The People’s Last Stand recently rolled out a new menu featuring only a handful of their former favorites. Dishes such as baked truffle mac and short rib nachos can be credited to People’s new head chef Ben Leath. Hailing from The Cedars Social, by way of Spoon Bar and Kitchen, Leath brings a fresh take on the tiny kitchen at the craft cocktail bar in Mockingbird Station. Continue reading
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Nora Restaurant and Bar has been busier than ever and for very good reason. The place in phenomenal. Now the owners are busy building a cool rooftop bar and a party room next door. The empire expands, and good things happen to those that strive for incredible quality.
If you are an avid reader of craveDFW, you remember Nora as being a fairly new addition to Lowest Greenville Avenue. They are located within feet of where the new Trader Joes is being built. This is hot real estate, to be sure. Continue reading
Chef John Tesar will debut lunch and brunch service at his four-star seafood restaurant in Dallas’ Preston Center, Spoon Bar & Kitchen, on Sunday, May 12th. Kicking off with a special Mother’s Day brunch menu, Spoon will open for weekday lunch and Sunday brunch. Earlier this week Tesar opened his doors at noon for a special media tasting, and we have some good news: Spoon is just as good during the day as it is in the evening.
For brunch, expect to see dishes that highlighting fresh, sustainable seafood such as smoked salmon and caviar omelet, soft shell crab BLT, and orange dusted lobster and olive oil-poached artichokes. The lineup will also include some non-fish dishes such as eggs royal, steak and eggs, and hazelnut brioche French toast with Irish bacon and Vermont maple syrup. Continue reading
Acme F&B released their wunderkind chef Norman Grimm as they begin to re-concept the brand into a more casual beer-centric bar with food. I confirmed the news with Brooke Humphries this morning and she said that she wanted to get back to her roots and do what they do best.
The space will indeed be a beer garden. “We have 36 taps, a great patio,” Humphries wrote to us, “we will have good food with a lower price point. I’m not a sea bass person, I am more a Waygu burger bacon jam and redneck cheddar or flatbread kinda bar person, ya know?” Continue reading
We learned this weekend that the Fort Worth version of Patrizio shuttered after being locked out by the landlord. Owner Ed Bailey was in the midst of renegotiating the lease when they received word Saturday that the building had been locked up for non-payment of rent.
The Fort Worth store was located at 2932 Crockett Street. This closure does not affect any other Patrizio locations.
*Update: The Fort Worth location is back in business.