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Tei-An Celebrates 3rd Anniversary at One Arts Plaza in Dallas

Teiichi “Teach” Sakurai, the hardest working man in the noodle business.

On August 8, Tei-An is throwing a bash to celebrate their 3rd year at One Arts Plaza. According to tradition, that means you must bring a gift made of leather. (Oh boy, this guy will have a field day!)

But seriously, the party will feature food, drinks, and Hunter Sullivan’s three- piece band.

Jump for the five Ws.

WHAT:             Award-winning, five-star restaurant Tei-An will celebrate its three-year anniversary on Monday, August 8, 2011. The lounge, dining room and rooftop will be open for guests to enjoy the stunning views of downtown Dallas while indulging in Tei-An’s one-of-a-kind Japanese cuisine.
A $10 admission charge will include a variety of Japanese summer hors d’oeuvres.  Restaurant patrons can also enjoy complimentary Japanese beer, sake, wine and soft drinks.  Local jazz star Hunter Sullivan and his three-piece band will also be on-site performing throughout the night.

WHEN:             Monday, August 8, 2011 at 7 p.m.

WHERE:         Tei-An
One Arts Plaza
1722 Routh St., Suite 110
Dallas, TX 75201

ADMISSION: Admission is $10 and the event is open to the public. A percentage of the admission fee will be donated to Japan Red Cross Society to help those affected by the earthquake and tsunami.

For more information about the event, contact Yosuke Fukuda, Rooftop Lounge Director at 214-220-2828 or Kate Hall at kate@powerpublicrelations.com. Tei-An is located at One Arts Plaza, 1722 Routh Street in Dallas. For more information about dining at One Arts Plaza, visit www.artsdistrictdining.com<http://www.artsdistrictdining.com/>.

6 comments on “Tei-An Celebrates 3rd Anniversary at One Arts Plaza in Dallas

  1. I really want to like that place. The food is delicious and it’s obvious the chef is extremely talented and dedicated to his craft. Yet, everytime I’ve eaten there, I’ve had extreme amounts of nastiness coming out of both ends about 6-7 hours after dinner. Food poisoning? Food allergy? No idea. But it’s just not worth it.

  2. I absolutely love the food and restaurant…but wish the service staff would guide diners about how (and how much) to order. Every time I’ve been I hope to get some input but usually get get blank stares. That said, I’d love to celebrate their anniversary!