The Best Thai family is opening their 7th restaurant location in the Lake Highlands area of Dallas and it boasts the largest Thai buffet in Texas, a private dining area and a small Thai gift shop. Best Thai Diner officially opens on Saturday, November 29, 2014 on Small Business Saturday. 9170 Lyndon B. Johnson Freeway, Dallas.
Since 1996, the Best Thai family has served Thai food in the Dallas-Ft. Worth and the Best Thai Diner will be their way to provide a more diverse selection of Thai cuisines. Best Thai Diner will open for lunch and dinner with more than 25 Thai items on the buffet spread that will serve authentic cuisines represented from all four regions of Thailand. All noodles and soups will be made to order at the buffet line to ensure the freshest and best quality of food. Continue reading
by Steven Doyle
The rumors that have been flying around about Village Baking Company opening a second retail store on Greenville Avenue are true. Today it was announced that the beautiful bakery owned by Clint Cooper will take over the space at 1921 Greenville, which is just a nod on the same side of the street as Trader Joes. That location was formerly occupied by Pipedream, a tobacco and vape shop.
Look for some of the loveliest baked goods, including Cooper’s specialty Pain au Levain and the flakiest croissant in Dallas. Clint Cooper has been baking his breads using only natural and organic ingredients such as unbleached flour, ground wheat, whole grains, filtered water, and sea salt – and absolutely no chemicals or preservatives. All of Village Baking’s Artisan breads are baked in small batches on hearth deck ovens giving our bread the distinctive goodness and golden crust that is its signature. Continue reading
by Steven Doyle
For those sitting in wait for Pecan Lodge 2.0 to open in Deep Ellum, set your clocks for 7pm May 23rd. This is when the public will be able to sample the amazing brisket, sausages, ribs (both pork and beef) along with all the other fantastic things that has made the BBQ joint so legendary. The new digs are spectacular, and befit the vision that owners Diane and Justin Fourton have been furiously developing for the past year.
With news of the opening, and a preview for friends and media, there were some terrific announcements made last night. The first is that Pecan Lodge will now be selling growlers of beer. And to top off the brew news Four Corners Brewing Company came up with a new beer in their line up called The Boss Lady, which is named after Diane Fourton. The new beer, called Rustic Red, is actually a spin off of the brewing company’s American amber, Red Roja, that has been dry hopped for a special piquant flavoring backed with notes of stone fruit and citrus. Continue reading
by Steven Doyle
Brooke Humphries, owner of Barcadia, Beauty Bar and Mudsmith just announced there will be at least two more Mudsmith locations. Look for downtown Dallas first , with another slated for Frisco. Humphries tells us that the new location will be on Elm Street and will be two levels with a mezzanine, and a co-working space. More information as we gather. Continue reading
by Mark Demming
When business partners Kenny Bowers, Bob Stegall and Mike Hutchinson opened his Kenny’s Burger Joint in Frisco five years ago, they brought together the relaxed nature of the nation’s best burger houses with spectacular full service, great bar and more. The restaurant has become a regional favorite, drawing guests who enjoy the signature wood-grilled burgers, ample sides and amazing sandwiches. Bowers and his partners have now announced plans to open a second Kenny’s Burger Joint in Plano’s LakeSide Market.
Bowers opened his first Plano restaurant, Kenny’s Smoke House, in the Shops of Legacy a year ago. The new Kenny’s Burger Joint is scheduled for an August 2014 opening. Continue reading
by Travis Baugh
The Alligator Café is one of the best Cajun food restaurants in Dallas and the only place I know of to get good gator. Well now they’re coming to Deep Ellum. The original Alligator Café closed and moved to Casa Linda nearly two years ago. Far away fans of the Café will be pleased to know that they will now have a choice of locations very soon. The new location is in the Rosemont’s old spot next to Rudolph’s meat market, one of the Café’s purveyors, at 2912 Elm. Continue reading
by Steven Doyle
For all my dive loving friends, I have some terrific news for you. The Seafood Shack on Webbs Chapel, just north of Forest Lane in Dallas has long been a spot to be in a crowd of Hispanic seafood lovers and to sample some pretty terrific dishes at a bargain rate. Seafood Shack has been known for their quarter oyster Tuesday (since been marked up to thirty cents), and daily specials that are true miserly treats. Do not fear the cheap oysters, they stay so busy they blast through these babies very, very quickly. In the world of oysters, that’s a good thing Continue reading