There is a little gem hidden inside of the downtown Ritz Carlton by the name of Fearing’s Restaurant. Owned by world renowned Dean Fearing, the restaurant itself is hiding a hottie in the kitchen. If you haven’t heard of him yet, then you are missing out on this culinary master who has a je ne sais quoi about him that gives one a taste of the butterflies. This chef is HOT so of course the Examiner secured an exclusive interview on Dec. 30, 2015 with the man who is dishing out culinary excellence and heating up hearts across the metropolis.
Heralded as a top chef in Dallas by multiple experts in the culinary world, it definitely doesn’t hurt that Mr. Dreyer is attractive as well. Climbing up the ranks, Eric helped to collaborate the widely revered cookbook entitled The Texas Food Bible, as well as attended and cooked at culinary events across the globe. His culinary expertise is sought after by top officials and event planners from Mexico to Italy most recently.
In our exclusive interview, Dreyer admitted to being a single chef, which puts him directly at the top of the chefs to watch list for the ladies. He is a hard worker, though, so getting time with this chef might pose a small challenge for the dating pool. Currently he is offering to personally sign “any copies of the cookbook” at the Fearing’s restaurant for anyone who would like his autograph. Also available are group cooking classes which will feature him at request for those who want to learn from his culinary expertise. To gain access to the chef for a cooking class, he said to contact “the event’s coordinator, Jessica Peterson, and she will help coordinate any private event or team building class.” What group of ladies wouldn’t just love learning from someone with such a great smile?
Tonight, New Year’s Eve 2015, Fearing’s Restaurant is having a New Year’s Eve Party, and you might just catch him mingling about outside of the kitchen at times. He has made himself available for the soiree to sign cookbooks and take pictures with patrons. If you get there early, and make a reservation at around 5-7 p.m., the meal is only $95 and includes a 3 course meal. The second seating begins at 7:30 p.m. consists of a 4 course meal, as well as a champagne toast, and is around $195 per person. Attendees will also be delighted by the evening’s entertainment, Johnny Reno and the Lounge Kings which will begin at 6 p.m.
To find this amazing chef, one doesn’t need to look far. He can be found at the restaurant, and also has a twitter and instagram you can follow. The cookbook The Texas Food Bible can be purchased both at the restaurant as well as at Barnes and Noble.