Spring into the season with the city’s latest and greatest offerings. Here’s what you should know and where you should be this month.
Reunion Tower beckons with its new restaurant, Crown Block.
UP IN THE CLOUDS
Sky-high views and sumptuous cuisine beckon at Crown Block tucked inside Reunion Tower. Set to open April 17, the eagerly anticipated restaurant boasts a bevy of sumptuous offerings including prime beef, Texas wagyu and Japanese A5 wagyu. “We are thrilled for Dallas to experience Crown Block,” shares Elizabeth Blau of Blau + Associates who, alongside Hunt Realty Investment, has introduced the covetable new concept. “We’ve been hard at work developing a food and beverage experience to complement the iconic Reunion Tower space and can’t wait to welcome guests.” The new space will be rife with decadent cuisine, swoonworthy design and other staples guaranteed to be a hit in no time. 300 Reunion Blvd. E., crownblockdallas.com
The streets of Fort Worth will come alive later this month.
Ushering in the ultimate experience, the Fort Worth Arts Festival, presented by PNC Bank, gears up for its 36th year of fun to be had by all. Taking place Thursday, April 20, through Sunday, April 23, the top-rated fine arts fest is rife with live music, authentic fare and visual arts galore. Featuring an esteemed selection of 215-plus artists, the festival is an experience not to be missed. mainstreetartsfest.org
The newly unveiled space in West Village.
LET’S HEAR IT FOR THE BOYS
Mirror, mirror on the wall, who’s the fairest of them all? Well, that’s easy—the new Mizzen+Main comes top of mind. Having recently opened its reimagined space nestled within West Village, the flagship store continues to shine a light on the carefully curated collections from the lauded brand. “We’ve looked to create a space that embraces Mizzen+Main’s communal nature,” says Eric Kuhn, design practice leader for Bergmeyer. “The store is about promoting discovery and encouraging engagement, achieved through a sequence of touchpoints that connects, inspires and encourages interaction.” 3699 McKineey Ave., Ste. 407, mizzenandmain.com
The recently opened Violet Crown Cinema will host this year’s Dallas International Film Festival.
LIGHTS, CAMERA, (BACK IN) ACTION
Summoning with a spectacular lineup yet again, the Dallas International Film Festival heads back to West Village Uptown and the newly opened Violet Crown Cinema. Running from Friday, April 28, through Friday, May 5, the festival will feature more than 100 screenings spanning films from nearly 30 countries. “We are so happy to be back in West Village—feels like home,” shares DIFF Artistic Director James Faust. “Our vision is to activate all of West Village and Uptown to create a Film Festival Village for the eight days of DIFF.” Get ready for a carefully curated selection of awe-inspiring films not to be missed. dallasfilm.org