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PaperCity Dallas April 2022

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MAJOR FOOD NEWS New York diner and the fanciest French patisserie, and they had a baby, it would be Sadelle's." This is sophisticated comfort food with an emphasis on classic brunch fare. La perfection — how do we make a reservation … C onsidering the titles of Ken Fulk's two design tomes — Mr. Ken Fulk's Magical World (2016) and Ken Fulk: The Movie in My Mind (2022) — we can see why Zalaznick and Fulk have had a longstanding partnership. "Ken and I have been working together for almost a decade on all of our restaurants," he says. "We speak the same language, and it's a very collaborative process. We have a very good understanding of each other's ideas, styles, storytelling; that's why we continue to work together." Fulk has designed every Sadelle's location, but each has a different vibe in terms of colors and textures that reflect its city. "New York doesn't look like Vegas, Coconut Grove doesn't look like Paris, Paris doesn't look like New York," says Zalaznick. What else is on the horizon for MFG? "Dallas is an incredible city with incredible people," says Zalaznick. "We felt very comfortable coming here and are excited to open our restaurants." That plural references Carbone, another New York City hot spot making its way to Dallas. Word of its impending arrival began making its way around socially distanced patio cocktail parties as far back as 2020. Well, Carbone premieres this month in the Dallas Design District (in the space formerly occupied by Sassetta). We promise we'll be first to make a reservation and report back. (Continued from page 50) COMING NEXT MONTH DESIGN ART FASHION SOCIAL MAY 2022

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