets & Catering has been serving North Texas as the full-service caterer. We provide all catering services using our in-house staff and select local suppliers for seating, lighting, dinner ware, sound and floral.
So you wanna know how it all got started? Three friends.
(And let’s be honest, probably a few shots of tequila.)
One idea: Share Border-style food with the world.
But why? Because Border-style means mesquite-grilled meat, fresh ingredients, hand-pressed tortillas, and sauces made in small batches. Words hardly do it justice, but when those three friends tried it, they knew they had to share it with as many people as possible.
So in October of 1982, they opened the first On The Border at the corner of Knox and Travis in Dallas, Texas.
On The Border quickly became the hot spot for great margaritas, fresh Border-style food and seriously good times in Dallas.
With business booming, the three friends decided it was time to share On The Border with more people. A lot more people, in more places.
And today, you can get your hands on fresh-pressed tortillas, chips as big as your head, margaritas worth their salt, tableside guacamole and fresh Border-style food, all thanks to three pals—and a little tequila.
The Southwest Dairy Farmers is an alliance of dairy farmers from Texas, New Mexico, Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri and Oklahoma. These producers have pooled their resources to provide consumer education in nutrition, to promote dairy product use, and provide dairy product information.
The Lake States Dairy Farmers is a group of dairy farmers in Indiana, Michigan, and Ohio. They are also concerned with nutrition education, product use, and dairy product information.
The Southwest Dairy Museum operates in an educational and promotional capacity for the dairy industry. The Museum provides the public with factual information about milk production, nutrition, and dairy products, helping to enhance the image of the dairyman. Dairy farmers direct and fund all activities in that effort.
A special working relationship has developed between the Southwest Dairy Farmers and the Lake States Dairy Farmers under the umbrella of the Southwest Dairy Museum. Working separately or together, the two groups support and complement one another and the goals of the coalition
Stone Oven Gourmet Pizza & Eatery™ brings the traditional New York style pizza to Wichita Falls! Owners Dane & Johnny are pizza connoisseurs in their own rights and have a picky palate for what they believe makes for a scrumptious slice of pizza. All our pizzas are made with handcrafted dough & gourmet toppings, and then cooked on a stone to give it that superior quality that you won’t find with the other guys. Buy it by the pie or buy it by the slice, you’re guaranteed to love our pizzas!
We are sisters, Chelsie and Aerial, and we have always dreamed of sharing God’s word while being able to do something we truly enjoy. We decided to start The Good Samaritan because of our Mother, who raised us on sweets and always baked and decorated all of our birthday cakes. She always had some gooey brownies, a chocolate cake or something sweet for breakfast, snacks, and desserts. Very nutritious. Not only did she get us hooked on sweets, but she raised us in a Christian home and taught us at a very young age to put others before ourselves.
In 2004 our Mother went to be with the Lord. It was the hardest time in our lives, but we have comfort knowing that one day we will see her again. We are truly blessed to have had such an amazing Christian woman as our Mother. We have taken what she has taught us and used it in our lives. God gave us a gift that we want to be able to share with others. Through our passion of baking and eating sweets we hope to share Gods love with other Christians and people who may not know what it means to be apart of the Christian family. It says in 1 Peter 4:8-10 - “Above all, keep loving one another earnestly, since love covers a multitude of sins. Show hospitality to one another without grumbling. As each has received a gift, use it to serve one another, as good stewards of God’s varied grace."
We plan to use the gifts of service that God has given us to serve others in and around our community. In Luke 10:27 it says "Love the Lord with all your heart, all your soul, all your strength, and all your mind. And, Love your neighbor as yourself." In Luke 10:30-37 Jesus talks about the good samaritan and what it means to be a good neighbor. We want to be able to do as Jesus said and help our neighbor, whomever that may be.
Every few months we would like to host a drive to contribute to a local charity or organization that has a greater need than our own. Everything we have is a gift from God and it is not given to us to keep for ourselves. We want to give back a little of what God has given to us. We now have a store front located in University Village at 2301 Midwestern Parkway Suite 114. What a blessing it has been getting to know our customers; we look forward to continued success!
Feeding Our Community Since 1967
In 1965, The Church of The Good Shepherd at 10th and Burnett streets provided a building behind its place of worship for seniors of the Wichita Falls community to gather. Due to the difficulty of locating the facility, organizers painted the entry door to the building red and gave easily identifiable directions, “go down the alley and look for the red door.” For the next two years, seniors met at the “Red Door Senior Center” for lunch and fellowship until a more formal location was established.
On May 15, 1967, the seniors, along with the help of several community leaders, founded Senior Citizens Services of North Texas, and acquired the Temple of Israel Synagogue located directly across the street, which became the new Red Door Senior Center.
Over the years, Senior Citizens Services of North Texas has made significant changes to provide more meals, activities and services to ensure a viable and healthy senior community throughout Wichita Falls. In October 2009, the Red Door moved to its current location next door to the Synagogue in the former Social Security Administration building at the corner of 10th and Burnett streets.
Also in 2009, the organization developed a strategic partnership to ensure that not only the seniors, but the children of Wichita Falls, never go hungry. Due to this partnership, Senior Citizens Services of North Texas changed its name in 2011 to become more encompassing, to simply, The Kitchen.
Today, The Kitchen's mission is to provide "nutritious meals and complementary services" to the citizens of Wichita Falls. The Kitchen now serves as the parent to a family of distinctly unique programs – the Red Door and Green Door Senior Citizens Centers, Meals on Wheels and Kid’s Meals, which prepares the meals provided by the Wichita Falls Area Food Bank’s Kid’s Café and the Wichita Falls Area YMCA day care programs.
Wraps, Turkey, Texas Ribeye Cheese Steak, Iced Tea, Grilled Chicken Tortilla Salad, Fried Cheesecake, Dressings, Dine In and Take Out Menu, Canned Drinks, Bistro Pizza, Avocado and Bacon Club