“The Commissary is a versatile, trend-forward menu with no boundaries,”
The Commissary will serve a variety of distinctive hamburgers made with organic, grass-fed beef averaging $5 to $8 dollars. The burger bar and bistro will be open seven days a week serving lunch, dinner and late night meals. Tesar says to expect brunch and burger specials on weekends too.
Guests can dine in the revamped Dali space, enjoy the expansive patio and outdoor lounge, or take food to-go in eco-friendly packaging. Tesar also plans to offer delivery services to One Arts Plaza residents and area businesses.
In an innovative move by Tesar and his sommelier, featured wines will be available on tap, and wine aficionados can enjoy winemaker dinners and the wide selection of retail wine. The Commissary will be the only restaurant in the area offering a new experience in the emerging wines-on-tap trend that is creating buzz from coast to coast. In addition to the two tap wine selections from premier California wine makers, the burger bistro will offer an extensive wine by the glass list and 20 bottled beers including one featured Texas Micro Brew on tap.
Tesar also plans to elevate the experience with fine dining embellishments that include a cheese cart showcasing more than 30 gourmet cheeses from around the world, a wide range of exotic salumi selections and farm-to-table chef specials.
“John’s energy and creativity add another dimension to One Arts Plaza dining for uptown and downtown residents as well as tourists to the Arts District. The Commissary will be a gathering place where everyone can enjoy inspiring, creative food from one of the finest chefs in the nation,” says Lucy Billingsley, Partner at Billingsley Company.
According to Tesar, there is no location in Dallas where people can have a communal meal experience in an exciting, social setting. “The Commissary is about the fun of gathering together for a meal, and sharing a common love of wine and food.”
The Commissary’s website is currently under development and will be launching soon. For more information, contact Amy Power at email@example.com. The Commissary is located at One Arts Plaza, 1722 Routh Street, conveniently located north of downtown Dallas in the heart of the Arts District in Dallas. For more information about dining at One Arts Plaza, visit www.artsdistrictdining.com.
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ABOUT ONE ARTS PLAZA:
Located in the heart of Dallas Arts District at the end of Flora Street (1722 Routh Street), One Arts Plaza is a downtown destination for luxury urban living, business, dining and entertainment. The $125 million multiuse structure is the first of three buildings located on 10 acres in the downtown Dallas Arts District. Restaurants include Fedora Restaurant and Lounge, Jorge’s Tex-Mex Café, Screen Door, Tei-An and The Commissary, opening April 2011.
For more information about One Arts Plaza visit www.OneArtsPlaza.com or artsplazaevents.blogspot.com. You can also become a fan of One Arts Plaza on Facebook and follow One Arts Plaza on Twitter @OneArtsPlaza.