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Snuffer’s Reopens On Lower Greenville

IMG_3556.640x480Snuffer’s New Bacon-Guacamole Burger

by Andrew Chalk

Some restaurants cease being restaurants and transform into institutions. Snuffer’s, established in 1978 (that’s a year after the release of the Apple II, and concurrent with some pretty gruesome hair styles) has as much of a case as anywhere in Dallas to have made that transition.

Last weekend, the original Lower Greenville Avenue spot reopened, complete with a brand new menu which is… the brand old menu! Cheddar fries and sloppy burgers are the core as always and regulars piled in for the opening weekend at which I was a media guest.   Continue reading

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Palapas Seafood Bar Opening On Greenville Ave

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More restaurant activity going on Greenville Avenue. This time it is south of Ross Avenue and brought to us by furniture store operator, Tim Goza and will be cheffed up by Luis Medina. You might remember Medina from Komali. The name of the new restaurant that will soon open at 1418 Greenville Avenue near Bryan Street is called Palapas Seafood Bar. A palapa is a grass or tiki-style hut with open sides and a thatched roof.  Continue reading

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The Truck Yard Speaks Up About Valet Parking, Cheese Steaks and Zip Lines

truck yardby Steven Doyle

After a wonderful afternoon with a handful of friends at The Truck Yard last night, I was inspired to rant about a few changes that have taken place. A few hours later I receive a response from the head Truck Yard guru himself, Jason Boso. You may also know Boso as the owner of Twisted Root. My rant included four issues that I have been thinking about after a few recent visits, and don’t get me wrong, I love Truck Yard.    Continue reading

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Blind Butcher To Serve Food Starting Feb 6

SONY DSCby Steven Doyle   photos by Joy Zhang

I have been eagerly awaiting the full-on opening of Blind Butcher on Lowest Greenville for some time now. The smallish bar located in the newly revitalized section of Greenville that brings us such illustrious offerings as the Truck Yard, Trader Joes, Nora, Dude Sweet Chocolate and HG Sply, Blind Butcher will be offering something unique for the area. Actually, unique for Dallas and is highly anticipated. From the fellows that brought us the over-the-top brew and burger bar, Goodfriend, Matt Tobin and Josh Yingling have joined forces with Oliver Sitrin, Ryan Chaney and Tony Bricker to bring us an interesting bar serving some tasty brews and cocktails, with the addition of a fine dining element without all the trappings of white table cloth wrapped tables and persnickety sommeliers.    Continue reading

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Four Shuck and Jive Greenville Break-Ins Total Over $20k in Losses, You Can Help

oyster1by Steven Doyle

Shuck and Jive is a really cool local hang out. I have personally made my way there many times over the years and always have a good meal, a very cold beer and a “Cheers” type of an afternoon each time with spirited conversation with the bartenders and patrons alike.

There are times when we must pay back for our good fortune and great times, and today I am calling for just such an occasion. In the last month Shuck and Jive on Greenville has been burglarized four times. Four times with a total loss of over $20,000. That is a huge poke in the eye for a small restaurant like Shuck and Jive.      Continue reading

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HG Sply Co Open For Lunch Daily

hg2by Steven Doyle

I recently did a First Look at HG Sply Company, and since then have been back many, many times. I have found myself in the unique Greenville Ave. restaurant not only for the food, but also the cocktails or beer. The restaurant itself is billed as a paleo restaurant, which is basically things hunted and gathered. But had you not known about that portion of the concept you might not give the menu a second thought, other than the fact it is sincerely well crafted food.    Continue reading

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