We're thrilled to announce A Night of Art + Fare taking place, Friday, September 16 from 6pm - Midnight here at One Arts! Enjoy live music, art, amazing fare from our restaurants, games and much more. Plus it's a celebration of Jorge's Tex-Mex Cafe's 8th Anniversary AND Mexican Independence Day. Three celebrations, one night! Oh and don't forget, we've got free garage parking all night as well.
Here are the details....
On the night enjoy State Fair inspired dishes by three of our restaurants, each with a twist. Enjoy street tacos & margaritas from Jorge's Tex-Mex Cafe, country fried sliders & Old Fashioned cocktails from Proof+Pantry and Nutella crepes from YOLK! Plus you'll be able to enjoy SUGAIRE Organic Cotton Candy too! Want to enjoy the live music a little longer, dine at Tei-An or sit on one of the patios of our restaurants to experience the full menu of our amazing restaurants.
Two incredible bands and one DJ round out the night of entertainment options. First up, The Royal Beat Downs followed by Cassie Holt & The Lost Souls. The night wouldn't be complete with our beats by DJ Rick Alva!
Here's the schedule:
6:00PM DJ Rick Alva
7:00PM The Royal Beatdowns
9:00PM Cassie Holt & The Lost Souls
We've got three options for you! Garage parking is FREE beginning at 6pm. Our pay lot is just $6 or you can valet park for $5 with restaurant validation ($15 without validation). Check out our parking map here for more specifics.
We've got more exciting things planned so check back daily for all of the details or visit us on Facebook.
It's that time of year here in the Dallas Arts District and we love it! This week opens Dallas Theater Center's production of Dreamgirls, the iconic musical that follows the ups and downs of an African-American musical group as they journey to become stars. You know it for the iconic Jennifer Holliday belt out song... "And I Am Telling You I'm Not Going."
And we're telling you that our very own Proof+Pantry premiers a new Pre-Theater Prix Fixe menu featuring three delicious courses plus a cocktail for just $45 per person plus tax! It's only for a limited time until July 24th, but it's well worth it. Any theater lover knows how important it is to get in and out before dashing to a show and the guys at Proof+Pantry have you covered. Reservations are required starting at 5:00pm for the earliest sitting but no later than 6:30pm for the last, especially if your show start at 8:00pm!
Check out the details below and a sneak peek of the menu (it's only available until July 24th). And don't forget, reservations are required so call 214-880-9940 today and be sure to let them know you want their "Pre-Theater Prix Fixe" menu when you do!
Don't have your tickets to the show, there is still time to grab a seat. Visit Dallas Theater Center's website for show times and tickets.
This is one party no Dallasite dare miss. From Dallas' best local acts including psych jazz band Raché to premier Dallas DJ JT Donaldson and multidisciplinary artist Norvis Junior, One Arts Plaza’s Party in the Plaza: Cheers to Summer! is sure to not disappoint. You can even catch a runway show produced by the incomparable Jan Strimple featuring local designer PRASHE and of course do all of this while grabbing meal or cocktail on the patio at Jorge’s Tex-Mex, Proof + Pantry, or Tei-An. There’s something in store for everyone! For more details check out what our friends at CultureMap had to say.
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If you’ve never seen the original Broadway hit written by A.R. Gurney, or if you have, you do not want to miss LOVE LETTERS featuring Ali MacGraw and Ryan O’Neal presented by AT&T Performing Arts Center. Trust us, it’s not the same old song and dance. In fact, there is no singing. Or dancing.
The renowned actors who co-starred in the iconic 1970 film Love Story, return to the spotlight to tell, er, read the story of Andrew Makepeace Ladd III and Melissa Gardner through a series of (we’ll assume) handwritten letters exchanged over the course of a 50 year friendship, love affair and at times, hate affair.
Andrew is exactly who his seemingly distinguished name portrays him to be. The intelligent, cautious, over-achieving, mostly likable guy (albeit some prick-ish moments ensue) seems to have his five-year plan handy at all times. His counterpart is a well-to-do, free-spirited, ornery and quite often, self-centered young lady whose “live in the moment” mentality causes a bit of turbulence for her future.
The set is simple. One long, rectangular table, two spotlights (each shining on one actor), two chairs, two people, and two glasses of water sit front and center. The actors perch side by side reading aloud the letters each penned to the other as if they live in two different worlds. The two never exchange so much as a glance yet they share all of life’s victories, hardships, achievements and failures. The depth of their affections for one another is undeniable and flawlessly portrayed through MacGraw’s and O’Neal’s performances.
Treat your mom, your sister, your dad, your best friend or your significant other to a heartwarming show filled with love, laughter, wit and memories. Make reservations at one of our award-winning One Arts Plaza restaurants Tei-An, Proof + Pantry or Jorge's Tex Mex Cafe and make it an experience to remember. This Sunday, April 3 is the last day to enjoy LOVE LETTERS so get your tickets today!
Photo Credit: Austin Hargrave
Today's the day! Wake up, grab your kiddos, your girlfriends or your sweetheart and head over to YOLK for Charity Brunch Day! This month, YOLK is partnering with Mahila, an inspiring organization whose mission is to enable women in India and elsewhere, to advance within their communities. The four visionary women seek to garner funding for programs that empower women through financial inclusion, so they may work their way out of poverty with dignity and respect.
As always, any foodie who orders a dish or beverage off the YOLK. menu will be supporting Mahila. No flyers or "tell your server you heard about us" necessary. So spread the love, and tweet about your awesome omelet and Insta that short stack and tell your friends your empowering women world-wide.
Be social @OneArtsPlaza #OneArtsDining #MahilaDallas and @EatYolk
Remember, YOLK. is BYOB so don't forget the fixin’s for your home-made pitchers of bottomless mimosas, bloody Marys, sangria and screwdrivers!
