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Baboush Hosts An Oak Cliff Cellars Wine Dinner

by Steven Doyle We have the line on a pretty exciting Oak Cliff Cellars wine dinner that will be held at Baboush in Uptown, located just across from the West Village. Owner Yaser Khalaf invites you to make you reservations … Continue reading

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An Update On Oak Cliff Cellars

by Andrew Chalk We have talked about Oak Cliff Cellars before. Recall that this St. Helena, California, winery is owned by Jim and Maria Richardson, who live in Oak Cliff. That explains the name. All of the wines have California … Continue reading

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High-End Cabernet Sauvignon Tasting at Pappas Bros. and Oak Cliff Cellars Tasting Next Week

by Andrew Chalk Two wine tastings next week are Crave Recommended. Going chronologically: Oak Cliff Cellars and Chef Joel Harloff pair up at Bridge Bistro on Wednesday January 8th at 6:30pm for a 4-course dinner plus customer update on upcoming … Continue reading

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Promise of Peace Garden Dinner This Sunday

The Promise of Peace Garden is raising money to fund a new program where youth on probation in Dallas County will receive 12 weeks of unique training in life skills, career pathways and garden to table culinary experiences. Dinner will … Continue reading

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Oak Cliff Cellars Dinner at Baboush

by Steven Doyle Oak Cliff Cellars and Baboush are joining forces tomorrow for a beautiful wine dinner. Call 214.599.0707 for a reservation. The dinner begins at 7pm June 4, 2013. Below we list the menu which is wine paired at … Continue reading

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Dali Remembered Dinner This Week At Bridge Bistro

by Steven Doyle Kay Agnew, Chef Joel Harloff, and Oak Cliff Cellar’s JR Richardson are hosting a “Dali Remembered” wine dinner at Bridge Bistro Wednesday July 17, 2013. Dali was the wonderful wine bistro located in One Arts Plaza where … Continue reading

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