Tuesday, January 22, 2013
Dishcrawl Dallas kicks off inaugural adventure Downtown at Chesterfield
Crawl, walk, or hop-skip-and-jump through Dallas'delectable Downtown.
DOWNTOWN DALLAS Long-rumored to hold the title for the largest number of restaurants per capita, and the home of a number of world-famous “celebuchefs,” Dallas is a well-established food city. So one can only wonder why it has taken so long for us to join a growing number of international North American cities as the next Dishcrawl hot spot. Tuesday night, Dishcrawl Dallas kicks off its inaugural event, sauntering through Downtown on a culinary excursion through four culturally diverse restaurants.
The premise is simple: Like a more well-known “bar crawl,” guests navigate their way from restaurant to restaurant, stopping in for one of four courses. Tickets are $45, and that includes food, but not drinks, for four courses. The locations are kept under lock and key, though we've got classified information that it will kick off at The Chesterfield. Each of the following three restaurants will be both within walking distance of The Chesterfield and of a similar caliber or above, said Dishcrawl Ambassador Constance Hannon.
“Dishcrawl focuses on introducing food lovers not only to restaurants’ signature dishes, but also to the chefs and owners behind those dishes,” Hannon said. The idea is to create a stronger community based around a city’s unique restaurant vibe and to encourage engagement among that network. Tickets may be purchased online, but if you happen to miss out on the event, two more have already been scheduled for February. While reps are mum about the other participating restaurants, organizers have left photo clues posted on both the Facebook page and on Twitter.
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