Terry Black’s Means Texas

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With roots hailing from Texas BBQ mecca, Lockhart, Texas, Terry Black’s has this amazing history in smoked meats which scream Texas.

We had the fortune to speak to the Black twins recently, giving us some insight into what is being served in the fairly new 10,000 square feet digs located in Deep Ellum, in the heart of Dallas. Twin pitmaster brothers Mark and Micheal Black were all but happy to chat to Crave on the cusp of the Covid-19 scare, but were calming to the end that they are carefully monitoring and sanitizing, and following all local ordinances. This also includes pick-up, curbside and store delivery. Continue reading

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Kate Weiser Will Save Your Easter With Chocolate

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Kate Weiser produces beautiful chocolates year-round, but Easter is a special time for her talents to shine. Known for her intricately hand-painted bonbons, candy bars and seasonal goodies, Weiser has cooked up a batch of new products that will be the highlight of everyone’s Easter basket this year.

The new treats include bunnies, multiple-size eggs, special bonbons and even a chocolate “carrot.” Each item is available at Trinity Groves for Curbside pickup as well as online and at Central Market. Be sure to secure your favorites. Continue reading

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Sum Dang Good Chinese Opening in Trinity

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In the wake of the coronavirus crisis, restaurants all over DFW—and the country—have been forced to quickly pivot their business models or close down completely. So now is an unusual time to open a new restaurant. And yet… Trinity Groves is ready to unveil Sum Dang Good Chinese, the new restaurant that has taken over the old Chino space. It will debut on Wednesday, April 1 with its full menu of food and drinks available for curbside pickup (call 469-638-8930) and delivery via Uber Eats, Grubhub, Favor, Caviar, DoorDash and Postmates. Continue reading

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Asian Mint Launches Chef Mint from Home “Meal Kit” Program

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Asian Mint’s owner/chef, Nikky Phinyawatana has launched Chef Mint from Home, a meal kit program that comes with pre-measured, fresh ingredients and easy-to-follow recipe cards to make four meals for two people. These kits allow you to bring the Asian Mint experience to you in the comfort of your home. The inaugural kit includes Vegetable Dumplings, Pad Thai, Tom Yum Soup and Jasmine Rice and is available for $58.
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A Note To Our Readers

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Readers:

We have maintained CraveDFW for quite a few years now, and have enjoyed serving the Dallas restaurant community on a small budget. We have written thousands of articles with millions of views. Many of the articles I have written myself, but we have encouraged the community to publish articles as well. We particularly love it when a chef, a bartender, a winemaker or another expert shares their expertise, and we have actively promoted those articles. Continue reading

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Company Cafe is the New Thunderdome!

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Company Cafe is still serving clean comfort food on lower Greenville. They are offering 25% off all takeout orders with $5 Mimosas, Bloody Marys, and Margaritas for two. Prepped Heat and Eat Meals for 3-4ppl for $33.  Since the bread isles are empty, their gluten free baked goods are still available for pickup for 25%off. Find their new hours:  6am-2pm Mon-Thursday, 6am-9pm Friday and Saturday and 6am-5pm Sunday 

Brunch is Lunch… with Eggs and Booze!

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Dallasites Step Up to the Plate to Help Restaurants & Children In Need

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Alex Perry and Alexis Smith have been devastated by the spread of COVID-19, novel coronavirus, across the country. Not only was the couple concerned for the wellbeing of their friends in the local restaurant industry, but also for the wellbeing of the children who benefit from local charities, like the Dallas Children’s Advocacy Center. Amidst closures of restaurants, bars, movie theaters and entertainment venues in the city of Dallas, many of the city’s largest fundraisers for charitable organizations have had to be cancelled as well.  Continue reading

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