Artizone’s Dinner in a Garden

by Crave Staff        photo by Steven Doyle, Dallas’ own online shopping website and home delivery service has paired up with David Anthony Temple (aka Chef DAT) and Tom Spicer for “Dinner in the Garden,” Sunday, October 30 at 5pm benefitting The Family Place.

Using the freshest produce from Artizone supported local farms including Spiceman’s FM 1410, artisanal shops and small businesses, Chef DAT will compose a one of a kind dinner concerto in 5 movements, to be performed in Spiceman’s urban garden with an orchestra of wines to match.             

Dinner in the Garden is organized by Helping Hands, a social and fundraising auxiliary of The Family Place, the largest family violence service provider in the Dallas area. The group of civic-minded professionals that provide fundraising and volunteer resources to The Family Place, help support its mission to eliminate family violence through intervention and proactive prevention, extensive community education and advocacy, and assistance for victims and their families.

Cost is $100 per person and you may buy your tickets at this website.

Tickets are required and seating is limited. Spiceman’s FM 1410 is located at 1410 North Fitzhugh Avenue, near Bryan Street. For more information call 214-325-4642.

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