On a recent Thursday night, we enjoyed a glass of wine, a cup of soup, and a delicious goat cheese, avocado, and vegetable sandwich on herbed wheat bread while we listened to the Arthur Riddles Jazz Quartet playing oh-so-cool jazz against the gorgeous backdrop of incredible glass flowers created by artist Dale Chihuly. An elegant room designed by a world-famous architect and decorated by a world-class artist, live music, terrific food--all for less than 10 bucks? This is a real deal. This is Thursday nights in The Atrium at the Dallas Museum of Art: the classiest cheap entertainment in town.
--Mary Brown Malouf
The Atrium, Dallas Museum of Art, Thursdays, 6-9 p.m.
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