At the art-centric restaurant and rooftop at CANVAS Hotel Dallas there’s a creative F&B option ideal for after-meetings small group gatherings: the Mood Menu. The paired dishes and drinks provide options based on one’s current mood—flirty, cheerful, mellow, energetic or bold—cleverly displayed on color swatch palettes.
Sharable grilled chicken sliders with roasted tomato and basil paired with a fruity basil cocktail for two suit a cheerful diner, while craveable caramelized coconut pork meatballs and a coffee tequila cocktail go together for a boost of energy.
“Creating menus [groups] can customize themselves is a trend in the food and beverage industry that’s here to stay,” said Jared Williamsn, CANVAS Hotel’s general manager, in press material.
Nestled in the heart of the city’s Cedars District, CANVAS Hotel Dallas, managed by INTRIGUE Hotels & Resorts, is an art-centric destination that features more than 7,000 sq. ft. of meeting space on the lobby level or rooftop, as well as inspiring skyline views from The Gallery Rooftop Lounge, ideal for after-dinner cocktails.
Groups have access to 76 art-infused, loft-style suites and guestrooms—all brimming with art and creative design, making it ideal for forward-thinking small groups. The property, which occupies a renovated brick building that is nearly a century old, and blends industrial elements with curated art from local gallerists.
Just a few minutes’ walk from the hotel, groups will find the Kay Bailey Hutchinson Convention Center, and have access to such dining experiences as the Checkered Past Winery and Four Corners Brewery. Also offsite, groups can explore what is considered to be the largest urban arts district in the United States, the Dallas Arts District, home to the Dallas Museum of Art, the Meyerson Symphony Center, Winspear Opera House, and much more, as well as the Dallas Farmer’s Market, selling locally grown produce, and home to four anchor restaurants.