by Andrew Chalk
On Friday evening, January 24, Pappas Bros. Steakhouse will host its Château Angélus Wine Dinner. Widely known as Saint-Émilion’s leading wine, this label holds one of the longest histories of the appellation, reaching across eight generations of the De Boüard de Laforest family. With a silky, rich and robust style, Château Angélus captures the essence of the family’s passion for wine. In 2012, the estate earned the status of Premier Grand Cru Classe A. Only 24 guests will share in this exclusive dinner experience. Continue reading
On Friday, January 24th the Wine Poste will continue its special food and wine tasting events with Chef TJ and his Wood-Fired Mobile Oven. Chef TJ will prepare personal pies for everyone in attendance, while the Wine Poste pours samples of four different red wines, all noted for their high acclaim and extreme value. Continue reading
Sundown at Granada is celebrating their 2nd anniversary with “Kale and Ale”. Monday, January 13th – Thursday, January 16th, Sundown at Granada is offering ½ price off any salad and all bottled beers for $1.
ABOUT SUNDOWN AT GRANADA - Executive Chef Patrick Stark explains, “ The foundation of our beliefs here at Sundown is to be transparent about what we feed our guests. We strive for the freshest, healthiest, non-GMO and organic ingredients while also delivering a stellar tasting dish.” Chef Stark and his team buy as much as possible from small producing American farmers and artisans who also carry the same belief system including, but not limited to purveyors such as Cold Springs CSA, Pure Land Organics, Amelia’s Farms, Growers Organic, Full Quiver Farms, Chisholm Trail Beef, Brazos Valley Cheese.
Sundown at Granada, a lower Greenville Avenue neighborhood restaurant and beer garden, is the creation of Mike Schoder and Julia Garton, owners & operators of the historic Granada Theater, and is strategically located next door to the live music venue. The restaurant includes a double-decker patio and a selection of 60+ beers and specialty cocktails that complement the 70% organic/99% non-GMO chef-driven menu. Free live music is available every night from 11:00 p.m. – 2:00 a.m.
Sundown at Granada
3520 Greenville Avenue
Dallas, Texas 75206
Hours of operation:
Kitchen Hours: Mon-Fri: 5:00PM- 1:00AM, Sat-Sun: 11:00AM-1:00AM
by Andrew Chalk
It is ironic that a series whose attraction is it’s exploitation of the ‘cleavages within the English class system’ should produce a wine that is so existentially flat-chested. This the first time that I can remember a film or TV series co-branding with a wine rather than, say, ‘Downton Abbey Happy Meal’ at McDonald’s, or the like. Unfortunately, the monetarily incentivised producers have chosen a simple uninteresting industrial level red wine, the 2012 Downton Abbey ‘Claret’ Bordeaux as their go-to-market proposition. The white equivalent, 2012 Downton Abbey Blanc, Bordeaux is even worse, except that you can chill it to conceal its flaws.
The red smells of green pepper. The positive there is that it does, at least, contain Cabernet Sauvignon, one of Bordeaux’s signature varietals. The coop, or other industrial producer, that made it, just did not let the grapes get ripe. Quelle domage. Failed winemaking 101. In the mouth, the message is linear, one-dimensional, simplicity. Insipid fruit, and a short finish. Continue reading
Cohn Drennan Contemporary opens the 2013-2014 season with new works of art from gallery artists Michael Blair and Angel Fernandez. Michael Blair’s new series of paintings is inspired by some small experimental paint sketches from the last year. His work continues its commitment to innovating and revisiting modes of abstraction by absorbing his surroundings, taking mental Continue reading
by Travis Baugh
Someone has stolen Bart Simpson’s Butterfinger! On the long road from New York to Los Angeles, the Butterfinger Truck has stopped to ask America, “Who done it?” The event kicked off last Friday outside the 7 Eleven Corporate Office in the Arts District. Everyone had a Continue reading