The owner of Meddlesome Moth, the beer den in the Dallas Design District, posted a photo of Facebook CEO and Co-founder Mark Zuckerberg dining at his establishment. You know what they say: Facebook pic or it didn't happen.
Looks like it did:
Zuckerberg spent his Martin Luther King Jr. day in Oak Cliff, a neighborhood in Dallas, planting a garden. He posted photos on Facebook with kids from the School for the Talented and Gifted, a magnet college preparatory school in Dallas.
Next, he met with the Dallas Police Department to talk about how social media has changed their jobs, the billionaire entrepreneur wrote on Facebook. "The officers had good ideas for how we can help them connect with their communities to keep people safe, and I'll be taking a lot of them back to our teams," he wrote.
On Tuesday, Zuckerberg is speaking in a Dallas courtroom -- his first time testifying in court, our Biz reporter Melissa Repko notes. She's inside the courtroom Tweeting about the intellectual property lawsuit Zuckerberg is involved in; follow along here.
The Meddlesome Moth, where Zuckerberg was spotted eating, is a popular, pub-like restaurant with a huge selection of craft beers. It's a relatively dark restaurant, with corners that feel like you could have your own quiet conversation. Come to think of it, it's a perfect spot for a celebrity to attempt to enjoy a meal without being noticed.
Protip: If you find yourself at the Moth anytime soon, restaurant critic Leslie Brenner says the chicken skin chips "are one of greatest bar snacks in the universe."