CBD Provisions Opens Tomorrow Oct 10


On Thursday, October 10, Consilient Hospitality debuts CBD Provisions, a modern Texas brasserie in the heart of historic downtown Dallas adjacent to The Joule Hotel.  Led by Executive Chef Michael Sindoni, the restaurant celebrates the natural bounty and culinary traditions of Texas with a contemporary point of view, a commitment to local and sustainable sourcing, and a passion for making things in house with expert technique and superb ingredients.

Open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner daily, with brunch on weekends, emblematic dishes at CBD Provisions include broiled Gulf oysters with absinthe-whipped lardo; little goat pies with stout braised cabrito; braised tripe with chorizo; head on shrimp and grits with ‘nduja; roasted Gulf amberjack with homestead grains tabouleh; and the soon-to-be famed Berkshire pig head carnitas.  Featured breakfast items include green chile pork tacos; buckwheat pancakes with house made preserves; and homestead steel-cut oats with Texas pecans, sorghum and crème fraîche.    

“I’ve always been intrigued by the culinary history of Texas—the big flavors, from smoky to spicy, and its multi-cultural influences,” says Executive Chef Michael Sindoni. “CBD Provisions is an opportunity to capture the best flavors and ingredients of the state with a menu that is modern and fresh.”

The cocktail program at CBD Provisions — created by acclaimed bartenders Chad Solomon and Christy Pope of New York City’s Cuffs & Buttons — features updated classics with a regional spirit, while the wine list showcases outstanding small producers from Texas, California and France. The beer program is craft and draft focused with a particular emphasis on the best brewers in Dallas-Fort Worth.

Beginning October 10, CBD Provisions will open for all services and is currently accepting reservations.  For more information, or to make a reservation, please call 214.261.4500 or visit the official website. You can also find CBD Provisions on Facebook and Twitter.


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