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“Taste of Dallas Design District” brings beer, BBQ, tacos, pizzas to DDD this Friday, April 13


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The Dallas Design District brings tacos, bbq, pizza and beer together in one spot Friday, April 13 with “Taste of the Dallas Design District.” The RVC Promotions event kicks off at 7 pm, but you’ll need tickets (but them here). Here are the details, from RVC Promotions:

“Community Beer Company and RVC Promotions would like to celebrate the amazing restaurants in the Design District! On Friday evening, April 13th we would like to showcase the area’s restaurants with an event where attendees can sample their food, review menus, and interact with the chef and restaurant employees. For only $40 per person you can sample food from every participating restaurant plus enjoy local craft brews from Community Beer Company. Plus we will have live music and tons of prizes!”

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Haywire Plano
The Ranch Las Colinas

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