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Living In An International Culinary District

eMediaWire—You don't have to travel far to experience the taste of award-winning global cuisine in Texas. One Arts Plaza is the one address in Texas where people experience an international culinary district without flying thousands of miles away. Anchoring the Dallas Arts District, the largest urban arts district in the United States, the luxury One Arts Plaza development brings together fine arts and performing arts with the culinary arts to create an international experience for tenants and visitors alike.

Where to Eat After Tut

So, you've spent the last couple of hours perusing the DMA. You feel like Indiana Jones, head filled with images of pharaohs, scarabs and jewels. The only problem now...you're starving! Our friends over at D Magazine were kind enough to offer up a few suggestions on how to satiate that king-sized (pun intended) growling in your stomach. Where To Eat After You've Seen King Tut at the Dallas Museum of Art

Spann Vineyards Wine Dinner

Join us at Dali as we welcome special guest, and wine maker, Peter Spann, Thursday, April 2, 2009.

A former Dallas native, Peter Spann showcases his highly acclaimed wines from Sonoma County. Dali Executive Chef Joel Harloff will be pairing a memorable five-course menu with the following wines:

Chardonnay-Viognier Blend Sonoma County 2005,
Mo Zin (42% Zinfandel, 30% Mourvedre, 20% Petite Sirah, 8% Syrah),
Merlot Sonoma County 2005 (85% Merlot, 15% Cab Sauv),
Charbono 2005,
and his most acclaimed wine,
Mo Jo Sonoma County 2005 (50% Sangiovese, 35% Cab Sauv, 10% Syrah, 3% Cab Franc and 2% Malbec)

7:00 reception to honor Peter Spann, with dinner following promptly at 7:30pm.
$75 per person, exclusive of tax & gratuity.
Reservations required as seats are limited for this special wine dinner.