by Travis Baugh
by Travis Baugh
CraveDFW loves you. This summer things will get a bit hectic, but keep your eye on your favorite website that provides you with rich information on the Dallas food scene. We will be integrating more activities in the DFW area in coming weeks, plus adding more interviews and fun new features with guest writers and staffers. Plus we just added a few new interns for you to meet that have a fresh perspective on what to do in Dallas. Continue reading
I spent the better part of this week shadowing the Milagro Tequila ambassador as he made his way around our village, spreading the good word about tequila and the upcoming Margarita Meltdown which we both are sponsors. JP de Loera is an affable fellow who was probably born for this position, but in our Q&A we ask how one becomes ambassador. In our notes I was to ask him about diplomatic immunity, but through the fog of many margaritas we failed to ask that important question.
We did witness the good ambassador offer to buy a group of elderly women shots of tequila. The Oak Cliff Business Women’s Club was more than pleased to oblige his valiant offer. Although JP acknowledged that shooting good tequila was probably not the best use of his product, it was fun none the less. And isn’t that what it is all about? Continue reading
There are plenty of fun activities for just about everyone this weekend and we encourage you to take advantage of the fun min the sun. We have a short list of a few nifty events.
Dallas City Arts Festival This annual festival is free and located at the State Fairgrounds. There are plenty of activities for the whole family including a children’s activity area, chef and cocktail demos, live music and much more. Stroll through the art vendors tents and pick up something new and peruse the many food booths for something to chew. Free movie tonight on the lawn near the Fair’s entrance.
Homegrown Fest 2012 is an annual event that continues to feature the best bands & artists from the big state of Texas. It all takes place at Main Street Garden Park in downtown Dallas on Saturday, May 26th 2012. This event is pet friendly and all kids under 10 get in free. No coolers, but in-and-out is allowed so you can roll around downtown for a few brews and bites and come back for your favorite band. Continue reading
by Steven Doyle
Moments ago it was announced that local food humorist Alice Laussade, known best for her outrageous Cheap Bastard column at the Dallas Observer was nominated for the most prestigious James Beard Foundation Book, Broadcast & Journalism Award in the category of humor. The particular story that won Continue reading