It’s four days of foodie fun – and it hits town April 7-10. Savor Dallas, the annual festival of cuisine, culture, wine and spirits, features many exciting new additions – including Sweet Heat, an after party at the Nasher Sculpture Garden April 7. And don’t worry about where you’re going to park, because the Nasher is totally DARTable – as are many of the signature events at this year’s festival.
Thousands of connoisseurs come each year for a unique culinary adventure. This year’s event kicks off April 7, with the Arts District Garden Party from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Known previously as the Arts District Wine Stroll, this mega happy hour is an opportunity to eat, drink and socialize.
Take DART Blue, Green, Orange or Red Line to the Pearl/Arts District Station — it’s only a short stroll to the Arts District.
The Reserve Tasting and the Grand Tasting are both being held April 9, inside Centennial Hall at Fair Park. From 6-8 p.m., the Reserve Tasting lives up to its name with tastings of the finest, rarest wines and spirits of Savor Dallas. Tickets to the Reserve Tasting also grant access to the Grand Tasting, where more than 50 top restaurants will sample signature dishes and sweets from 7-10 p.m.
The best way to get to Fair Park is by riding DART’s Green Line to Fair Park Station, located on Parry Avenue at the entrance to the fairgrounds, or MLK, Jr. Station, located south of R.B. Cullum Boulevard and a block from the MLK fairground entrance.
You can purchase a DART transit pass from the agency’s free GoPass℠ app. Available in the App Store and the Google Play store, on GoPass, you can buy and store your tickets on your phone, access travel tools and rider alerts, and look up events and offers. Learn more at DART.org/GoPass.
DART passes also can be purchased at any rail station from the ticket vending machines (TVMs), which take cash, debit cards and credit cards.
Please visit SavorDallas.com to learn more about the four-day food-lover’s paradise. It’s a can’t-miss for oenophiles, restaurant-goers and gourmands.