Continuing the popular bartending for a cause series, Uptown’s Komali Restaurant announces the next celebrities will be at the bar on Thursday, February 21st, for the Creative Arts Center of Dallas (CAC).
Polishing up on his pouring skills will be David Hickman, nationally recognized sculptor and CAC Advisory Board Member, along with Komali’s award-winning mixologist Leann Berry (her Tamarind Margarita was just name best margarita in Dallas for the second year) will be tutor-in-chief.
Join Komali and CAC as we mix it up for a cause, 6-8pm; order your favorite drink; and leave a generous tip. A portion of drink proceeds goes direct to CAC as well as the tips.
Komali chef and owner Abraham Salum began the ‘Celebrity Sips’ series with Komali neighbor Hope Cottage and is excited to host CAC. A selection of their delectable Botanas ( small bites) will be served.
Cultivating Creativity Since 1965, CAC has been providing visual arts classes to students of all skill levels and experiences for more than 45 years. CAC has become one of the top adult art education destinations within the North Texas area serving a range of students from teenagers to senior citizens and from beginning to emerging artists. CAC believes the creative spirit exists within us all, and community can be built from a group of people creating art. CAC values diversity which is reflected in its instructor and membership base. For more information, please visit www.creativeartscenter.org.
Komali is located at 4152 Cole #106 @ Fitzhugh. Serving lunch and dinner, the restaurant is open Monday-Saturday, 11:30 am-11:00 pm. Brunch is served Sundays, 10:30 am-3:30 pm. For reservations call 214/252-0200. www.komalirestaurant.com.