by Steven Doyle
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
by Andrew Chalk
WinePoste.com, a Design District Internet wine seller and wine event space has teamed up with Scardello Cheese to do monthly wine and cheese tasting classes. It’s a powerful combination. One of best cheese merchants in town paired with a quality wine merchant (while WinePoste is brand new, its principals have over 30 man-years in the wine business). This week I was fortunate to be a guest at the first event, Tuscany Wine and Cheese Pairing. Continue reading
by Steven Doyle
Look for a new bowling alley to open in the next six weeks in the Design District. Bowlounge will be 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 it is all coming to fruition. Continue reading
by Steven Doyle
Have you heard about The Wine Poste? If not, you will be seeing more information on the new venue located in the ever growing Design District flying from every direction soon, I am sure. The Wine Poste is a new twist on retail and online wine sales. The store is housed in a 4,500 square foot warehouse and was designed with comfort in mind. In addition to providing a well-curated selection of wine for sale, the Wine Poste features three distinct event spaces available for wine tastings, dinner parties, corporate events and more. Continue reading
by Angela Hopkins
Just at the four month mark, this two year concept in the making hit Dallas Café lovers, with a new twist on a traditional love. Ascension Coffee is more than coffee.
We asked our Barista, and who would have known the owner was standing next to her, “what would you recommend, this is our first time?” With a popular vote from the best sales to the best ingredients I warmed my hands on the Chai Latte with Almond Milk and my sidekick entertained the Quartado. We were told the Almond Milk is soon to be made in house. They also carry moo moo milk as I call it, and soy. Both were to our liking, so after 30 minutes we ordered another round. Continue reading
by Erica Guajardo
Laura Rathe Fine Art: Roy James: “Duality”
On Saturday, April 6th, the galleries on Dragon Street open their doors once again to show Dallas what is trending in the art world. Although we tend to walk the shows with knowledge of what galleries specialize in what type of art, last gallery walk we notice a new addition to the experience. Laura Rathe Fine Art is a space which dazzles in the horizon line because it features a gallery space that is two stories.
Opening their second exhibition this weekend to highlight the works of Roi James, which depicts meditative abstract paintings and wood wall sculptures, surrendering the artist thoughts and emotions. Allowing the artist to be hypnotized the viewer with movement within. Come visit the solo exhibition Roy James: “Duality”, located at 1130 Dragon Street from 6-9pm. Continue reading