by Steven Doyle
Tacopalooza? Sure, why not. This event is brought to Dallas by the good folks that pulled off Mods versus Rockers in Dallas last weekend, David Marett, and craveDFW’s own TacoBot glam girl Daniel Leahy. The event will feature tacos from across the Dallas taco plains, replete with taco eating contests, bands, PBR and much talk about tacos.
The event takes place Saturday, May 5, 2012 at Bryan Street Tavern, the place for good tacos, PBR and bands, and begins at 1pm. The event culminates later in the evening with the taco judgment and ends at 7pm.
You won’t want to miss this one.
by Danielle Leahy photos by Jacque Manaugh
Hi, I’m the new Dallas, have we met?
Often bemoaned as a big name city with only small town fun, Dallas has long been considered a cultural wasteland of chain restaurants and pg rated community theater. Lacking in large scale public transportation, arts projects, or community involvement, for many of Dallas young professionals and up coming adults, a night on the town was usually limited to the current bar rotation on the fickle five hundred’s short list. Families trying to arrange weekend visits of public attractions could find little supporting infrastructure or options to make a drive into the city worth it for a family of four. Continue reading
by Steven Doyle photos by Robert Bostick
Planning the latest Dallas Bus Tour was a blast. Previous editions included tours that explored Tacos, Pizza, Burgers, and even vegan food in Dallas. The trick behind a successful tour I am finding is not to over think the process. Load up 25 adults onto a bus full of beer, wine and cocktails and point them in any direction and they will have fun.
Such is the case for the latest tour which explored dive bars of Dallas. Now here might be the rub for some, what exactly is a dive bar? I have my definition, you have yours. However, for the first tour exploring almost only alcohol I wanted to play it safe. No stabbings, no arrests, no crying. Continue reading
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by Steven Doyle
The Sunday before Labor Day is officially International Bacon Day. We all really get a kick out of these reasons to celebrate, no matter how coerced they may be, but bacon has every right to be a true holiday that should be replete with Hallmark loving, gift exchanges, party hats, the day off from work and much ballyhoo. All businesses should close with the exception of IHOP and Waffle House where bacon runs amok.
In honor of Bacon Day we bring you five bacony ideas that will help you celebrate the holiday with a crunch. Continue reading
by Ina Bostick
Crave had the opportunity to speak with Damon Crow last night. He is better known around Dallas as DC, as in DC’s Café which was named best Soul Food in the Dallas Observer 2 years in a row. We joined him for his Soul Food Throw Down he held at Lee Harvey’s. Serving to a sell-out crowd, the Throwdown offered all-you-can-eat ribs, Cajun catfish sliders, brisket sliders, fried, & grilled pork chops, mac & cheese, black eyed peas, collard greens, candied yams, homemade biscuits, and pound cake…need we say more? Continue reading
Luna’s Brookhollow just announced it’s opening day as April 8th for it’s full service restaurant, located next door to Luna’s Tortillas. They will be serving home style Mexican food.
Raise a glass to Komali, as Abraham Salum’s Bartender Leann Berry Continue reading