A new feature that will be regularly produced by Erica Guajardo, our new arts editor, will list out gallery openings and shows for the DFW area each week. If you have something you wish to add to her listing, feel free to drop her a note at firstname.lastname@example.org and she will include your event. Continue reading
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There have been rumblings at the old Elbow Room as they make final preparations to re-open their doors. I can almost smell that incredible pizza and the slurpy good drinks as I envision my butt sitting on the covered portion of the back patio. You might recall we reported the closure back in early December. Continue reading
A new feature that will be regularly produced by Erica Guajardo, our new arts editor, will list out gallery openings and shows for the DFW area each week. If you have something you wish to add to her listing, feel free to drop us a note and she will include your event. Continue reading
Chiladas Fresh Mex Grill is a new fast casual Tex Mex restaurant that will open its doors this Thursday in Plano at 6145 Windhaven Parkway. The restaurant promises a house-made menu made with fresh ingredients. Look for an assortment of tacos, enchiladas, salads and more. Continue reading
You may not have heard of the Village Baking Company, but they have been quietly been baking their artisan-style breads for the past eight years in the Dallas area. 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
MAX’s Wine Dive makes its debut today with doors opening promptly at 4pm. This is the legendary restaurant that is known for their Kobe beef hot dog, fried chicken and Dom Perignon by the glass. It’s the bad boy of the neighborhood, inspired by the best dive bars in Texas, but with a wicked twist. We checked out the restaurant last night during one of the preview events, and certainly were not disappointed.
The atmosphere is fairly typical with few exceptions. The restaurant features a large kitchen that is as wide as the bar and very open so you can view the action as your Veal Sweet Bread Pot Pie or Chicken Fried Brussel Sprouts are being concocted by chef Patrick Russell, formerly of Craft Dallas. Both of those dishes are crazy good. What is unexpected are the walls stuffed high and wide with glassware and bottles upon bottles of wine. It is interesting to note that chef Russell served us our last meal at Craft and our first at MAX’s. Continue reading