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Boudreaux’s Cajun Kitchen. Birthday Bash. October 12-18, 2009. Come join us and celebrate our One Year Anniversary! Zydeco Band. Friday & Saturday 7:30-10:30. Giveaways include Cowboys game in New Orleans, catered Party for 20 people, and other great prizes! Drawing Sunday, October 18, 2009 at 3:00pm. At our Richardson Location on the Southeast Corner of Campbell & N. Central Expressway. Go-Cajun.com. 972-437-6800.

The Great Culinary Escape at Milestone Culinary Arts Center. November 5th. Guests will love this savory escape for all the senses and knowing that 100% of the evening’s proceeds directly benefit the programs and services of CONTACT Crisis Line. The centerpiece of The Great Culinary Escape will be the selection of global epicurean delights paired with interesting spirits that will be showcased in the unique setting of Chef Sharon Van Meter’s Milestone Culinary Arts Center.  Details below the jump.

The Côtes du Coeur Society.The Trinity River Chef Showdown on Thursday, October 29
6:30 – 9:00 PM at the Milestone Culinary Arts (4531 McKinney Avenue) Join us for great food, wine and a friendly cooking competition between the celebrated Chefs of Dallas and Tarrant Counties! Featuring Chef Richard Chamberlain as Master of Ceremonies and a surprise panel of judges. Chefs of Dallas: David McMillan and George Brown vs. Chefs Tarrant: Brian Olenjack and Jon Bonnell. Wine generously provided by Grailey’s Fine Wine benefiting the American Heart Association.

Scotch WhiskyTasting and Festival. Sigel’s Elite (5757 Greenville Ave) on Wednesday October 21, 6-8:00 p.m.

One Arts Plaza.  Arts District festivities this weekend–each OAP restaurant will introduce a signature cocktail for the event. Cocktails listed after the jump.

Hotel St Germain. Annual tarot card dinners. Join us at and honor the tradition of All Souls Eve with a romantic and evocative evening in our main dining room on October 30th or 31st. The entire property will be hauntingly decorated in grand New Orleans Halloween style. Guests will savor an elegant multi-course gourmet meal in our acclaimed dining room and have their cards read by an authentic Tarot Card reader in the flickering firelight of our library.$95 per person. Seatings are available beginning at 6:30pm each evening. Details after the jump.
The Great Culinary Escape at Milestone Culinary Arts Center.
Our evening’s INTOWN MiX.com raffle includes a unique selection of hotel getaways, restaurant favorites and one-of-a kind artwork that every guest has the opportunity to walk away with and treasure. The popular In Any Event Wine Cork Pull will feature a wide array of wines that you will not want to miss.  Take a chance, pull a wine, everyone is a winner.
Thursday, November 5, 2009
6:30 PM- 9:00 PM
Milestone Culinary Arts Center
4531 McKinney Avenue, Dallas 75205
www.milestoneculinary.com
You can purchase your pre-event tickets for only $15.00 (tickets will be $20.00 at the door) which includes Milestone Culinary delicacies, spirits, and a great culinary escape.
Please contact Bob Munro at 972-233-0866 or [email protected] to purchase tickets or to get more information about the event.
For now, if you want to eat Paul Petersen’s food, you’re going to have to drive way the hell out to Marathon, Texas, one of those specks on the map guys like Lyle Lovett sing about. A few years ago, Houston oil man J.P. Bryan bought the ramshackle Gage Hotel, restored its historic premises, and installed 36-year-old Petersen behind the stoves at the Café Cenizo, previously featured our new executive chef, Paul Peterson.  This of course was prior to him coming onboard as executive chef of Rick’s Chophouse and Sauce On The Square. The former drummer for San Antonio bands Gollum and Scary Manilow decided to switch to cooking, training at The Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, New York.

One Arts Plaza.

The ARTINI (Fedora) – Fresh muddled raspberries, raspberry vodka, a splash of                          cranberry, a splash of pineapple, and topped with champagne.
LA FLOR (Jorge’s) – In honor of Flora Street of course!  Blood Orange Mexican Martini, made with Herradura Silver and blood orange fruit puree, sweet & sour, shaken and served straight up.
THE ENCORE (Screen Door) – Absolut Raspberry, St. Germaine, Champagne, a splash of cranberry with a berry garnish. Note: This drink was created by Screen Door bartender, Ryan Charles.
THE RUBAYIYAT (Dali) – An equal shot of  cranberry and pomegranate juices, followed by Prosecco and a raspberry garnish. Eloquently served in a champagne flute.
SUNSET OPERA (Tei-An) – A red martini with Japanese fruits

Hotel St. Germain.
TAROT CARD BAR

On October 29th, Hotel St Germain also offers a special Champagne Bar event.
Couples can have a Tarot Card reading and enjoy a 375ml bottle of
Champagne or Wine and select canapés in our elegant main parlor.
$95 per couple
Seatings from 6:30pm until 10:00pm
For more information or to make a reservation, please call 214-871-2516.
2516 Maple Avenue Dallas, Texas 75201
www.hotelstgermain.com

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