Join award-winning Chef Scott Gottlich and 2014 James Beard Foundation Semifinalist, Chef Todd Ginsberg Saturday, July 18, 2015 at The Second Floor for a collaborative, farm-inspired dinner with wine pairings from Cakebread Cellars. The five-course dinner will include produce, dairy and more that has been sourced from local purveyors, including: Vital Farms,Lemley’s Farms, Fretwell Farms, Side Peas Farm, Phennel Farm and On Pure Ground Dairy. Continue reading
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Certainly best known for the amazing cocktails, Proof and Pantry also has this fantastic dining menu that is power packed with large plates that are ideal for sharing. From the massive Strube Farm Long Bone Ribeye that is suggested to feed three or four adults, to the Whole Fish that will easily satisfy a couple, the menu is a fun read for those looking for something a bit out of the mundane. Continue reading
Summer in Dallas is about to get a lot more hoppy Oak Highlands Brewery (OHB) – Lake Highlands’ first craft brewery – set to celebrate its grand opening July 18 with a public event from 12 p.m. to 9 p.m. Oak Highlands Brewery is a production brewery and taproom in the Lake Highlands area.
Lake Highlands’ neighborhood production brewery and taproom has been several years in the making by local dads Brad Mall and Derrin Williams. Along with their families and their OHB team, they are proud to extend an invitation to the public to join them on July 18th at 10484 Brockwood in Dallas. Tickets to the OHB Grand Opening, $16.82 in advance and $20 at the door, are available for immediate purchase. A limited number of tickets will be sold for this event – tickets are not guaranteed to be available at the door. Continue reading
The latest hot spot to open on Henderson Avenue is Eberhard, an interesting bar that is fused with a night club and a restaurant. The name Eberhard is an interesting one, and an homage to Eberhard Anheuser.
Anheuser was a German American soap and candle maker, as well as the father-in-law of Adolphus Busch, the founder of the Anheuser-Busch Company.He was a major creditor of the Bavarian Brewery Company, a struggling brewery founded in 1853. Eberhard Anheuser eventually became president and CEO and changed the company name to the Eberhard Anheuser and Company. His daughter Lilly married Adolphus Busch, a brewery supply salesman, in a double wedding with Anna Anheuser (Lilly’s older sister) and Ulrich Busch (Adolphus’ brother) in 1861. The company became Anheuser-Busch in 1879. Continue reading
Matchbox will make its Texas debut in Preston Hollow Village with an 8,250 sq. ft. dining space and a large outdoor patio. With upward of 350 seats, the restaurant will feature a vibrant, yet comfortable atmosphere where guests can expect refined, casual food. Warm tones, exposed brick and wood accented interiors will bring high-energy to the spacious restaurant. Positioned as Dallas’ up and coming address, Matchbox will accompany a mix of restaurants, salons and high-end fitness studios in the 42-acre development. Continue reading
Rapscallion will open for dinner on Tuesday, July 7th which is the newest collaboration between partners chef Nathan Tate, Bradley Anderson and Brooks Anderson. Located at 2023 Greenville Avenue, the group aims to bring a true neighborhood bistro to the bustling Lowest Greenville Entertainment District. With the same commitment to flavor and friendly, welcoming service as its elder sibling Boulevardier, Rapscallion will offer a menu heavily influenced by Tate’s upbringing on a multi-generational, still-operating family farm in Rockwall, Texas. Continue reading
Let me ask you a seemingly simple question: Why do we follow the rules? They tell us it’s a trade off. We give up the freedom to drive wherever we want at any speed. We gain the security of knowing that a car won’t plow into us at an intersection.
But what happens when following the rules offers no such safety? What happens when we do as we’re told, but we don’t get the safety we’re promised?
That, my friends, is the time for revolution. Continue reading