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November 2019- Dallas

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Lost Horse Saloon When in Marfa … an unpretentious, authentic local watering hole known for its rustic Western interiors and live music. Marfa Burrito Everything at Marfa Burrito is handmade, from the salsas to the tortillas. Proprietor Ramona Tejada, who runs the business out of her home, is known as the burrito queen of Marfa. Locals and tourists fl ock here — including Matthew McConaughey and Mark Ruffalo. Stellina This small-plate restaurant is considered Marfa's culinary gem and includes vegetarian and vegan options. The menu changes daily, but recent offerings included broccoli leek cake, seafood tostadas, wild salmon Veracruz, and grilled Bandera quail. No reservations, so it's fi rst come, fi rst served here. COFFEE Do Your Thing Art directors and musicians Simone Rubi and Robert Gungor founded Do Your Thing coffee shop in the multi-tasking building known as The Lumberyard, sharing space with four and suites, Paisano was home base for stars Elizabeth Taylor, Rock Hudson, and James Dean while fi lming Giant in 1955, as well as to the PaperCity crew. Jett's Grill in the hotel was — and still is today — a social hub in Marfa in 1929, when famed architect Henry Trost built Paisano to host cattle ranchers when they came to town to sell stock. Hotel Saint George The original Hotel Saint George welcomed cowboys and railroad travelers until 1929. The location was reworked from 2013 to 2016 by Houston architect Carlos Jiménez into a Donald Judd-worthy minimalist space that repurposes materials from the hotel's storied past. Home to Bar Nadar Pool + Grill (reopening in the spring) and Marfa Book Co. Thunderbird Hotel This 24-room minimalistic motel was built in 1955 and is a favorite among those who appreciate a sleek, modern look with Peruvian blankets and cowhide rugs; redesigned by Lake/Flato Architects in 2005. artist studios. This is the only coffee shop in West Texas serving Four Barrel and De La Paz coffee. The Sentinel Home of The Big Bend Sentinel newspaper, this community gathering space from Max Kabat and wife Maisie Crow serves craft coffee and cocktails, houses a tortilleria, and hosts film screenings, live music, and weddings. Tumbleweed Laundry/Frama coffee Want to wash your clothes and have an espresso or ice cream at the same time? This is the place. tumbleweedlaundry. com. WHERE TO STAY El Cosmico This 21-acre nomadic hotel and campground, owned by Bunkhouse Group (Hotel San Jose, Austin Motel and Hotel Saint Cecilia), was founded on the belief that life should be a balance of adventure and do-nothingness. Accommodations include trailers, yurts, tepees, and safari tent, and use of a communal outdoor kitchen, wood-fi red hot tubs, hammock grove, and bike rentals. Hotel Paisano A charming historic hotel with 41 rooms (continued from page 66) A Writer's Garden Literary Symposium and Luncheon Women's Council of the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden p r e s e n t s t h e 1 3 t h a n n u a l November 19, 2019 • 9:30 AM to 1:30 PM • Rosine Hall C H A I R P E R S O N Nikki Beneke H O N O R A R Y C H A I R P E R S O N Carmen Hancock P R E S I D E N T Venise Stuart Celebrating SOUTHERN STYLE S P E A K E R S N A T I O N A L M E D I A S P O N S O R Bunny Williams Interior Designer and Author Rebecca Wesson Darwin Cofounder and CEO Garden & Gun F O R T I C K E T S A N D I N F O R M AT I O N V I S I T WWW.C H E F S F O R FA R M E R S .CO M @ C H E F S F O R FA R M E R S # C H E F S F O R FA R M E R S NOVEMBER 1-3, 2019 • DALLAS, TEXAS R O B E R T LY F O R D M AT T P I T M A N A L E X S E I D E L J O H N T E S A R

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