The Fairmont Dallas, the iconic hotel located in the heart of the Dallas Arts District, is excited to announce its Texas Happy Hour, offering guests a taste of the Lone Star State every Monday – Friday from 2 to 6 p.m. and from 11 a.m. to midnight each Thursday in the Pyramid Lobby Bar.
In addition to delicious bites and great deals on brews and other beverages, the Texas Happy Hour will feature live acoustic country music by Tyler Hammond every Thursday evening from 5-8 p.m. Tyler performs country music hits by Texan artists and more, adding to the already cozy and warm vibe of the Pyramid Lobby Bar.
The Fairmont Dallas, the luxury Dallas hotel destination in the exclusive Arts District, is excited to share several new developments, including its exclusive new signature holiday events, open to the public this holiday season. Kids and adults alike can “Tea with Santa” and his elves while making gingerbread and sugar cookies on Dec. 8 and 15. Experience the big day in a big way with Christmas Brunch, designed by Executive Chef Jared Harms, in the International Ballroom or choose to take home your own Christmas meal with “Christmas Turkey (or Roast Beef) To Go.
Or plan to celebrate Hanukkah with a new specially designed executive kosher kitchen and curated kosher menu. And for hotel guests, the “Trees of Hope” package offers with discounted rooms, hotel credits and a $10 donation to the Autism Treatment Center of North Dallas. Continue reading →
Texas is beef country, and Dallas sits directly in the heart of all things steak related. We love our beef, and have plenty of options when it comes to dining on giant haunches of cattle. Recently we dined at the Pyramid Room located in the Fairmont and tackled the 32 ounce bone-in rib eye, which is anything but subtle. But table-side, the chef can make an easy mark on the steak and allow sharing so you can also enjoy other aspects of the new menu.
After what seems like an interminable silence, the Fairmont Dallas invited the media to come and see all the new things that they have. On the inorganic side, a $10m renovation has seen the rooms upgraded and the Pyramid Bar given a makeover. On the organic side, Leigh Mills has arrived from Sous Chef at Big Cedar Lodge in Ridgedale, Missouri (a property which has been recognized with accolades from numerous publications including Travel + Leisure and Condé Nast Traveler).as Chef de Cuisine and Eric Burrell, from the Ritz-Carlton organization, as pastry chef. Both have a good chance to make a big impression on the city with The Fairmont – Dallas as their platform. After all, that is what André Natera did. Continue reading →