In the early 1920’s few people knew what a hamburger was. This is when Doug Prince discovered the hamburger for himself at the State Fair of Texas and decided to make it his life. He opened a small little “drive in” on Lemmon Avenue in Dallas. A virtual one man show. He would come out to the car, take your order, return to the kitchen, prepare the food and deliver it back out to the car.
In 1932 he took a trip to Houston and decided that it was there that he would build his empire. He purchased a small Weber’s Root Beer stand on Main Street and quickly changed the Houston restaurant scene for years to come. Continue reading
Blue Mesa is best known for their New Mexican style of cuisine. Plenty of green chiles and rich sauces. Besides their fantastic and over-the-top brunch, Blue Mesa guests enjoy the Adobe Pie. This special dome of corn masa filled with chicken and roasted chiles is a satisfying meal unto itself.
This might not be something you wish to tackle at home, but in case you want a go at it, we found the recipe. Continue reading
by Steven Doyle
Dallas may not be known as the sushi capitol of the world, but be there no doubt we love the stuff. Seriously, we enjoy sushi and there are growing options. One of those new options includes a growing chain of restaurants, Blue Sushi Sake Grill located in the Preston Hollow complex on Walnut Hill and Central Expressway. As many may note we do not typically entertain chains and prefer local options due to the lack of quality control among a few other notions, but Blue Sushi Sake Grill tears down this wall by hiring well and insisting on the freshest ingredients. Continue reading
RENT 20th ANNIVERSARY TOUR, Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award-winning musical, is pleased to announce a lottery ticket policy for the 20th Anniversary Tour, which makes its first stop in Dallas on Tuesday, September 20, 2016 at the Winspear Opera House in the Dallas Arts District and plays a limited two-week engagement through Sunday, October 2, 2016.
In Dallas, the production will conduct a pre-show lottery at the AT&T Performing Arts Center Box Office, 2403 Flora Street, making a limited number of tickets available at $24 apiece for each performance. Continue reading
Filed under Crave, Winspear
by Steven Doyle
Mia Enriquez is one happy gal and she makes what most consider the best brisket tacos in Dallas at her namesake restaurant, Mia’s Tex Mex located on Lemmon Avenue in Dallas. What she also makes is one hell of a great brisket enchilada. When visiting Dallas most tourists make a beeline to Mia’s and join the locals as we sup on amazing Tex-Mex.
Other crave favorites include pinto bean soup, tamales, and beef chile rellenos. The rellenos are particularly delicious and top as some of our very favorite in the Dallas area. Continue reading
Since opening in 2007, Greenville Avenue Pizza Company has worked hard to establish itself in Dallas— persevering through a recession, riding out neighborhood development and even changing its business model to embrace delivery. The little pizza shop’s drive has paid off, as Fortune magazine has just named GAPCo one of this year’s 100 fastest-growing inner city companies, as ranked by the Initiative for a Competitive Inner City.
With an impressive five-year growth rate of 324%, GAPCo earned the #34 spot in the ranking. And they’re not done yet, as the company is opening a second location soon and hopes to open several more in the next few years. Continue reading
The Dallas Mavericks are hosting an open practice, free and open to the public, at American Airlines Center with the entire 2016-2017 team on Wednesday, September 28th. The event will also feature Mavs Entertainment by the Dallas Mavericks Dancers, ManiAACs, Drumline, Street Team, Champ and Mavs Man. Continue reading