| September 20, 2012 | 1:38pm
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If you're looking for somewhere different to dine this Saturday night, consider the sky. This year's Food for Thought dinner will be held at the Frontiers of Flight Museum near Love Field. In addition to the dishes prepared by celebrity chefs like Tre Wilcox, Tiffany Derry, Michael Ehlert, Lisa Garza and many more, all will be dazzled by displays of historic airplanes and helicopters.
Food for Thought benefits an organization called Big Thought, which promotes creative learning to improve public education. And if all of those things are not enough to spark your interest, there will also be an open "premium" bar, silent auction, live entertainment and more. Big, indeed.
Tickets cost $150 each, but if you use the handy coupon code DAYL you'll pay just $50 per ticket. Visit foodforthoughtdallas.com for more information or to buy your tickets. The big event is from 7 to 11 p.m. this Saturday, September 22.
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