Royal 38, a new shareable plates restaurant coming to the Katy Trail announced it will open its doors spring 2016 at 3403 N. Fitzhugh. The new concept will combine unforgettable dining, with cocktail and wine pairing experiences all foodies will appreciate. With its idyllic venue on the Katy Trail, Royal 38 will be a great spot for dates and celebrations alike.
The menu will feature sharable plates such as Braised Veal Cheeks with fried polenta cake and veal reduction, and Salt & Pepper Chicken Skins with chili, peanuts, Thai vinaigrette and lime. Chef-driven entrees will include Blue Crab Fettuccine with cherry tomatoes, basil, roasted red pepper, corn, bacon and pecorino Romano and Steak Frites with truffle herb fries. The 38 Burger with Muenster cheese and bacon jam, and Grilled Cheese on Texas toast with Muenster, provolone and American cheeses, Granny Smith apple and thick-cut bacon, provide elevated takes on American classics. Additionally, Royal 38 will feature four Chef’s Toasts served daily with delectable toppings, such as Brie, onion jam and apple, all served on thick cut, grilled sourdough. All menu items will be available for dinner and late night dining. Continue reading
by Steven Doyle
As the temperatures drop this weekend our need for soup rises and we have a few suggestions, a few you may not have been familiar with. We did a similar list last Winter, so check that out as well.
Enjoy our list as much as the soup! Continue reading
In the early 1920’s few people knew what a hamburger was. This is when Doug Prince discovered the hamburger for himself at the State Fair of Texas and decided to make it his life. He opened a small little “drive in” on Lemmon Avenue in Dallas. A virtual one man show. He would come out to the car, take your order, return to the kitchen, prepare the food and deliver it back out to the car.
In 1932 he took a trip to Houston and decided that it was there that he would build his empire. He purchased a small Weber’s Root Beer stand on Main Street and quickly changed the Houston restaurant scene for years to come. Continue reading
The Gino’s East’s expansion across Texas is on schedule with five locations expected opening this yea. Dallas opens officially Thursday, November 19 at 2pm. ATX Brands Founder and CEO Doug Guller is bringing all the Chicago pizzeria’s signature dishes to the Texas locations, along with menu items created with a Texas spin. Guller, an Austin resident, owns the rights to all Texas locations of Gino’s East as well as venues such as Parish, Historic Scoot Inn, Güller Hall, and Schroeder Hall, among many other properties.
“Gino’s East is an icon in the Chicago pizza scene and we’re excited to bring the classic deep dish style to Texas,” says Guller. “As soon as I tasted Gino’s East, I knew it was a concept that would work great here. I am so excited that this is a dream that turned into a reality.” Continue reading
Texas Ale Project announced that their ales are now available in cans and sold at local retail outlets. The canning effort is three months ahead of schedule and will initially offer two of the Dallas brewery’s best-selling beers.
Texas Ale Project launched Fire Ant Funeral Amber Ale and 50 FT Jackrabbit IPA, both in cans. The canned beers are available for purchase in Dallas, Tarrant, Collin, and Denton counties through local retailers including Corner Stop, Goody Goody, Kroger, Market Street, Lakewood Medallion, Parkit Market, Payless Convenience (located across from the brewery), PK’s, Po-Go’s, Sigels Specs, Total Wine,Whole Foods and more. Check their website for drink for a map of locations. Continue reading
by Mike Marrero
Tired of the noise and traffic in Uptown? Maybe you should move.
Here is my list of areas to live 10-15 minutes away from Downtown Dallas.
Neighborhoods that “Get It” Continue reading
by Steven Doyle
Meat Fight is upon us, and it would seem every decent barbecue Generalísimo will be either working or judging the event this Sunday. You know you didn’t get a ticket, we didn’t either. Our fingers are just not fast enough to score a ticket as they sell out extremely fast. Regardless, it is a fantastic event that started as a small backyard brouhaha to raise a few bucks for National MS Society by the Observer James Beard award winning writer and Cheap Bastard, Alice Laussade. The event has raised $170,ooo since its grass roots inception for this cause. What makes Meat Fight even better is that 100% of funds raised goes to the MS research to eradicate the disease.
We know you are kicking yourself for not securing a ticket in a timely manner. Who wants to miss out on all that meatiness? We have some resolve for you. We have a list of what to do if you didn’t score a Meat Fight ticket. Continue reading