by Steven Doyle
Nora Restaurant and Bar has been busier than ever and for very good reason. The place in phenomenal. Now the owners are busy building a cool rooftop bar and a party room next door. The empire expands, and good things happen to those that strive for incredible quality.
If you are an avid reader of craveDFW, you remember Nora as being a fairly new addition to Lowest Greenville Avenue. They are located within feet of where the new Trader Joes is being built. This is hot real estate, to be sure. Continue reading
by Jennifer Thomas photos by Joy Zhang
HG Sply Co., located at 2008 Greenville Ave in Dallas, will open to the public on Tuesday, May 21st. HG Sply Co, created by Elias Pope and his partners Gus Antos, Mark Zahem, Neville Govender, is a neighborhood grill and bar that was influenced by the “back to basics” philosophy of the Paleo diet. “It’s simple,” explains owner Elias Pope, “80% fresh, flavorful food that fuels your day and 20% indulgent ‘cheat day’ food for days that you want to splurge.”
All menu items are natural and/or organic and local when possible, but always from small producing American ranchers. The chicken is from Windy Meadows (Campbell, Texas), the eggs are from Vital Farms (Austin, Texas); several of the meats are from Local Yocal (McKinney, Texas) or Broken Arrow Ranch (Ingram, Texas) with vegetables and fruits coming from a number of local farmers including Amelia Farms (Bells, Texas) and more. A specially made 8-seed bread will be delivered fresh daily from Esmeralda’s Bakery in North Dallas. Continue reading
by Steven Doyle
The Londoner Pub, a traditional British pub with several locations around the metroplex, will celebrate this year’s annual Greenville Avenue St. Paddy’s Day Parade with a huge bash featuring tents, live music, and an exclusive VIP Rooftop Party for serious partygoers. The Londoner’s VIP Rooftop Party – sponsored by Tullamore Dew, Guinness, and Miller and Coors – is offering a select number of guests an exclusive experience high above the debauchery with a party of their own. Continue reading
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by Nicholas Bostick photos by Robert Bostick
As far as Dallas-area bars are concerned The Londoner is a decided staple, and with a brand new location on the Lower Greenville strip its legacy is cemented. This past Saturday night the bar was filled with the sound of Beatles cover band A Hard Day’s Night and cheers from spectators watching sports on big screen T.V.’s scattered about the place. Succulent Scottish eggs and other pub fare where delivered by the coconscious staff and bar expected at any of the five locations the Londoner has around Dallas. Continue reading
by Steven Doyle photos by Joy Zhang
Last month we extolled the virtues of our very favorite fast food restaurant, Start. Using healthy, real and local ingredients, Start is a perfect choice for anyone on the go. The fast walk up and drive through experience makes this an incredible selection for all meals throughout the day. Today we were sent the official word that brunch service is in full swing. Continue reading
by Steven Doyle
The Londoner Pub, a traditional British pub with several locations around the Metroplex, will celebrate its new home on Greenville Avenue with a launch party Saturday, February 23. Themed a “British Invasion” the event will embrace and share all things British. Partygoers will enjoy live music by A Hard Night’s Day – a Beatle’s tribute band; English signature cocktails, craft English beer, and pub fare.
The Londoner Pub has been the go-to venue for soccer matches; craft beer and English fare since Barry Tate opened his first Dallas pub in 1990. Mr. Tate’s newest location in Dallas has settled in the historic Greenville Bar and Grill location originally established in 1933. Continue reading