In the past, Dallas businesses have looked to first-rate locations outside of the metroplex to host corporate retreats, seminars and travel programs, but the current market situation has executives booking “stay-cations,” keeping the essential events closer to home and minimizing travel costs.
Conveniently located at the center of downtown Dallas, Union Station has quickly become the number one venue of choice for corporate meetings, events and team building activities for local and out-of-state companies.
Housed in a glammed-out room, 20.21 at the Walker Art Center doesn’t miss a beat when it comes to closing the meal. The caramelized banana millefeuille is made with layers of chocolate wafer, banana custard and brown butter walnuts, while the ginger tempura fruits carries the Asian theme with assorted fresh fruits, honey yogurt sauce and soy butterscotch. [1750 Hennepin Ave., Mpls.; 612.253.3410]
Dallas’ hottest new restaurant is serving up exciting news that has brunch-goers looking up. On Sunday, March 15, Five Sixty by Wolfgang Puck began Sunday brunch service.
After much anticipation, Five Sixty by Wolfgang Puck has officially opened. The Master Chef’s fine dining restaurant illuminates Dallas’s skyline as it sits atop the city’s landmark Reunion Tower.
World-renowned chef and restaurateur Wolfgang Puck, announced today the appointment of Stephanie Edens as regional director of catering at Wolfgang Puck Catering (WPC).
Elevating the standards of fine dining through innovation and creativity, the Wolfgang Puck Fine Dining Group continues to raise the bar with a completely redesigned restaurant and new menu at Postrio at The Venetian.