Foodie Nights are floating nights for food lovers and are identified by the EAT logo – check dakotacooks.com for upcoming foodie nights.
Join us for Foodie Nights and enjoy the Dakota’s award winning cuisine paired with a Celebration of Minnesota Music. Menu and features of the night are created by chef Derik Moran with sweet treats by pastry chef Katie Elsing. A $10 bottle of wine is always featured and there is no cover charge. Find the EAT logo on our calendar or website then come in for a relaxing night of conversation, food, and wine with Minnesota musicians setting the backdrop for a special evening.
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Join local singer-songwriter Sarah Morris for a sparkling night of everyone’s favorite holiday tunes. With a voice that is cozy and surprising; demure and daring, Sarah will be Jingle-Bell-ing her way through Christmas classics both old and new. Sarah grew up in a house where Brenda Lee, Johnny Mathis, and Bing Crosby crooned through the family speakers all season long, and she brings that timeless sensibility to her holiday shows. Featuring talented musicians Thomas Nordlund, Andrew Foreman, and Zach Schmidt on guitar, bass and drums, along with Sarah’s distinctive, pitch-perfect vocals and vibrant personality, the evening is sure to leave you filled with holiday cheer!
About Sarah Morris
Sarah Morris is a Minnesota-born singer-song writer with a flair for songs about the highs, and lows of love. Her writing is evocative – a kind of melodic poetry that can make you sing along even when you don’t know the song. Sarah balanced her classical training with a 4 year immersion in Nashville’s singer-songwriter community, allowing her voice to transition easily from genre to genre, creating a sultry sound that’s all her own. She tackles a range from classic country to jazz standards, sprinkled with her own take on pop. A night with Sarah can bring you through a mournful Don Williams ballad to a fresh take on Whitney Houston. All the while, her originals carry the show.
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What Other People Have Been Saying...
“think Norah Jones with a pop-country twang.” – Jay Boller, VitaMN