by Steven Doyle
Primebar has been calling my name ever since I checked out their brunch last month. The modern Ale House offers 40 taps including plenty of local brews. The sales monkey at Deep Ellum Brewsky’s needs to call on these guys for sure.
The menu is diverse and includes small plates such as deviled eggs and BBQ chicken flatbread to entrees that include items such as horseradish-crusted salmon, beer-battered fish and chips, pork tacos and the fried egg burger. Eggs on anything is super hot right now and for a good reason. Continue reading
by Steven Doyle
A graduate of California Culinary Academy in San Francisco, chef Dan Landsberg first moved to Dallas in 1996 when we was sent to open Fog City Diner, the stand-out building where Truluck’s now operates from. From Fog City Landsberg had a stint at Toscana where he worked with several other local chefs including Gilbert Garza (now owner of Suze) and David Holben (now corporate executive chef with the Del Frisco brand).
Several moves later including a run as executive chef at Stephan Pyles and the man responsible for revamping Tillman’s Roadhouse, Landsberg is using his vast imagination at ZaZa’s Dragonfly. There Landsberg has a creative outlet that flourishes and changes with each season. Continue reading
by Crave Staff
Houston-based performance and installation artist Daniel-Kayne has an exhibition coming to Dallas this Saturday! In celebration of Earth Day, The McKinney Avenue Contemporary Art Space is pleased to present three new exhibitions featuring the works of Daniel-Kayne, Billy Hassell and Carol Selter. An opening reception with the artists will be held Saturday, April 14, 2012 from 5:30pm to 7:30pm at The MAC galleries, located at 3120 McKinney Avenue, in the Uptown District of Dallas. Exhibitions will be on view through May 19, 2012. Continue reading
by Jayne M. Chobot
There was a pub crawl, and there was a birthday boy and there was a street called McKinney in a neighborhood called Uptown. It was the end of the world… and I was dancing with Sally Bowles and we were both asleep…
To the two people who got that reference: Facebook me because we will be the best of friends. Translation: I wore my new cowboy boots, spent most of the day drinking domestic beer, I rode a mechanical bull, and we ended up… well, you guess.
What more is there to say, really? For all participants it was a blast. For a new Texan it was quite the experience. That I wasn’t bundled in three layers with snow boots spending my Saturday afternoon at a Laundromat in Queens was a plus. Continue reading
by Katie Minchew
As the famous lyrics from Queen’s “I Want to Ride My Bicycle” play in my head, I recall this past sunny day Saturday when I strolled the West Village streets looking for the promised flash mob of bicyclers. I was sorely disappointed at its absence but quickly charmed back to my jolly mood after chatting with the two head bikers from Dallas Cycle Style, sisters Tracy and Amanda Popken. Continue reading
by Steven Doyle
We spoke with David Anthony Temple, otherwise known as Chef DAT this weekend and he informed craveDFW that he was leaving the Mason Bar which just opened weeks ago. He stated that there were several factors in his decision.
First, the bar is planning on serving good food, but with lesser focus. DAT said the menu will still be exceptional.
Second, DAT said he was losing focus on his own brand which includes his restaurant plans that he set on the back burner to open Mason. The young chef will be offering his signature underground dinners once again, and will also be working with a group of chefs from Hawaii for two months.
As for the Mason Bar, DAT’s last day is February 29, 2012. Chef de cuisine Cable Smith will soon accept another position locally. For those that missed out on DAT’s food at Mason, it was spectacular and we will continue to follow this rising chef.