Taste of HALL, presented by the HALL Arts Hotel, is a celebration of the Dallas Arts District’s incredible culinary community and a welcoming of the area’s upcoming restaurant Ellie’s, opening this fall at the HALL Arts Hotel. Taste of HALL will take place on Thursday, September 12 from 6 p.m. – 9 p.m. and will feature cooking from several popular Dallas Arts District restaurants, including two sneak peek dishes from Executive Chef Eric Dreyer of Ellie’s.
Guests can also enjoy signature cocktails, HALL Wine tastings, chef meet-and-greets, entertainment and more. Participating restaurants include:
Flora Street Café
Miriam Cocina Latina
All proceeds will benefit AWARE, an organization dedicated to helping individuals, families and caregivers affected by Alzheimer’s disease in Dallas and the greater North Texas area. Complimentary valet parking will be available for guests.
The event is Thursday, September 12 from 6 p.m. – 9 p.m. at The Artisan | HALL Arts Terrace and there will be complimentary valet parking at 2330 Flora Street, Dallas.
About HALL Arts Hotel
Developed by Dallas-based HALL Group, HALL Arts Hotel is an art-forward boutique concept set to debut fall of 2019 in Dallas’ vibrant Arts District. Channeling the energy and vitality of its surroundings, HALL Arts Hotel offers guests an inspiring stay, where the hospitality is new, fresh, relevant and personal. Located at the intersection of Ross Avenue and Leonard Street, HALL Arts Hotel will feature 183 contemporary guest rooms, 6,000 square feet of modernly refined event space and two distinctive chef-driven restaurants, each a culinary exploration with a menu as carefully curated as the art collection adorning the walls. At HALL Arts Hotel, guests can expect an artful, one-of-a-kind experience. To learn more about HALL Arts Hotel, please visit please visit hallartshotel.com.
AWARE is dedicated to fighting Alzheimer’s disease by providing funding and support to programs, projects, and research provided by non-profit organizations that actively help all individuals affected by Alzheimer’s disease in Dallas and the greater North Texas area. For more information visit www.AWAREDallas.org.