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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. First up, philanthropist Nancy Rogers.
“Happy hour starts pretty early at our house, but if I’m out and about, here are some great places to go: Happiest Hour and Citizen in Uptown, Parker Barrows and Boulevardier in Bishop Arts, El Bolero in the Design District, Savor at Klyde Warren, Cane Rosso and Tanoshii Ramen in Deep Ellum, The Deck and HG Sply on Greenville, Meso Maya, which is conveniently located by the Perot Museum, and Midnight Rambler at The Joule—ask for Marco.”
“We are truly blessed that Dallas has become an international art destination. The art fair brings over 90 art dealers and galleries together to exhibit their works. I suggest visitors take advantage of the various panels and discussions.”
“I have a soft spot for Dallas Contemporary (featuring Dan Colen, Helmut Lang and Paola Pivi) and our friends Cindy and Howard Rachofsky’s personal collections at The Warehouse are not to be missed!”
“God knows we love to eat in Dallas and there are many places to choose from! Here are some of my favorites: FT33 for American fusion, Tei-An and Uchi for Japanese, Shinsei and Nobu for Asian fusion, Le Bilboquet for weekend brunch, Grange Hall and Forty Five Ten for fabulous lunch and shopping experiences, Souk for Mediterranean, Abacus for eclectic global fare, Nick & Sam’s and Al Biernat’s for steaks, Sissy’s for true southern fare, Rodeo Goat for hangover food, Mesero and Javier’s for Tex-Mex.”