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Celebrate Wine Poste 1 Year Anniversary With Graham Dodds And Matt Ford

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On Thursday, June 26th the Wine Poste is celebrating its 1 year anniversary with a Locally Sourced Pig-Centric Dinner and French Wine Pairing Event. SWINE & WINE will be hosted at the Wine Poste and will feature two of the top farm-to-table Chefs in Dallas:  Chef Graham Dodds of Hibiscus and Chef Matt Ford of the Joule.

Each Chef embodies farm-to-table dining like few others in North Texas.  We are excited to be celebrating food, wine, and life at such a wonderful time of year.  There are so many delicious vegetables and fruits that are currently in season.  As always, the evening will begin with a Sparkling Wine reception at 7pm, followed by an elaborate five-course feast with wine pairings at the Wine Poste’s communal tables. Menu items include:   Continue reading

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Snap Kitchen Invades Dallas This Summer

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Austin-based Snap Kitchen – a major option in the fast healthy takeaway segment—announced today that four stores will debut soon in Dallas, providing a convenient option for delicious meals that fit within a healthy lifestyle. Opening late summer you will find  a healthy, fresh made meal at any time of the day without compromising on taste. The first two locations will open in mid-summer and are located at: Snider Plaza, 6601 Hillcrest Avenue, Suite 6601-E (across the street from SMU) and Uptown at 2222 McKinney Avenue, Suite 110 (across from the Crescent). The following two stores are slated for early fall and will be at: Preston Royal Village (6025 Royal Lane, Suite 314-B) and then another in Uptown at Fitzhugh and Central Expressway.   Continue reading

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III Forks Hosting Wine Down Wednesdays

wine_pour-fullby Jennifer Thomas

Wine lovers will rejoice at the fantastic wine tasting opportunities each week at III Forks in Dallas.  Every Wednesday from 5-7 p.m., the legendary steakhouse hosts Wine Down Wednesdays.  For $15 per person, guests will sample six wines selected by the Wine Director at III Forks and paired with hand-passed hors d’oeuvres created by Executive Chef Chris Vogeli.    Continue reading

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LYFE Kitchen Opening Three Locations In Dallas Area

LYFE-Kitchen-10-1-131by Jennifer Thomas

This summer, Dallas residents will be introduced to a unique dining experience that breaks conventions when it comes to delicious food that is good for you. LYFE Kitchen – opening in Plano (June 13), Preston Center (June 27) and West Village (July 25) – will be the perfect restaurant destination for the busy work crowd and area families who seek great tasting food that is also nutritious, convenient and affordable.

“The LYFE Kitchen mission is to ensure you Love Your Food Everyday, so we are constantly challenging ourselves to create recipes that get people excited about eating well,” said Art Smith, Executive Chef of LYFE Kitchen. “I would describe our menu as ‘guilt free indulgence’ because everything on it is as delicious, familiar and fun as it is good for you.”   Continue reading


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East Hampton Sandwich Co. Opening In Fort Worth

East Hampton - FW Sketchby Jennifer Thomas

East Hampton Sandwich Co. will be expanding to Fort Worth in August of 2014. Twenty-six year old CEO – Hunter Pond – and the Post Venture team (parent company for East Hampton Sandwich Co.) have signed a lease at 1605 S. University – in the WestBend mixed-use development. The new 2,130 square foot site marks the third location for this growing company.    Continue reading

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Margarita Meltdown May 25th *WIN TWO FREE TICKETS

margaritadog-thumb-250x375by Jennifer Thomas

Celebrity trainer, Jillian Michaels, recently said Dallas should stop drinking so many margaritas. She might as well tell us to stop breathing.

Originally just tequila and lime juice, the margarita dates back to 1924 and didn’t make its way to the United States until Cointreau introduced it in 1962. Dallasites have been making up for lost time ever since. Whether it’s the tried and true margarita, or a newly concocted variation, we’re inviting the best margaritologists to compete to find the best margarita in Dallas at the fourth annual Dallas Margarita Meltdown.    Continue reading


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