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Getting a sneak peek of TheKeeper, the new Pacific Rim seafood spot opening MONDAY at The Shops at Legacy from the folks behind Velvet Taco Dallas, Whiskey Cake Plano and Sixty Vines. Hawaiian opah, wild salmon, whole sea bream, even sable fish star on a menu loaded with big, bold flavors amplified by pan-Asian ingredients. It's east meets west with stops in Hawaii, Thailand, Veitnam and the Pacific Northwest– and a cool design with lots of fun touches. Jack Gibbons, Randy DeWitt, Judd Fruia and the team at Front Burner Restaurants seem to have hooked another winner. Take a look inside>

We got a sneak peek of The Keeper , the new Pacific Rim seafood spot opening MONDAY at The Shops at Legacy.   The restaurant comes from Front Burner Restaurants, the Dallas-based braintrust behind The Ranch at Las Colinas ,  Velvet Taco Dallas , Whiskey Cake Kitchen,   Mexican Sugar , and  Sixty Vines . Looks like they've hooked another winner with The Keeper.

Hawaiian opah, wild salmon, whole sea bream, even sable fish star on a menu loaded with big, bold flavors amplified by pan-Asian ingredients. It's east meets west with stops in Hawaii, Thailand, Veitnam and the Pacific Northwest– plus tiki drinks and a cool design with lots of fun touches.

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Ludwig Mies van der Rohe was retained by Dr. Edith Farnsworth to design a weekend retreat during a dinner party in 1945. The wealthy client was highly intelligent, articulate, and intent on building a very special work of modern architecture. The program was to design the house as if it were for himself. Farnsworth had purchased the riverfront property from the publisher of the Chicago Tribune , Colonel Robert R. McCormick . Mies developed the design in time for it to be included in an exhibit on his work at MOMA, the Museum of Modern Art in New York in 1947.

Edith continued to use the house as her weekend retreat for the next 21 years, often hosting architectural notables visiting to see the work of the world-famous architect. In 1968, the local highway department condemned a 2-acre (0.81 ha) portion of the property adjoining the house for a new raised highway bridge over the Fox River. Farnsworth sued to stop the project, but lost the court case. She sold the house in 1972, retiring to her villa in Italy.

In 1972, Farnsworth House was purchased by British property magnate, art collector, and architectural aficionado Peter Palumbo . [5] He removed the bronze screen enclosure of the porch, added air conditioning, extensive landscaping and his art collections to the grounds, including sculptures by Andy Goldsworthy , Anthony Caro , and Richard Serra . At the time, the interior was furnished with Mies furniture, designed in the 1930s, but produced more recently by Knoll , and designs by Dirk Lohan, Mies' grandson, a Chicago architect Palumbo commissioned specifically for the house. [6]

Getting a sneak peek of TheKeeper, the new Pacific Rim seafood spot opening MONDAY at The Shops at Legacy from the folks behind Velvet Taco Dallas, Whiskey Cake Plano and Sixty Vines. Hawaiian opah, wild salmon, whole sea bream, even sable fish star on a menu loaded with big, bold flavors amplified by pan-Asian ingredients. It's east meets west with stops in Hawaii, Thailand, Veitnam and the Pacific Northwest– and a cool design with lots of fun touches. Jack Gibbons, Randy DeWitt, Judd Fruia and the team at Front Burner Restaurants seem to have hooked another winner. Take a look inside>

We got a sneak peek of The Keeper , the new Pacific Rim seafood spot opening MONDAY at The Shops at Legacy.   The restaurant comes from Front Burner Restaurants, the Dallas-based braintrust behind The Ranch at Las Colinas ,  Velvet Taco Dallas , Whiskey Cake Kitchen,   Mexican Sugar , and  Sixty Vines . Looks like they've hooked another winner with The Keeper.

Hawaiian opah, wild salmon, whole sea bream, even sable fish star on a menu loaded with big, bold flavors amplified by pan-Asian ingredients. It's east meets west with stops in Hawaii, Thailand, Veitnam and the Pacific Northwest– plus tiki drinks and a cool design with lots of fun touches.

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Getting a sneak peek of TheKeeper, the new Pacific Rim seafood spot opening MONDAY at The Shops at Legacy from the folks behind Velvet Taco Dallas, Whiskey Cake Plano and Sixty Vines. Hawaiian opah, wild salmon, whole sea bream, even sable fish star on a menu loaded with big, bold flavors amplified by pan-Asian ingredients. It's east meets west with stops in Hawaii, Thailand, Veitnam and the Pacific Northwest– and a cool design with lots of fun touches. Jack Gibbons, Randy DeWitt, Judd Fruia and the team at Front Burner Restaurants seem to have hooked another winner. Take a look inside>

We got a sneak peek of The Keeper , the new Pacific Rim seafood spot opening MONDAY at The Shops at Legacy.   The restaurant comes from Front Burner Restaurants, the Dallas-based braintrust behind The Ranch at Las Colinas ,  Velvet Taco Dallas , Whiskey Cake Kitchen,   Mexican Sugar , and  Sixty Vines . Looks like they've hooked another winner with The Keeper.

Hawaiian opah, wild salmon, whole sea bream, even sable fish star on a menu loaded with big, bold flavors amplified by pan-Asian ingredients. It's east meets west with stops in Hawaii, Thailand, Veitnam and the Pacific Northwest– plus tiki drinks and a cool design with lots of fun touches.

Getting a sneak peek of TheKeeper, the new Pacific Rim seafood spot opening MONDAY at The Shops at Legacy from the folks behind Velvet Taco Dallas, Whiskey Cake Plano and Sixty Vines. Hawaiian opah, wild salmon, whole sea bream, even sable fish star on a menu loaded with big, bold flavors amplified by pan-Asian ingredients. It's east meets west with stops in Hawaii, Thailand, Veitnam and the Pacific Northwest– and a cool design with lots of fun touches. Jack Gibbons, Randy DeWitt, Judd Fruia and the team at Front Burner Restaurants seem to have hooked another winner. Take a look inside>

We got a sneak peek of The Keeper , the new Pacific Rim seafood spot opening MONDAY at The Shops at Legacy.   The restaurant comes from Front Burner Restaurants, the Dallas-based braintrust behind The Ranch at Las Colinas ,  Velvet Taco Dallas , Whiskey Cake Kitchen,   Mexican Sugar , and  Sixty Vines . Looks like they've hooked another winner with The Keeper.

Hawaiian opah, wild salmon, whole sea bream, even sable fish star on a menu loaded with big, bold flavors amplified by pan-Asian ingredients. It's east meets west with stops in Hawaii, Thailand, Veitnam and the Pacific Northwest– plus tiki drinks and a cool design with lots of fun touches.

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