Wednesday, November 3, 2010
AT&T Performing Arts Center launches pre-paid program with area restaurants
Patrons can make reservations and pre-pay for dinner when they buy their tickets.
DALLAS The AT&T Performing Arts Center has launched a new dining program called "Need to Eat?" that allows patrons to make reservations and pre-pay for their dining at area restaurants at the same time they purchase their tickets for performances at the Center. The 13 restaurants participating in the program, located in close proximity to the Center in the Dallas Arts District, downtown and uptown, have created fixed-price, three-course meals at a variety of price points that are designed for theatre-going patrons.
The dining packages range from $35 to $75 per person, including tax and gratuity (alcoholic beverages must be purchased separately at the restaurant).
Patrons may purchase their dining package at the same time they purchase tickets through the AT&T Performing Arts Center Box Office at 214-880-0202 or online. Patrons confirm their reservation time with their selected restaurant, although most restaurants recommend dining two hours prior to curtain time. The program has launched with 13 participating restaurants and will cap at 15.
"When coming to a performance at the AT&T Performing Arts Center, many of our patrons like to make it a special evening, including dinner before the show," said Keri Kaiser, vice president of sponsorship, marketing and sales at the AT&T PAC. "We want our audiences to have great experiences at the Center, and the 'Need to Eat?' dining program helps achieve this by providing convenient, one-stop planning and shopping, as well as access to a variety of Dallas' best restaurants and the opportunity to enjoy a great dinner without missing a minute of the performance."
Source: AT&T Performing Arts Center
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