Dishcrawl Downtown Dallas
Join us for the Inaugural Dallas Dishcrawl to taste four courses at four different Downtown restaurants. Take your tastebuds on a trip around the world while walking a couple of blocks in beautiful Downtown Dallas. We will be stopping by some of the city's best restaurants where you can try some of their finest dishes with fellow neighborhood foodies.
We're keeping the names of the restaurants we’ll visit a secret for now, but follow us at @dishcrawlDFW for some hints! To reserve your seats, please register quickly. Tickets tend to sell out.
The meeting location will be revealed to all ticket-holders 48 hours before the event via email. Vegetarian options are available but we may not be able to accommodate other dietary restrictions. As soon as you purchase your ticket, please contact us at email@example.com and we’ll do our best to accommodate you.
We're sorry, but cancellations are only taken if given 48 hours in advance. Thanks for understanding! We dishcrawl rain or shine.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
ABOUT DISHCRAWL: Dishcrawling is a new way to discover your food neighborhood. Get to know your neighbors over an exciting culinary adventure. It's delicious and fun! Price of one ticket reservation includes all food for one dishcrawler (drinks not included).
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