The inaugural Design Center Wine Walk in 2017 Bret Redman & Desiree Espada

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Come Raise a Glass at Our Annual Design Center Wine Walk

Enjoy the showrooms and restaurants of the Design District (plus, wine) on October 29.

Coming off our September/October issue of D Home, we’re still reeling from the excitement of publishing our home and garden edition of the “Best of Big D.” We presented you with the finest foods, chicest shops, and can’t-live-without services in Dallas. But the bests don’t have to stop there.

Next Tuesday, October 29, immerse yourself in some of the best design that the city (and, really, the country) has to offer at our third annual Wine Walk, held in the Design Center, home to some of the world’s most sought after brands. It’s worth emphasizing that there will be wine, and with the wine, food from the Design District’s trending restaurants.

Each participating showroom in the Design Center will be paired with a different restaurant. For example, at Arsin Rug Gallery, you’ll dine on Delucca, while you’ll get to try Rodeo Goat at David Sutherland. At Fabricut you’ll find Sassetta, while Foxyco is setting up shop at Gracie.

A scene from the 2018 Design Center Wine Walk

You’ll also find a custom closet pop up from The Container Store, and can visit Peacock Alley’s airstream in the center of the Design Center. With Dallas’ crisp October weather, it should be nothing but fun frolicking from stop to stop, vino in hand.

Peruse some photos from last year for a better idea of what to look forward to. Tickets can be bought here, and if you needed anymore convincing, this is all for a good cause: A portion of  the proceeds will benefit Dwell with Dignity. Drink wine, eat food, and browse the Design Center all in the name of charity? That’s something we can raise a glass to.

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