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Proof & Pantry Breathes New Life Into One Arts Plaza

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<em>[Photos: Korri Kopsi/EDFW]</em>
[Photos: Korri Kopsi/EDFW]


Here's a look inside Proof & Pantry, the new venture from Misery Loves Co. (aka Driftwood partners Michael Martensen and Sal Jafar II) that will officially open its doors Wednesday night at One Arts Plaza. Working with a relatively small space, Martensen and crew wisely chose to build up, stacking rustic-looking shelves with colorful provisions like spices and fruit that just so happen to double as decor.

A soothing wood and navy color scheme will keep the focus on the food, a well-edited menu from exec chef Kyle McClelland that includes family-style dishes like a whole roast chicken and a bone-in ribeye, plus an oh-so-trendy ham tasting with various accoutrement and bone marrow served with unusual savory onion marshmallow. A marble-topped bar provides a cozy venue to sample the cocktail menu, divided into "no proof" (non-alcoholic), "low proof" (drinks based on fortified wines or liqueurs) and "high proof" (more typical cocktails). P&P's arrival will surely draw a fresh young crowd to One Arts, something that previous tenants like The Greek and Cafe Des Artistes were unable to do.

· Behold The Menu For Proof & Pantry [-EDFW-]
· Proof & Pantry [Official]
· All One Arts Plaza coverage on Eater Dallas [-EDFW-]

Proof + Pantry

1722 Routh St Ste 102, Dallas, TX 75201 (214) 880-9940 Visit Website

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