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Chef Graham Dodds kicks off Granada Theater’s monthly “Eats & Beats” Supper Club, teaming a notable Dallas chef with an acclaimed musician


<div>Ok, this seems like a can’t-miss homerun. The Granada Theater is hosting a series of four-course dinners that combine a Dallas chef with a notable Dallas musician for an evening of supper club-style entertainment.

The three-month “Eats and Beats” series will kick off Thursday, September 15 with chef Graham Dodds (Wayward Sons) plying the range and artist Charley Crockett playing the blues. Crockett was recently featured on NPR’s World Cafe and will embark on his first U.S. tour this fall. Chad Houser (Cafe Momentum) takes the kitchen on October 27; Jason West (Sundown at the Granada) picks it up November 17.
Dodds’ menu will include bruschetta and lamb brisket biscuits; rabbit agnolotti and rabbit lonzino; heirloom tomatoes, chevre and picked red onions; oxtail ragout with crispy gnocchi and basil pesto; and a white chocolate dessert.

Bluesman Charley Crockett has shared the stage with artists such as Justin Townes Earle, Citizen Cope, Joe Ely, Sean Hayes, Tab Benoit, Ace Enders and Leon Bridges.

Tickets to Beats and Eats are $85 per person and include live music, food and cocktails. Doors open at 7 p.m. with the event beginning promptly at 8 p.m.

 

 

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