One Arts Plaza’s neighboring Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts students, recently partnered with OAP tenant, charlieuniformtango (CUT) on an incredible project! The gifted juniors and seniors used their talents to freshen up the cutting-edge, digital production company’s chalkboard displayed inside their office space.
“We strive to support the arts in Dallas, and this is a fun way to support these talented students. Everyone enjoys the art so much,” said Lola Lott, charlieuniformtango principal/CEO.
“We’re grateful to have the opportunity to decorate tango’s chalkboard,” said Paige Furr, BTW Visual Arts Coordinator. “The kids love to do this!”
Charlieuniformtango is a full service commercial post-production facility specializing in creative editorial, visual effects, audio mixing, and digital production. With an impressive client list that includes Chick-Fil-A, American Airlines, Home Depot, McDonalds and more, it’s no wonder CUT is celebrating its 21st year in the biz. We, at OAP, are pleased they’ve chosen to call our offices “home” for the last seven years.
Shown (left to right): Booker T. Washington (BTW) High School for the Performing and Visual Arts students Vivie Behrens, Azra Zuniga, Lisette Ayala, and Jamie Lerman in front of their latest artwork on charlieuniformtango’s chalkboard.
Courtesy of BTWSPVA
Proof + Pantry's acclaimed executive chef Julio Peraza introduces us to a brand new menu full of bright flavors and impeccably-sourced ingredients. With a larger selection of dishes that adds more variety of American fare, guests can enjoy new featured items like the Soft Egg complete with cheddar polenta, and brown beech mushroom. Or try some meatier options such as the Kobe Beef Tongue Ravioli with romesco, duxelles and braising greens and the Short Rib Bourguignon with pearl onions, Thumbelina carrots, linguine and beech mushrooms.
Proof + Pantry's signature dishes we've all grown to love including the Half Chicken with polenta, sunburst squash and leek rings will continue to be a menu staple. Peraza added a “Sides” category, for those desiring a little something extra.
Ideal for evening libations with friends, business dinners, special celebrations and casual evenings alike, Proof + Pantry provides the perfect setting for every occasion. While remaining at the forefront of culinary innovation, Proof + Pantry continues its tradition of flawless execution met with the highest level of hospitality. We'll see you soon!
Join us tomorrow evening at JM Gallery for the opening reception of Illumination from 5-8 p.m. To celebrate its first anniversary, JM Gallery presents a collection of abstract, multilayered vistas by Michael Sutton and Diana Antohe that appear familiar yet exotic. Michael works in glass and steel to create images that evoke satellite views of a radiant earth. Diana’s hand-colored etchings offer intimate views of a dream world filled with balletic lines and glowing color.
Grab your friends, family and colleagues (we know you like at least one of them) and head to YOLK. this Saturday, February 20th for the monthly charity brunch benefiting Center for BrainHealth's young professionals' organization, Think Ahead Group (TAG). These 20- and 30- somethings are dedicated to promoting and teaching our community the importance of understanding the current and future health of our brains.
Nosh on some brain food like yummy banana-blueberry pancakes or the YOLK. berry bliss made with Greek yogurt, fresh berries, almond granola and clover honey. Don't fret kale lovers, we've got you covered. Dig your forks into the kale scrambler complete with farm-fresh eggs, sautéed kale, caramelized onions, tomato and goat cheese. Remember, YOLK. is BYOB so don't forget the fixin’s for your home-made pitchers of bottomless mimosas, bloody Marys, sangria and screwdrivers!
All day long, every patron who enjoys any dish or beverage off the YOLK. menu will be supporting TAG, which raises money to further research at the Center for BrainHealth that discovers and implements new ways to understand, protect, and heal the human brain. Each month, YOLK. partners with a deserving charity in North Texas and donates 10% of the entire day’s sales to that organization.
Before you bite into that protein-packed omelet, give us a little social media love and tag us on Insta, Twitter and FB @OneArtsPlaza #OneArtsDining @TAG and @EatYolk
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Come celebrate YOLK.’s one year anniversary of opening up shop in One Arts Plaza by joining us tomorrow, Saturday, January 23rd for YOLK.’s monthly charity brunch benefiting Community Partners of Dallas! In honor of YOLK.’s first birthday, our fave omelet eatery is serving up some killer specials like The All Star Breakfast for just $6.99 (normally $9.99) and the Monster Omelet Challenge aka double everything! It’s double the omelet, double the pancakes and double the potatoes. YOLK. is not responsible for double your stomach. Eat at your own risk.
All day long, every patron who enjoys any dish or beverage off the YOLK. menu will be supporting Community Partners of Dallas whose mission is to ensure safety, restore dignity and inspire hope for the abused and neglected children served by Dallas County Child Protective Services. Each month, YOLK. partners with a deserving charity in our community and donates 10% of the entire day’s sales to that organization.
All you have to do is enjoy brunch with your family, your friends, your favorite office-mates (we know you have at least one) or your board members (yes, even BYOB can make your chief losen up), and you’ll be making Dallas a better, safer, more loving place for thousands of kids in protective care. And before you bite into that stack of pancakes, give us a little social media love and tag us on Insta, Twitter and FB @OneArtsPlaza #OneArtsDining @CommunityPartnersofDallas @EatYolk
5 p.m. to 12 a.m. (kitchen service will continue until midnight)
Closed December 24-25
Resume regular hours at 5 p.m. December 26
Closed December 24-25
Resume regular hours at 11 a.m. December 26
Closed December 25
Resume regular hours at 7 a.m. on December 26
Closed December 20-25
Resume regular hours beginning with dinner service at 5:30 p.m. on December 26