Moviehouse & Eatery, a premier movie and entertainment destination, will officially open for business on November 7th, 2014. Located at 250 Rufe Snow Drive in Keller, Moviehouse & Eatery is part of Keller Town Center with Keller Independent School District Natatorium and The City of Keller City Hall. The opening brings a new dine-in movie experience to Tarrant County, offering residents of the area the perfect cinema-going experience for a unique date, family night out, or anything in between. Continue reading
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White Rock Local Market in partnership with the Vickery Meadow Improvement District and Half Price Books launches Vickery Meadow Local Market Sunday, September 21 at the NW corner of Half Price Books flagship store on Northwest Highway. Dallas’ newest local farmer’s market will set up every Sunday from 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. through December 14.
Vickery Meadow Local Market will bring healthy foods as well as arts and crafts while developing new opportunities for urban and rural producers. White Rock Local Market, VMID and other organizations will work together to create a market that reflects the rich cultural diversity of the neighborhood.
“We are looking forward to the new Vickery Meadow Local Market and our partnership with the Vickery Meadow Improvement District as well as Half Price Books,” says Sarah Perry, Director of White Rock Local Market and affiliates. “Farmer’s markets inherently nurture a community through social interactions while providing small businesses the opportunity to grow – which is in line with the mission of the VMID.” Continue reading
Join Christopher Kimball for a behind-the-scenes tour of America’s Test Kitchen Wednesday, October 29th at The Majestic Theater at 7:30PM. Find out the secrets of recipe testing and how we rate equipment, perform taste tests, and investigate the science of cooking. Participants also get a private tour of how they film their two public television shows. You’ll witness some of their most embarrassing TV moments, from the Yule log disaster to the smoking TODAY show segment that almost summoned the fire department.
Tickets (starting at $35.00 plus applicable service fees) go on sale Friday, August 22nd at 10AM at the Ticketmaster website, or call 800-754-3000. A limited number of VIP tickets ($75.00 plus applicable service fees) are available that include a post-show meet and greet and a signed copy of America’s Test Kitchen New Family Cookbook. Continue reading
There is nothing quite as delicious as that perennial bar snack, the chicken wing. The tiny blasts of tender flavor can be jooked up in all sorts of seasoning and impart whatever imaginative smack the cook wishes to present. However, the sad state of affairs with this particular chicken part is that in recent years the wing has been relegated to frozen pre-cooked and pre-flavored masses of disappointment. There are, however, several terrific places in Dallas to find the chicken wing in its natural glory, made fresh and from scratch and coated with as much imagination as the bird can stand. Enter WingBucket.
Owned by Nhat Ngo who is a second generation restaurant owner, and is personally on his fourth attempt at creating something successful. As the saying should go (at least in Ngo’s case) fourth time a charm. Ngo comes from a family who specialized in pho, and has restaurants across DFW. What his family did for noodles Ngo wishes to do for chicken. Continue reading
One of our favorite seafood restaurants and markets started in their tiny digs at Preston and Forest back in 1989, and founded by Tom Haden and Jim Kearnen (thus the T and the J). The pair retired ten years later making way for the new owners, Pete & Caren Alexis who appreciated the shop since its inception. The family promised to maintain its values and excellence in quality and service. In 2009, Jon Alexis took over as the “third generation” owner of TJ’s Seafood Market. Continue reading
Dallas diners and drinkers will soon have a new oasis on McKinney Avenue. Set to open in October, Henry’s Majestic will quench your thirst and satiate your appetite in a comfortable setting where great ideas will be forged, enemies will become friends, bonds will be strengthened and memories will be made. Guests will experience an elevated yet approachable menu of small and large plate offerings featuring charcuterie from Meat Parlour. Two large bars will provide patrons with a comfortable place to enjoy an array of elixirs, an eclectic wine list or beers from near and far served from 24 taps in an approachable environment. Continue reading