Starting this Sunday, Sept. 8, and continuing every Sunday, Pakpao Thai will be offering a “Suki Sundays” menu. “Thai Suki” is a variant of hot pot, a communal meal where diners swirl raw meat, seafood, noodles, and vegetables via chopsticks in a pot of broth, cooking it to their desired temperature, and dipping their selections into a spicy “sukiyaki” sauce before eating. Once your selections have been eaten, leftover broth can be combined with rice or mung bean noodle, and the resulting soup is your finishing meal. Continue reading
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Cohn Drennan Contemporary will close the 2012-2013 season with Summer Camp, a group exhibition of select gallery artists. Works will be on view from artists Cande Aguilar (Brownsville), John Brown (Washington, DC), Richard Dana (Washington, DC), Frank Hallum Day (Washington, DC), Jesus De La Rosa (Kingsville), Jerome Deppe (Baltimore, MD), Margaret Evangeline (New York, NY), Angel Fernandez (Ft. Worth), Janis Goodman (Washington, DC), Tim Harding (Ft. Worth), Jim Harrison (Washington, DC), Lucy Kirkman (Dallas), Bonny Leibowitz (Dallas), Susan Perkins (Dallas), Jorge Puron (San Antonio), Lanny Quarles (Dallas), Kit Reisch (Dallas), Winter Rusiloski (Ft. Worth), Benjamin Terry (Denton) and Margaret Withers (Brooklyn, NY). Continue reading
Meattropolis. A city made entirely of meat and other foods cast in plastic by the Queen of Meattropolis, Ayrton Chapman.
“I built Meattropolis, a city far ahead of its time, out of plastic cast food items to create a large installation. Its buildings and parks are all sculpted by me out of the various foods I find, cook, and cast,” said Chapman. Continue reading
Another press release successfully delivered by our steam-powered press release machine. We publish this one because the price is a bargain. The (assistant) winemaker is there, and tastings with the winemaker present are always more instructive.
What: On Wednesday, July 10th the Wine Poste will continue its special tasting events with A.P. VIN, the California-based makers of delicious single vineyard Pinot Noirs. Joining us will be Assistant Winemaker Charlie Miller, who will lead attendees in the tasting of several limited release 2010 and 2011 vintages. Continue reading
A new bowling alley/ restaurant opened in the Design District. Bowlounge is located at 167 Turtle Creek Blvd, giving you an additional reason to frequent that burgeoning side of Dallas. The new business has been in the works for quite some time now, but has finally come to fruition. The restaurant portion of the bowling alley is not complete, so it is just bowling and booze for now.
Unlike counterparts popping up in Dallas, Bowlounge is considered a ‘retro blue collar’ hangout. Continue reading
The Wine Poste is making a name for itself quickly in Dallas. The Design District wine outlet is now offering dinners hosted by chefs from around the city, and are still looking for more talent for future endeavors. On June 3, 2013 Omar Flores from Oak Cliff’s Driftwood will be throwing down a 5-course wine paired dinner starting at 7pm.
We have the menu listed below, and there are still a few seats remaining. The dinner is limited to 24 guests, so you will want to check out the website to secure your seats. Tickets are $125 each and include wines.
Here is a peek at the menu: Continue reading