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Mi Cocina Will Bring Mambo Taxis and Picnic Baskets to Klyde Warren Park
PaperCity Dallas,

“Mi Cocina on the Park,” Taking Over the Former Savor Space, is a Smart Partnership for the Dallas Nonprofit

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Klyde Warren Park’s new high-profile restaurant? Mi Cocina
The Dallas Morning News,

Mambo Taxis and brisket tacos are coming to Dallas’ most iconic park.

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Klyde Warren’s Safe Bet on Mi Cocina Picks a Tex-Mex Fight
D Magazine,

The Tex-Mex chain, here dubbed Mi Cocina in the Park, will bring wine-infused Mambo Taxis to the Downtown Dallas park by fall.

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Downtown Dallas' Klyde Warren Park picks Mi Cocina for new restaurant
CultureMap Dallas,

Filling what is surely the most visible location in all of Dallas, downtown Dallas' Klyde Warren Park has selected a new restaurant to reside inside the park: Mi Cocina.

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Interactive ‘super fountain’ coming to Texas park promises to be a treat for the eyes
Forth Worth Star-Telegram,

Downtown Dallas is about to get a beautiful – and massive – gift. A new interactive water feature, comparable to something one would see on the Las Vegas strip, is coming to the east end of Klyde Warren Park.

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So Dallas — Klyde Warren Park’s fountain will be brash and bold and we love it
The Dallas Morning News,

A groundbreaking fountain is the perfect topper for a groundbreaking deck park.

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Why build a $10M fountain during a pandemic? Meet the philanthropist behind Dallas’ big park gift
The Dallas Morning News,

Nancy Best has been heavily involved in Klyde Warren Park since it opened in 2012.

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World’s tallest interactive fountain coming to Klyde Warren Park in 2021
The Dallas Business Journal,

The world's tallest interactive fountain will be arriving at Klyde Warren Park just in time for the holidays next year.

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Klyde Warren Park to get the world’s tallest interactive fountain
The Dallas Morning News,

The Dallas couple’s foundation is paying for a next-generation, interactive, “super fountain” that will shoot jets of water up to 95 feet into the air — higher than any other immersive fountain in the world.

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The reason Klyde Warren Park isn’t in California
The Dallas Morning News,

Park expansion is more evidence of the “Texas Miracle”

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