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Fully wired for an interactive dining experience

Combining contemporary American cuisine with technology and design, Media Grill + Bar has plugged into a pretty cool concept.

Newly renovated for $5 million, the restaurant offers bistro-style grub at its bar, long after staff has pushed apart dinner tables so people can dance.

Executive Chef Thomas Welther said he uses a lot of fresh, local ingredients and a very “uncomplicated cooking-style.”

His funky twists on typical bar food -- beet pickled deviled eggs, pork cracklings with malt vinegar with Hungarian paprika and tasty flatbreads (snag the recipe here) -- make for great finger food.

The dinner menu offers seasonal/healthy fare that isn’t typical for a lounge wherein design and technological eye candy has taken the front seat.

The roasted golden beets and green bean salad, cassoulet of braised lamb shank and Kobe cheeseburger served with Parmesan fries are hearty entrees worth dipping into your pocket for. 

Media Grill + Bar has one of the largest commercial flat screens available in the country (‘103 inches), 26 HD displays, 42-inch plasma TVs on almost every wall and an i-Bar (one of two in the country according to reps from the Hilton Anatole).

Welther traveled the country with the Hilton Anatole’s Director of Food and Beverage, Ed Dorman researching innovative restaurant concepts. Las Vegas has obviously left quite an impression on the two men.

The 7,500-square-foot lounge has contemporary furniture that seats 285 people, LED lighting through out the space, Bluetooth filing capabilities and an iPod dock built into the private dining room.

People can play virtual slots or soccer on a part of the floor that reacts to motion when guests walk over it.

Whether you visit Media Grill + Bar for an interactive dining experience, or for some digital drama with a nice networking hookup, this new bar-resto is worth plugging into for at least one night.

Media Grill + Bar
Hilton Anatole
2201 Stemmons Freeway

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