It’s the week of the Dallas Art Fair and Whitewaller Dallas has arrived to reveal all you need to know about the exhibitions, events, and special projects taking place. All week-long we’ll bring you “Insider Tips” from those in-the-know on what to see, do, eat, and drink. Next up, Founder and CEO of Sue Gragg Precious Jewels, Sue Gragg.
“I adore Grange Hall for lunch during the week! Le Bilboquet and Bistro 31 are our Sunday landing spot for brunch! When we are craving a delicious and consistent meal, we always land at Hillstone. Tei-An and Nobu are our go-tos for Japanese cuisine.”
“The Dallas Museum of Art should not be missed. The Goss-Michael Foundation, leading collectors of British art, was one of the first to introduce contemporary art to Dallas. Also, Peter Doroshenko, director of Dallas Contemporary, has mastered the job of putting the Dallas Contemporary on the map by intertwining art with fashion, and creating a whole new audience of young collectors. Dallas has grown by leaps and bounds in the art arena. People that never collected contemporary art are now diving in!”
“Every single event from start to finish of the Dallas Art Fair is exciting. The city is very much alive at this time!”
“A caviar lunch at Grange Hall is a ‘must.’ Go spend some money at Highland Park Village, but buy your jewels at Sue Gragg, which is across the street. Then, end your day at the Mansion Bar, with a late night drink!”