The Woodall Rodgers Park Foundation (WRPF) and VisitDallas today announced an innovative partnership that will complete the original vision of Klyde Warren Park.
The estimated $76 million project adds 1.2 acres over Woodall Rodgers Freeway, just west of St. Paul Street. This land will be used for a 20,000-square-foot pavilion that will house the state-of-the-art VisitDallas Experience Center, a Visitor Center unlike any other in the U.S., fusing “best in class” customer service with interactive technology that tells the Dallas story. The expansion will include additional green spaces and public gathering spots, assist with the Park’s long-term financial sustainability, and allow the privately-operated park to expand the more than 1,300 free programs and events it already provides annually. Continue reading
Perry’s Steakhouse & Grille announced that it will be relocating its Uptown location in late 2019. The established steakhouse is moving down the street into the Park District development at 2100 Olive St. Perry’s will occupy the two-story space below the Residences at Park District at the corner of Woodall Rodgers Freeway and Olive Street, with expansive views of Klyde Warren Park and Downtown Dallas. Continue reading
Savor, Klyde Warren Park’s main restaurant, is a modern gastropub located in the 5.2-acre deck park. Executive Chef John Coleman, a 23-year veteran chef, aims to serve simply prepared, fresh food sourced from top purveyors, offering diners a vibrant combination of flavors. The restaurant provides a chef-driven menu with shared plates in order to combine beloved pub fare with a modern twist.
A firm believer that food is social, Coleman aims to provide excellent food that draws people together to enjoy an overall amazing experience in the one-of-a-kind downtown green space. Continue reading
Klyde Warren Park is excited to announce the wineries and spirits that will be featured in its annual fundraiser, Park & Palate’s Grand Taste, taking place on Saturday, October 14 from 2 to 6 p.m. In addition to enjoying the best of Texas cuisine, guests at the Grand Taste will enjoy a tasting of premier wines, spirits, and beer.
“We’re complementing the creative dishes our participating chefs will be featuring with a wide variety of wines and spirits at this year’s Park & Palate,” said Erika White, vice president of events and programs at Klyde Warren Park. “We are deeply grateful for Republic National Distributing Company’s collaboration and the support of Klyde Warren Park.” Continue reading
After five successful years of fundraising and cocktail shaking, the Ultimate Cocktail Experience returns. Once again, the charitable pop-up event is bringing together bartenders, brands, distributors and consumers to benefit Trigger’s Toys. The organization is dedicated to reducing the financial and emotional stress placed on chronically ill children and their families by providing financial assistance and supplemental therapy to those in need.
Last year’s event raised more than $200,000 for the cause, and this year will aim to exceed that goal. Continue reading
by Steven Doyle
Food trucks have permeated our lifestyle and we are seeing them now so often we almost do not pay attention. In Texas Austin is the food truck Mecca, but we have our share in Dallas and they are doing some great things. Tasty things.
Sure, we can find the usual suspects at Klyde Warren Park, lined up dutifully dispersing good grub to the masses all week long, and the truck Yard has a constant rotation in their repertoire which keeps us on our toes, and there are other delicious hot spots across the city where you can scope out your favorites. We have even seen trucks lined up for parties, often prepaid by the host, and this would include weddings and bar mitzvahs. Those are always good fetes. Continue reading