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Reservation Line: 214.413.3940
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Crystal Terrace serves a sumptuous buffet before each performance. Reservations are recommended, but not required; call 214-413-3940.
The price for Crystal Terrace is not included in your event ticket price. Crystal Terrace opens 2 hours before show time, 11:30am for matinee performances and 5:30pm for evening performances at the Music Hall. The restaurant closes at show time. The buffet ranges from $21.95 – $25.95 (prices subject to change) depending on day and time, and children can eat for $9.95. The Broadway Cafe is a lighter fare before each performance and during intermission. Sandwiches, salads, desserts, and snacks are sold from price points of $3 to $10.
Are food and drink allowed in any of the theatres?
Drinks are allowed into the theatre at the discretion of the presenter. Currently Dallas Summer Musicals allows beverages inside the theatre, food may not be taken into the theatre.
Do you offer Kosher meals?
Yes! Kosher Meals must be ordered in advance for our guests who make reservations at the restaurant. These meals will be prepared kosher off site, sealed and delivered to our guests on the day of their visit. To order, call 214.413.3940.
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The Old Mill Inn
Open Daily 11:00am to 2:00pm
Great for matinee performances!
The Old Mill Inn was built as a flour mill for the 1936 Texas Centennial Exposition. It was a large exhibit that featured a modern experimental flour mill, three model kitchens and a tea room.
The roof (which features hand-carved beams that German carpenters connected with wooden pegs) and all other woodwork is built of old timbers. The stones are laid after the manner employed by the masons of a century ago. The fireplace in the down stairs dining area remains in its original state as it was in 1936. A working water wheel, and fountains, complement the nostalgic experience.
In later years, the Old Mill became the Bordens Dairy Exhibit during each State Fair of Texas. Youngsters took particular delight in going there to visit “Elsie” the cow, her husband “Elmer” (of glue fame), and their calf son, “Beauregard.”
Today, the structure houses a welcome oasis for those at Fair Park seeking good home cooking at a reasonable price. The menu features county-style cooking like chicken-fried steak, sandwich baskets, fruit cobbler and more.
You’ll find The Old Mill Inn Restaurant across from The Magnolia Lounge near the Big Tex Circle.
The Old Mill Inn Restaurant
3611 Grand Ave.
Dallas, TX 75210
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