Thursday, April 29, 2010

Design Districts Meddlesome Moth Now Open!

The Dallas Design District is definitely in an upswing with the highly anticipated opening of one of the first restaurants in the district, Shannon Wynn's Meddlesome Moth off of Hi Line and Oaklawn. Designers have complained for years there is a very limited selection of avenues to choose from without having to leave the district to schmooze with clients. Margeaux's in the International on Turtle Creek remains a favorite while also the Blue Artichoke in Found Antiques boasts a wonderful lunch menu, but now the Design District welcomes with open arms another addition. Wynn is also famed for Flying Fish and Flying Saucer and has an extensive wine and beer menu featuring over 40 beers on tap.

The restaurant is housed in the old Artemide and Ann Sack showrooms, one cool touch being that they kept the flooring samples that were shown in Ann Sacks showroom installed in the floor and stained glass panels brought in from the old Hard Rock Cafe where they are installed at an angle so they could fit in the space. The Moth also features art by Dmitri Vail from another Design District favorite, Griffin Trading Co. off of Howell. One touch is the walled in patio with a gravel pit and seating niche. You can read more about it here and check out their full menu. Welcome to the Design District Meddlesome Moth!

1621 Oak Lawn
Dallas, TX, 75207Phone:

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