This fall, the Granada Theater’s new series Beats and Eats will showcase the likes of extravagant food and great music in a blend of dinner and concert by some of Dallas’ best chefs and musicians. Patrons can experience Beats and Eats once a month (September through November).
Each night will include an exclusive four-course dinner prepared by a different local chef, alluring the palates of each visitor with succulent plates reflective of each chef’s culinary style. Each dish will be matched with a different cocktail sure to compliment the flavors of each course, as well as the captivating performances by talents of included musicians. The first of its kind in Dallas, Beats and Eats will host guests Supper Club-style, but on a larger scale with the backdrop of local live music at Granada’s historic theater.
Starting on Thursday, Sept. 15, Chef Graham Dodds of Wayward Sons and true-blues artist Charley Crockett will blend their talents in a one-night collaboration to woo visitors with illustrious cuisines and ear soothing music. Dodds, a culinary sensation, is the mastermind behind Oak Cliff favorite, Bolsa, and the more recent farm-to-table powerhouse, Wayward Sons. Dodds’ menu for Beats and Eats will include an amuse bouche of bruschetta and lamb brisket biscuits; first course of rabbit agnolotti and rabbit lonzino; second course of heirloom tomatoes, chevre and picked red onions; third course of oxtail ragout with crispy gnocchi and basil pesto; and dessert of white chocolate banana tile and cajeta.
Tickets to Beats and Eats are $85 per person. Doors open at 7 p.m. with the event beginning at 8 p.m. For more information and to get your tickets, click here.
Additional Beats and Eats events:
Thursday, Oct. 27: Chef Chad Howser of Café Momentum and The Texas Gentlemen
Thursday, Nov. 17: Chef Jason West of Sundown at Granada and Roxy Roca
Granada Theater is located at 3524 Greenville Ave., Dallas, Texas 75204.