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Damn, this all-vegetable wine dinner at Grace on June 9 looks fantastic!


Grace Restaurant, the venerable luxe restaurant in downtown Cowtown, is eschewing beef for an all-vegetable dinner on June 9 that’s worth checking out. White gazpacho, corn with Calabrian chiles– nearly a dozen courses– all served outdoors on the restaurant’s patio. Here’s the menu from Adam Jones and chef Blaine Staniford. $135++. 

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