Weekend Round Up: Music, Art & Bacon

Weekend Round Up: Music, Art, and Bacon

-Tony Award-winning vocalist Bernadette Peters joins the Dallas Symphony Orchestra in a celebration of American song


-Check out these meatiest of the meaty restaurant suggestions from CultureMap. Sample all things extremely meaty and bacon wrapped.


-Eat the new buttery cornbread sandwiches at Dickeys and vote for your favorite- sweet or spicy. They’re only around for a limited time.


-Make reservations for Valentine’s at one of these nationally rated Dallas hotels. The Ritz-Carlton, Dallas, the Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek, and the Four Seasons Resort and Club Dallas at Las Colinas all recently made U.S. News & World Report‘s best luxury hotels in the USA.


-Treat yourself to one of our most fabulous local getaway.  D Magazine produced a line up of The Most Fashionable Dallas Getaways, so you can find a getaway right in your own backyard.


-See Picasso and Matisse at the Kimbell Art Mesuem in Fort Worth. It’s the largest loan of its kind, with nearly 100 modern masterpieces, which have travel from the art Institute of Chicago. Additional artists include Salvador Dalí, Joan Miró, Man Ray, and Constantin Brancusi.


-Experience one of the concerts coming to the area this weekend,  including Paul Simon and Sting, Deep Shade, Yuck, and more.


-Dine at one of Dallas’ downtown restaurants. Savor is getting a lot of hype, CBD is written up weekly by one Dallas publication or another, and Mot Hai Ba has gotten rave reviews.


-The Dallas Black Dance Theater Presents: Cultural Awareness Series, three new works that you’ll love.


Photos from Dallas News and D Magazine