The AT&T Performing Arts Center is one of the city’s most popular attractions as it hosts an array of operas, dance troupes, and musicals throughout the year.
If you have tickets to a performance and would like to enjoy a meal before the show, here are three restaurants that are just one minute away:
Flora Street Cafe
Found across from the center, the Flora Street Cafe was designed with the basic concept of “Food as Theater.” Chef Stephan Pyles serves what he calls elevated Texas cuisine. He makes the meals using local ingredients and modern techniques, and all of the dishes pair well with the restaurant’s extensive wine list. Guests enjoy their time in the intimate dining room featuring unique works of art and stunning chandeliers reflecting nostalgic emotions. Dinner options include steelhead trout crudo, Amish chicken roulade, and Texas Akaushi ribeye.
Perfect for those with matinee tickets, the Yolk experience is all about great food, unique dishes, and fantastic service. Owner Taki Kastanis boasts that he was born into the restaurant business. When he opened Yolk in 2006, his concept of upscale breakfast and lunch fare instantly became popular. The friendly servers are happy to make suggestions, and the menu includes banana nut bread French toast, corned beef sandwiches, and Good Morning burgers.
If you’re craving Asian fare, don’t miss visiting Musume. The restaurant’s name means “daughter” in Japanese, and its slick modern design comes complete with an elevated sushi bar. It’s open for both lunch and dinner and features the state’s largest sake selection with over 125 choices. The menu includes vegetable fried rice, forbidden halibut, and teriyaki chicken.
If you would like to call The Christopher home, please contact our leasing staff. They’ll gladly give you a tour of our community where you can see all we have to offer.